Markel Brown, Joe Johnson to start for Nets vs. Grizzlies

Brooklyn Nets forward Joe Johnson will start against the Memphis Grizzlies Saturday night after the team listed him as questionable with a bruised right hand. Johnson bruised the hand Friday night against the San Antonio Spurs, and iced the hand on the bench at the end of the game. Markel Brown will also return to […]

Nets seek first win in Memphis


It was all well and good for the Nets (0-2) after one half of play, but things sure got away from them quickly last night. After building a 47-41 halftime lead over the San Antonio Spurs (1-1), the Nets ran into a wall marred by missed shots, poor rebounding, and shoddy defense, leading to an […]

The Morning After: Nets Downed By Superior Spurs

Kawhi Leonard (right) & the Spurs were just too much for Thaddeus Young & the Nets. (AP)

Good morning Russell! A brief note: we’ll only have The Morning After following some games, depending on the nature of the game. Some games will deserve it, others will require different forms of coverage. No matter what, the goal is quality, and that’s for you, Russ. Here’s everything you need to know about Nets-Spurs: What […]

Jarrett Jack (hamstring) PROBABLE vs. Spurs

Jarrett Jack, who missed four straight practices with a sore left hamstring heading into the season, returned to Nets practice on Thursday and has been listed as probable to play against the San Antonio Spurs tonight. Jack told reporters at Nets shootaround in San Antonio that he’d play tonight: Jarrett Jack says he'll play tonight […]

NBA Predictions: MVP, DPOY, Finals Picks, & More


TBG goes around the horn to predict the NBA season.

Brooklyn Nets 2015-2016 Season Preview: How Bad Is It Here?


The Brooklyn Game’s Official Season Outlook & Prediction For the 2015-16 Brooklyn Nets.

Former Nets assistant GM talks Jason Kidd, Nets trades & non-trades, NBA free agency


Former Nets assistant general manager Bobby Marks discussed his rise from the New Jersey Nets public relations department into an assistant GM role, some of his old Nets stories, and the NBA at large on the Dunc’d On Podcast with Nate Duncan late Thursday. Marks has enjoyed a bit of a rise on social media […]

Around the ‘Nets: What’s Next With Offseason Winding Down?

The Nets' Summer League time is over. (AP)

First and foremost: apologies for the lack of updates in the last week. The Brooklyn Game has been in the midst of some off-site stuff. We’ll try to get you caught up today. Here’s what’s happened in the last week or so around the ‘Nets: Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov, who has flirted with selling […]

Nets waive Cory Jefferson

Cory Jefferson

The Brooklyn Nets waived forward Cory Jefferson, the team announced today. The team drafted the 24-year-old Jefferson 60th overall in the 2014 NBA Draft, purchasing the pick from the San Antonio Spurs. He played in 50 games (one start), averaging 3.7 points and 2.9 rebounds in 10.6 minutes per game. He was set to earn […]

Here’s who we know is playing for the Nets in Summer League (so far)

Cliff Alexander will play with the Nets in Summer League. (AP)

The Brooklyn Nets will play in both Las Vegas and Orlando for Summer League, marking the first time they’ve played in Las Vegas in the summer in over a decade. Here’s a quick primer on the players we know are joining them, culled from various reports and sources. For more, check out this spreadsheet of […]

“Expected titles” in Nets history? Think again


On May 13, 1976, Julius Erving led the New York Nets to a 112-106 Game 6 win over the Denver Nuggets, clinching the second Nets ABA championship in three years. It marked not only a title win for the Nets franchise, but the final game in the ABA’s weird history and the last time Erving […]

Should the Nets start Jarrett Jack over Deron Williams?

How uninspiring play from Deron Williams (left) could open the door for Brooklyn’s backup point guard.

A year ago, with a sense that the series was slipping away, Jason Kidd made a bold decision and replaced Shaun Livingston with Alan Anderson in the starting lineup. That move changed the complexion of the series against Toronto. Heading into a pivotal Game 3, perhaps it’s time for Lionel Hollins to make a bold […]