Category Archives: Brooklyn Nets

The Nets Just Gambled, Big Time

Mikhail Prokorov, Billy King, and Co. just went all in on the chance that a team featuring power and small forwards well past their prime, arguably the worst rebounding 7-footer in the NBA,

THE NEW LOOK BROOKLYN NETS

In just a matter of a few hours last night, the Brooklyn Nets transformed themselves from an average team into an instant title contender.  The Nets and Boston Celtics agreed on a

OVERLOOKED BY THE NETS

With the 22nd pick in the first-round last night, the Nets selected former Duke Blue Devil Mason Plumlee. The 6’10 power forward stayed all four years in Durham, North Carolina, averaging 17.1

HIRING JASON KIDD AS HEAD COACH A RISKY MOVE FOR BROOKLYN NETS

Stop me if you’ve heard this story before; Star player retires and decides he’s cut out for another role in basketball. Perhaps he decides to coach a team, let’s just say the

KIDD’S COMPETITIVE FIRE WILL TRANSFORM FROM PLAYER TO COACH IN BROOKLYN

The Brooklyn Nets hired Jason Kidd as their head coach on Wednesday, just ten days after he retired from the game as a player. He will be replacing interim coach P.J. Carlesimo,

BROOKLYN NETS COACHING SEARCH CONTINUES

The Brooklyn Nets, after firing interim coach P.J. Carlesimo the day after the Chicago Bulls bounced them from the first-round of the playoffs, are still looking for a head coach weeks later.

BROOK LOPEZ SNUBBED FROM ALL-NBA TEAM

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez had one of his best seasons as a pro this past year, but was left off of all three All-NBA teams announced on Thursday. He received a

NETS OFF-SEASON UPDATE

The Brooklyn Nets are in search for a coach. After a disappointing first-round playoff exit, the front office decided to fire interim coach P.J. Carlesimo. While the hunt for a head coach

NETS ELIMINATED, COACH FIRED. WHAT’S NEXT?

After a crushing 99-93 lose to the Chicago Bulls in Game 7, the Nets’ inaugural season in Brooklyn has come to a close. While this was a devastating way for their season to

NETS WIN AGAIN, GAIN MOMENTUM GOING INTO GAME 7

The last time there was any kind of Game 7 in Brooklyn was in 1956. This Saturday night at 8:00PM, that is about to change. After beating the Chicago Bulls 95-92 in

NETS WIN, CLING TO HOPE

The Brooklyn Nets have survived at least a couple more days in their first-round playoff matchup against the Chicago Bulls. Two days after coughing up a 14 point lead in their triple-overtime

NETS NOW FIND THEMSELVES IN HOLE AFTER STRUGGLES CONTINUE

After jumping out to a 17-5 lead, the Brooklyn Nets seemed to be putting themselves in a position to take back command of the series against the Chicago Bulls. Star point guard