While most of America was reacting (or overreacting) to the “real” Gordon Hayward decision, or celebrating the day our Founding Fathers let freedom ring across the nation, the Brooklyn Nets finally dealt their first hand in free agency. It was heavily foreseen leading up to July, but on Tuesday night, the Nets and restricted free […]
After three days of not making any moves in free agency, the Brooklyn Nets have reached a deal with restricted free agent Otto Porter. The news was broken by The Vertical’s Shams Charania, who laid out the specifics of the offer sheet, worth $106 million over four years. RFA Otto Porter has reached agreement on a four-year, […]
Opponent: Memphis Grizzlies Location: Barclays Center Time: 7:30 PM EDT Watch: YES Network, Fox Sports GO app Thanks to an appearance by “Joe Jesus” on Monday night, the Nets (14-39) have a chance to end the “first half” of the season on a positive run going into the All-Star Break. Joe Johnson’s buzzer-beater would be […]
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 […]
The Brooklyn Nets and Memphis Grizzlies reportedly discussed a trade scenario that would send Joe Johnson to the Grizzlies, according to Marc Stein of ESPN: Story going online now: ESPN sources say Nets and Grizzlies recently discussed a Joe Johnson-to-Memphis trade — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) June 29, 2015 Sources say teams could not find workable […]
Mason Plumlee got off to a fast start in the first quarter. After a reverse dunk (!EELMULPNOSAM) and a breakaway steal ending in a two-handed slam, Plumlee made a quick spin-move that left Zach Randolph frozen and finished with a thunderous jam. Plumlee is shooting 68.9 percent in his last 18 games.
The road’s still challenging for the reeling Nets (16-22) as they welcome another Western Conference powerhouse in the Memphis Grizzlies (26-11) to Barclays Center.
The Brooklyn Nets might look to trade their “Big 3” of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, and Brook Lopez, according to a report from Marc Stein of ESPN. But what might that mean for the Nets? Here’s our top trade ideas — and yours. Top trade: Brooklyn Nets trade Deron Williams to Sacramento Kings for Derrick […]
The Brooklyn Nets are one of many NBA teams that have put a premium on motion this preseason, preaching a new flex offense based on constant player and ball movement to create open shots. But is it worth it? NBA.com’s John Schuhmann had a different take, studying the correlation between ball movement, player movement, and […]
A trimmer Marc Gasol holds down Memphis’s frontcourt.
Kevin Garnett hasn’t come off the bench in an NBA game since January 27th, 1996. He’s started in 1,482 consecutive games, including the playoffs, since that day. On a related note, new Nets coach Lionel Hollins said Monday afternoon that Garnett’s “earned the right” to be his starting power forward. He’ll flank Brook Lopez in […]
Starting at power forward for Lionel Hollins’s Brooklyn Nets is… the future Hall of Fame power forward. Guess we saw that coming. Speaking with reporters at Deron Williams’s Celebrity Dodge Barrage, Hollins said that Garnett is penciled in as his team’s starting power forward, to flank All-Star center Brook Lopez in the frontcourt. “He’s earned […]