Category Archives: Brooklyn Nets

D-Will’s shooting gives Nets a good shot

Has anyone looked at the NBA standings lately, specifically the wins and losses in the watered-down East’s Atlantic Division? Yup, that’s not a mistake. Going into tonight’s game against the Raptors, the

Heavy Burden for D-Will: the Numbers Don’t Lie

… and we’re back, better than ever! The excitement that captivated us more than a month ago when NBA players and team owners reached an accord and ended the lockout has now

Meet the Nets: The NBA’s Most Enigmatic Team

If you thought having point guard extraordinaire Deron Williams for a full season meant the New Jersey Nets would compete for a playoff spot this season, you’re right. Williams without question gives

Nets Now: Don’t Hit the Panic Button Yet

So much for good tidings, at least for the New Jersey Nets. The offseason and post lockout dreams of landing a super star player in Dwight Howard have painfully unfolded into preseason

Nets Basketball: The Bridge to Brooklyn

The New Jersey Nets will drop the curtain on their final season in the “Garden State,” next Monday when they travel to the nation’s capitol to take on the Washington Wizards. For

One-year marriage for Kris Humphries and Nets

Kris Humphries has grabbed headlines all year long, but finally, today’s news is actually noteworthy. In a move that took longer than I thought, the Nets finally re-signed The Humph to a

Nets Now: Williams is the key name now

If you don’t take a step back to soak in everything during this NBA free agent frenzy, you probably would never know that your New Jersey Nets have been wheeling and dealing

Nets nightmare: Magic take Howard off trading block

Mikhail Prokhorov is in a bit of a panic, and it’s not because of next year’s presidential election in his native country. The Nets’ billionaire owner, who earlier this week announced his

Nets cannot afford to lose in deal for Howard

It was Dickens who penned the line: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Little did he or anyone else know that he wrote the first verse

Nets want Howard; Howard wants the Nets

’Tis the season of giving, so why not give everyone what they want this December. Already, Knicks fans are singing the praises of Tyson Chandler, and Miami got smart and inked Shane

Nets face brutal task in revised NBA schedule

Like all other teams in the league, the Nets will face a brutal schedule challenge as a result of the 149-day lockout. The NBA released its revised 2011-12 regular season schedule, giving

P.J. Carlesimo comes back to New Jersey

The addition of P.J. Carlesimo to the Nets’ coaching staff is a fantastic move. Not only will New Jersey’s sidelines have a familiar face, the former Seton Hall coach brings added diversity