John Wall, Paul Pierce, and Bradley Beal are ready to make noise in the East.
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The Brooklyn Nets lost a close game to the Washington Wizards last night, despite shooting better from the field. They lost because gave up 19 offensive rebounds, which led to 14 more shot attempts and 23 second-chance points. The Nets recognized a lot of “back-taps” — rebounds that were tapped out by Marcin Gortat to […]
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Control. That’s a word that came up multiple times at the podium in the Ortsbo Interview room at Barclays Center, a word that means so much in NBA games. The Nets didn’t exhibit any control over the game in their 113-107 loss over the Washington Wizards, and the combination of missed assignments […]
The Brooklyn Nets are in Washington tonight to take on the Washington Wizards, who have lost three of their first four games. The Wizards are led by John Wall, but have a solid overall starting five, boasting sophomore Bradley Beal and veterans Trevor Ariza, Nene, and Marcin Gortat. The Nets and Wizards are historically intertwined […]
The good folks over at ESPN TrueHoop Washington Wizards blog Truth About It asked me a few questions about the state of the Brooklyn Nets, and how they match up with the Wizards. A snippet of our conversation: T.A.I.: The Nets are 2-2. From where I’m sitting, that looks pretty, pretty good. But I imagine […]
Warm-Ups Wizards starting Wall, Temple, Martin, Book and Okafor tonight. Nets have Watson, Brooks, Blatche, Wallace and Humphries going at the tip. — Bullets Forever (@BulletsForever) April 15, 2013 NETS GAME. Time to see my scrubs light it up — ACY$T (@KeeganCarl) April 15, 2013 PJ is resting the big 3 tonight. For once I […]
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With just two games left until the regular season closes, the 47-33 Brooklyn Nets will likely rest their best players en route to the playoffs, but our contest plugs on: another chance to extend your streak in “The BK Game Streak,” where you can build a streak predicting how well the Nets will do in […]
Brooklyn Nets center and semi-revelation Andray Blatche will be a free agent this offseason, but according to various reports from this week, his determining factor for his next (or remaining with his current) destination won’t be money: he’s making that from Washington, and is even willing to accept less to make them pay more.