Nets Of the Round Table: Next Generation, Bucks, 2012

Obviously, this is a New Jersey Nets blog, however, the NAS crew absolutely love the NBA in general. So, every week, Sebastian, Mark, Devin, and myself will answer questions regarding the L. 1) Other than Kevin Durant, name three players that will be a part of the next generation of NBA superstars. Sebastian: Of course, […]

Who Would You Trade For Carmelo Anthony (Part IV: Derrick Favors)

With the Nets constantly being mentioned by the mainstream sports media as a potential landing spot for Carmelo Anthony, the NAS squad is going to take a look over at some of the players who would likely be included in a deal for the All-Star SF. Note: Earlier this week, we at NAS incorrectly referred […]

Thoughts on the Game: Not As Close as it Looked for Nets

AP Photo/Alonzo Adams Daily Thunder – Welcome to Loud City – Hoopdata Box Scores – NBA basketball can be funny sometimes. Immediately after Wednesday’s 9-point loss to the Dallas Mavericks, I bemoaned the fact that the Nets had played a relatively good game that they deserved to win. Two days later, the Nets got thoroughly […]

Thoughts on the Game: Nets are good for 30 Minutes, Sleepwalk to the Finish

Daily Thunder,  Welcome to Loud City, Devin Harris Interview After about 30 minutes of basketball between the Nets and the Thunder last night, I was in a good mood. The Nets were playing hard and sticking with another team that’s better than them (and with two wins, who’s not better than the Nets right now?), […]

Game 31 Preview Vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

Before we start talking about tonight’s game, I wanted to talk about something I found pretty interesting in Dave D’s pregame post: Let us descend into the Ugly Archives this glorious afternoon. Through 30 games, the Nets’ scoring differential is a minus-11.2. The last team to post a double digit point differential were the 99 […]

Bloggers Talk: Oklahoma City Thunder

Next up in Bloggers Talk is Royce Young, from the fantastic Thunder TrueHoop site, Daily Thunder, which is so cool, they even have their own t-shirts (we need to get some of these on Nets Are Scorching, right folks?). NAS: Give Nets fans a reason to be optimistic. The Thunder were a young/inexperienced team last […]

Nets Should Look To Thunder for Ray of Light

A young franchise, with up and coming players and a star to build around struggled for the first two months of the season, only winning two of their first 24 games. Your 2009-10 New Jersey Nets? Yes. But also your 2008-09 Oklahoma City Thunder. Tonight’s game at the Izod Center should be an interesting matchup […]

Breaking Down The Schedule (Part 2 of 4)

Part 1 It’s back, a day late, but it is back.  Last week, I broke down each of the first 20 games in the Nets’ schedule and determined that they would be 6-14.  In this week’s segment, I am going to look at the Nets’ next 22 games to bring us to the halfway point: