Sean Marks: The First 367 Days

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

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

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

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?

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?

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: