The Brooklyn Nets have traded second-year forward Tornike Shengelia for Chicago Bulls guard Marquis Teague, the team officially announced today. He will not be with the team for their game against the Orlando Magic due to travel issues. Teague will wear #12 for Brooklyn. The trade was first reported over the weekend, but couldn’t be […]
After a two-day stint in Springfield with the team’s D-League affiliate Springfield Armor, Tornike Shengelia and Tyshawn Taylor have been recalled by the Brooklyn Nets, the team announced today. The team sent down Shengelia and Taylor Saturday to get them some playing time in the Armor’s Sunday afternoon game against the Maine Red Claws. The […]
The Brooklyn Nets are in Philadelphia tonight to take on the Philadelphia 76ers in the third game of the #WeTalkinBoutPreseason tour, and seven of the team’s players (six guaranteed) will sit out. Deron Williams, Paul Pierce, Jason Terry, Andrei Kirilenko, Tyshawn Taylor, Tornike Shengelia, and Jorge Gutierrez will all sit for the Nets tonight. Pierce […]
Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams was limited in the team’s first official practice today because of his right ankle injury. Williams sustained the injury working out at his home in Utah last month. Williams aims to come back “definitely” within the next couple of weeks and plans to play in every preseason game, but that […]
Tornike Shengelia will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair a damaged meniscus in his left knee, Billy King announced today through an emailed press release. That is all we know so far and there will be updates on his situation as we get them.
Brooklyn Nets rookie Tornike Shengelia hasn’t gotten much playing time this season — prior to Monday night’s game, the 54th overall pick from Georgia only played 67 minutes the entire season, doing little of consequence in his time on the floor. But with four starters and two bench players resting, Shengelia got his biggest minutes […]
In game 81, with four of five starters, Role Star Hip Hop Keith Bogans, and immortal skeleton Jerry Stackhouse all sitting out with various “ailments,” The Brooklyn Nets still pulled out a 106-101 victory over the Washington Wizards, thanks to the greatest, most absurd bench mob performance ever. Between a 20-10 game from Andray Blatche […]