Analyzing the Nets’ Offensive Woes Previously, I deconstructed Kenny Atkinson’s offensive system and influences in his first season as the Brooklyn Nets’ head coach. When it’s run successfully, it’s a system that gets everyone involved and works for open looks from the perimeter and easy buckets at the rim. The Atlanta Hawks, under Mike Budenholzer, have […]
Bleacher Report ranks Kenny Atkinson 27th best head coach in NBA With training camp right around the corner, basketball coverage has officially ramped up and, unfortunately, much of the Brooklyn Nets’ roster is in flux currently, asking more questions than it has answers. Will Rondae Hollis-Jefferson make the sophomore year leap? Is Brook Lopez ready […]
Fantasy Basketball is all about outsmarting your opponents, and much of that is done through grabbing the unfound star in free agency. Here’s our best way to do that in Week 21. Note: All OWN%’s come from ESPN Fantasy Leagues. Point Guard: NYK- Alexey Shved (16.1%) It seems like every day a Knicks player is […]
Hello Brooklyn! After the All-Star break interrupted an eight-game road trip, the Nets (24-33) will begin a five-game home stand tonight against the Golden State Warriors (46-11). It’s their first game at Barclays Center since the 92-88 win over the Knicks on February 6, and the 24 days between home games marks the longest stretch […]
With the Brooklyn Nets boasting a 4-2 record against feeble competition two weeks ago, Joe Johnson was fed up.
Former Brooklyn Nets coach coach Jason Kidd, now with the Milwaukee Bucks, talks about his departure from Brooklyn with Bill Reiter of Fox Sports, denying reports that he sought a power play in Brooklyn and denying that the big contracts of Derek Fisher and Steve Kerr played a factor in the decision. “The biggest thing […]
New coach Steve Kerr has no shortage of weapons in Golden State.
The Nets have given head coach Jason Kidd permission to speak to the Milwaukee Bucks to be the head of their basketball operations after a failed power play to take over the team’s basketball operations, according to a report by Tim Bontemps of the New York Post. No, really, read that sentence again. Do it. […]
On June 9, 2013, the Brooklyn Nets formally announced the hiring of coach Jason Kidd, the former New Jersey Nets legend who had retired from the NBA less than ten days earlier. The contract was reportedly for four years and $10.5 million, with three years and $7.5 million guaranteed. Fast-forward 361 days, and multiple outlets […]
Jerry Stackhouse is many things — NBA All-Star, scoring champ, former Brooklyn Nets guard, entrepreneur, basketball analyst in Detroit, Ophiotaurus. But there’s another title Stackhouse is looking to add to the list: