Sean Marks: The First 367 Days

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Sean Marks: The First 367 Days Almost one year ago today — February 18th, 2016 — Sean Marks was hired as the Brooklyn Nets’ next general manager. With the Nets, Marks inherited a franchise with possibly the bleakest future in the entire NBA, suffering a draining of assets rarely seen in professional sports. With no […]

How Atkinson built a modern offense for the Brooklyn Nets, both for now and the future

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How Kenny Atkinson built a modern offense for the Brooklyn Nets, both for now and the future The Brooklyn Nets are in flux. By rebuilding, the Nets are not just signing new players and staff — the entire franchise is changing. The players, head coach, and general manager are the most noticeable changes, but the […]

Nets welcome lowly Sixers on Jewish Heritage Night

The menorah made of basketballs is back. (via Brooklyn Nets)

After getting blown out in two straight games over the weekend, the Nets (6-15) put together a bounce-back performance on Tuesday by beating the Houston Rockets 110-105 at Barclays Center. Brook Lopez led the Nets with 24 points, eight rebounds, and a season-high five blocks and Joe Johnson put forth one of his better games […]

Nets seek first win in Memphis

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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 […]

Nets-Hawks Playoff Preview: Do The Nets Have A Snowball’s Chance In Kyle Korver’s Shooting Hand?

The Nets are the underdogs against Al Horford & the Hawks. (AP)

After a regular season sweep, Lionel Hollins held no illusions. “I don’t think we have any advantages over the Hawks,” Hollins said of his eighth-seeded, 38-44 Brooklyn Nets on a conference call Thursday. “That’s why they’re 60-22 and that’s why we’re where we are.” Sunday afternoon kicks off the third straight year in the playoffs […]

Nets-Hawks Playoff Preview: Do The Nets Have A Snowball’s Chance In Kyle Korver’s Shooting Hand?

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After a regular season sweep, Lionel Hollins held no illusions. “I don’t think we have any advantages over the Hawks,” Hollins said of his eighth-seeded, 38-44 Brooklyn Nets on a conference call Thursday. “That’s why they’re 60-22 and that’s why we’re where we are.” Sunday afternoon kicks off the third straight year in the playoffs […]

Nets CEO Brett Yormark and GM Billy King Talk Brooklyn Move: “We Want To Own This City”

You heard the quote on sports radio already: “I want to own this City.” Yormark’s quote came as part of a panel this week: “Striving For Excellence: Building an Elite Sports Franchise and Team” that was featured in the Sport Business Summit by Leaders in Manhattan. The Bergen Record’s John Brennan recapped the panel that […]

Lionel Hollins: Kevin Garnett should be an All-Star

The pre-game questioning was over, but Lionel Hollins had one more thing to say: Kevin Garnett should be an All-Star. NBA commissioner Adam Silver had recently discussed potential expansions to the All-Star Game format, specifically expanding the rosters up from the NBA’s current model of 12. Hollins is in favor of the current model, which […]

Nets Tough Out Win Vs. Spurs

Good morning! The Nets beat the Spurs. Here’s how:

Nets Play Spurs In San Antonio. In Other Words, Nets Lose To Spurs

Good morning! The Nets played the Spurs last night. So here’s what happened: