ESPN: Hollins “is almost certainly out” as Nets coach this summer

The Brooklyn Nets now have the third-worst record (10-25) and third-worst net points per 100 possessions (-6.7) in the NBA. It’s safe to say that at this point, they’re the third-worst team in the NBA, ahead of the 76ers, who are pushing the once-finite limits of tankitude, and Lakers, who are torpedoing their way into […]

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Brooklyn Nets sign Donald Sloan

The Brooklyn Nets signed point guard Donald Sloan to a contract today, the team announced. Per team policy, details of the contract were not immediately known. Sloan, 27, is a young NBA journeyman, keeping up with the team’s offseason theme for their bench. After going undrafted in 2010 following four years at Texas A&M, Sloan […]

Report: Wizards sign Nets FA Alan Anderson

Alan Anderson, who’s played more minutes in a Brooklyn Nets uniform than any player not named Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, or Brook Lopez, is set to sign a deal with the Washington Wizards, according to David Aldridge of Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports that Anderson will make $4 million on a one-year contract, […]

Report: Nets gauging interest in Bojan Bogdanovic, want a PG to replace Deron Williams “down the road”

All week, we’ve heard rumors about the Nets shopping Mason Plumlee in order to move up in tonight’s draft, but now, according to ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk, they’re also seeing what Bojan Bogdanovic could land them. Just a few weeks ago, it looked like Bogdanovic would be one of the only Nets safe from trade rumors, […]

Bojan Bogdanovic Wins Rookie Of The Month Award

Brooklyn Nets guard Bojan Bogdanovic was named the Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for April, the NBA announced today. It was the first time Bogdanovic won the award and the first time a Nets rookie had earned Rookie of the Month honors since Terrence Williams in April 2010. Bogdanovic led all Eastern Conference rookies […]

It All Comes Down To This

In a season mired in the uncertainty of Brooklyn Nets trade talk, peaks and valleys, various injuries, and multiple accusations of selfishness following the hope that the Nets would implement a flex system, it seems fitting that the Nets’ fate would come down to the last day. If you’re not caught up on recent events, […]

Pacers Beat Wizards, Maintain Playoff Control Over Nets

If Paul Pierce truly hates the Nets, he left tonight’s loss with a smile on his face. Pierce’s Washington Wizards, locked into the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, fell to the Indiana Pacers in an ugly double-overtime game on TNT, 99-95. The win helps the Pacers maintain their control over the eighth seed […]

Paul Pierce rips Nets: situation in Brooklyn was “horrible,” calls team “vets who didn’t want to play and didn’t want to practice”

Two offseasons ago, the Nets acquired Paul Pierce with championship aspirations. But after an ugly split, Pierce hasn’t shied from expressing his distaste in how things turned out. Pierce hasn’t ever been known for holding things back. That’s why they call him “The Truth,” after all: he’s willing to speak his mind on any situation. […]

Nets loss bigger than the game itself

The Brooklyn Nets’ 113-86 loss to the Chicago Bulls was ugly for reasons that had little to do with the final disparity. The team entered the game tied for the eighth seed with the Indiana Pacers, holding the head-to-head tiebreaker should the two teams end with the same record. But the loss means the Nets […]

With playoffs on the mind, Nets face Kidd’s Bucks one last time

The Brooklyn Nets mean business. After jumping out to a 27-point lead in the first half, the Nets (37-42) withstood a mid-game surge by the Washington Wizards by scoring a season-high 42 fourth-quarter points en route to a 117-80 victory Friday night. The Nets racked up a season-high 38 points off turnovers and dished out […]