The Morning After: Nets 91, Hawks 86, Starring “Joe Jesus”

Three straight wins. No ties. (AP)

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Morning Tip: Nets still undefeated in 2014

Deron Williams, Gary Zielinski

Good morning, Nets fans. Thank you for your continued support of The Brooklyn Game. Buy an iPhone case in The Brooklyn Game Store to give to someone pretentious. Here’s some Nets news and notes from around the ‘net:

A Futile Effort: Pistons 103, Nets 99

Paul Pierce, Kyle Singler, Greg Monroe

What once appeared was to be another ho-hum blowout for an indifferent Brooklyn Nets team lacking the services of a key player turned into a furious comeback attempt that just couldn’t come through. Nets fans justifiably aching, clawing to assign definite blame in a close loss will point to Andray Blatche’s two missed free throws […]

Reggie Evans, On How To Grow A Beard Like Reggie Evans

Reggie Evans, On How To Grow A Beard Like Reggie Evans

In the beginning of September, Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans did the unthinkable: he shaved his legendary-in-Brooklyn beard off, sporting a clean chin unlike anything we’ve seen in Evans’s tenure with the Nets. Evans refused to tell anyone why he shaved his face-locks off, but promised to bring the beard back ASAP. Sure enough, within […]

Pensacola Giving Thanks for Reggie Evans

Fifteen hours after the Brooklyn Nets were blown out by the Minnesota Timberwolves, Nets power forward Reggie Evans was back in his hometown of Pensacola, FL, to spread a little holiday cheer to those in need. In the first Reggie Evans Foundation Turkey Giveaway, over 300 delicious meals were given out in forty-five minutes. “I just […]

Shorthanded loss a part of the process for struggling Nets

Joe Johnson

LOS ANGELES, C.A. -— No player, coach, or GM will ever tell you openly that a team’s priorities lie anywhere other than squarely on winning a game on any given night. Saturday the Brooklyn Nets tiptoed carefully along that line, bolstering the suspicion that they’re playing the long game: less concerned with nightly results and fixated […]