Can the rookie clamp down the former MVP?
The NBA season schedule is out, which means it’s time to mark your calendar for Nets nights. Here’s one crack at a top 10 list. The criteria, in no particular order: overall quality of opponent, interesting or fascinating players, returning Nets, scarcity of games (the Warriors coming once means more than the Cavaliers coming twice), […]
Barring the type of Grand & Unexpected Wild Offseason Move the team trademarked between 2011 and 2014, this year’s Brooklyn Nets roster is close to set. Thirteen players are on guaranteed contracts, with at least four more vying for the final two spots out of Nets training camp. The Nets don’t look primed to make […]
Can the Nets knock off the Hawks? Game 1 kicks off at 5:30 P.M. EDT Sunday. Full schedule here. 1) The Brooklyn Nets regular season was… Ryan Carbain: Illogical. A minus-232 point differential for the season, outscored by 3.1 points per possession, and yet this team had stretches of pretty brilliant basketball and made the […]
The zombie stagger towards the final three spots of the Eastern Conference playoffs is finally coming to a close in the next week, if only because the season ends in five days and SOMEONE has to earn those last three spots. If you’re a Nets fan or somehow find yourself otherwise invested in who gets […]
Rundown Start- General appreciations for Markel Brown’s sudden insertion into the lineup 16:45- Eastern Conference Tier Rankings and which of these four teams (Indiana, Charlotte, Detroit and Boston) should the Nets most be worried about overtaking the 8th seed 38:00- News around the League: Russell Westbrook’s Run, Derrick Rose vs. Deron Williams, and are players […]
We may finally have a conclusion to the Brook Lopez trade saga soon. The Brooklyn Nets are determined to trade Lopez and could strike a deal by the end of the upcoming weekend, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The teams finished negotiating Thursday without a deal, Wojnarowski added. The report […]
A report from ESPN.com yesterday suggested that the Brooklyn Nets were willing to part with their “Big 3,” in the hopes that they’d be able to remain competitive in the Eastern Conference while adding to their flexibility. We asked you guys for some trade ideas, and we got a lot of them, from good to […]