Category Archives: Brooklyn Nets

Playoff Preview: Lowry and DeRozan Should be the Focus of Nets Defense

The Nets and Raptors start their best of seven series Saturday afternoon at 12:30 in Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.  Toronto is coming off of a franchise record, a 48 win season, and

Mason Plumlee Has Made His Presence Known As Nets Season Progressed

The Brooklyn Nets made many roster upgrades before this season, most notably acquiring Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett via the Celtics. As the regular season comes to a close this week, Mason Plumlee

Denied: Nets Complete Season Sweep of Miami Heat

Mason Plumlee’s block of Lebron James’ buzzer-beating dunk attempt capped off a 53 percent shooting night and an 88-87 victory over the two-time defending champion Miami Heat. It was the fourth victory

Nets Need to Keep Pushing for that Higher Seed

After the win at home against Houston on Tuesday, the Nets home streak reached a remarkable 14.  With only eight games left in the season, the Nets currently find themselves as the

Brooklyn Nets Defined By Their Depth

82,403,823 is the number of millions of dollars that the Brooklyn Nets opening night starting five will collect this season — which is more than the entire payroll of every single team

The Battle for the New York Hardwood

New York City is an iconic sports town, a huge market for professionally athletes to make money, tons of history and historic players in the four major sports. Each team in their respective

Jason Kidd has Nets’ Mojo in Full Gear

Remember when people said Jason Kidd was “over his head,” when referring to his ability to be a head coach? Those sentiments seem pretty premature at this point, as the Nets are

Only One New York Basketball Team Should Be Talking Playoffs…

Early Sunday afternoon the Atlanta Hawks coughed up a double-digit fourth quarter lead against the Toronto Raptors, giving the New York Knicks an opportunity to move within two games of a playoff

Hello Brooklyn: Nets Ready For Season Of Lofty Expectations

After the franchise saw a renaissance to their identity last season with their much anticipated move to Brooklyn, the Nets organization emerged from the depths of mediocrity in the swamps of New

Nets To Share All-Star Hosting Duties with Knicks

The Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks have arguably the most hated rivalry in the NBA.  However, in 2015 the two teams will have to become friends when they will co-host

Brooklyn’s D-Will Walking in D-Boot

Deron Williams, who is arguably one of the top point guards in the NBA, is in a walking boot after spraining his ankle during summer workouts in Utah. Williams was hampered with

Andrei Kirilenko to the Brooklyn Nets

Free agent Andrei Kirilenko has reached a two-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets. After opting out of his $10 million contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves earlier this offseason, AK-47 is taking less