Marks Madness: Understanding The Nets’ Draft Pick Position March Madness is here! The NCAA’s most profitable (for some) venture has already seen first round action. Brackets have been busted and stocks have and will rise. (Except for Lonzo Ball.) Back in the NBA, teams are gearing for playoff runs and the inevitable the-Warriors-are-in-trouble takes are […]
Can the Nets get back in the win column in Portland?
Game preview for the Brooklyn Nets’ showdown between them and the Utah Jazz — can they go for two in a row?
Trevor Booker, power forward 2015-2016: 20.7 MPG, 5.9 PPG, .490 FG%, 5.7 RPG, 1.1 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.5 BPG, 1.0 TOV, 79 G Who is Trevor Booker? Trevor Booker is a 6’8 power forward that functions as a more souped-up version of Reggie Evans and he immediately joins the Brooklyn Nets as one of the […]
Opponent: Utah Jazz Location: Vivint Smart Home Arena (Salt Lake City) Time: 9:30 PM EDT Watch: YES Network, Fox Sports GO app Playing their first game without Joe Johnson since the franchise moved to Brooklyn, the Nets (16-42) came out guns blazing in Phoenix Thursday night, winning 116-106 over the Suns. Bojan Bogdanovic, starting his […]
Second home game in a 4-game set.
TBG goes around the horn to predict the NBA season.
Can Sergey Karasev sneak into the Nets rotation?
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez and forward Thaddeus Young will replace Mason Plumlee and Alan Anderson in the Nets starting lineup Sunday against the Utah Jazz. The move switches Joe Johnson from the “power forward” spot to the “small forward” spot against the Jazz, who start the 6’10” Derrick Favors and 7’2″ Rudy Gobert. Lopez […]
The Nets (25-35) are dragging. After a blowout loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday, the team put forth a feeble effort Friday night against the Phoenix Suns; despite numerous turnovers and poor shooting throughout, the Nets were still in prime position to win the game, up 91-76 with 5:45 remaining in the game. But […]
The Rising Stars Challenge, which used to pit rookies against sophomores, now pits a mixture of the two in a U.S.A. vs. World format. Plumlee, who also played on the U.S. Men’s National Basketball Team this summer, will represent America, while the Croatian-born Bogdanovic will play for the world squad.
The Brooklyn Nets (18-25) ran into a buzz saw at the Staples Center Thursday night, in the form of the Los Angeles Clippers: On a national TV broadcast, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan and the rest of “Lob City” embarrassed the Nets propelled by 70 first-half points en route to a 123-84 demolition. […]