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Nets’ Sean Kilpatrick solid off the bench in return from injury

Sean Kilpatrick made his return to the court after missing seven games with an injured hamstring, the first games he had missed due to injury as a Net. “I felt great,” Kilpatrick said. “I can’t complain how everything was run. It would’ve been better with a win, but that’s how everything rolled.” Kilpatrick finished with...
Via New York Post
51 minutes ago

Nets’ closing-strong goal hits a disappointing snag

The Nets are likely to finish the season in the cellar, but have talked repeatedly about closing strong. Tuesday’s night’s 106-101 loss to Philadelphia won’t help. Facing a shorthanded, struggling Sixers team with just nine players – one of them making his season debut — the Nets fell behind by double-figures. And even after fighting...
Via New York Post
5 hours ago

Nets struggle in final minutes as Sixers defeat them in Brooklyn, 106-101

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — All good things must come to an end, right? The Nets have been rolling of late, winning three of their last four… until Tuesday happened. The 76ers (28-46) played without Joel Embiid, Jahlil Okafor, Sergio Rodriguez and Ben Simmons, and still defeated the Brooklyn Nets (16-58), 106-101, in Brooklyn. Dario Saric was the anchor for the depleted Sixers. ...
Via Nets Daily
5 hours ago

Evaluating The Brooklyn Nets Second Unit For Next Season: Part III

Via FOX Sports
13 hours ago

Nets wrap up March vs the Sixers

It’s nice when the other guys are stuck in a losing streak. The Brooklyn Nets went down south to play the Hawks on Sunday as Atlanta tried to snap their six game losing streak. The Nets kept the Hawks struggles going with a convincing 107-92 win. The opponent tonight will be the Philadelphia 76ers. Philly is in the bottom of the East along with the Nets, but they’ve had their...
Via Nets Daily
19 hours ago

Out of the basement: Nets rise in power rankings!

For the first time in four months, November 28, not one of the pundits who compile power rankings put the Nets at No. 30! In fact, three of them rank the Nets in the upper 20’s! John Schuhmann, NBA.com (28) The Celtics should be rooting for the Lakers right now, because L.A. might need one more win to avoid getting caught in the standings by Brooklyn and reducing Boston's odds...
Via Nets Daily
1 day ago

Brooklyn Nets: The promising young core

For the Brooklyn Nets there really has not been much to cheer about this season. However, one key to take away from this season is the growth and development of the group of young players that they can build around. Injuries to players on the Nets roster have given the trio of Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Caris LeVert, and Isaiah Whitehead valuable minutes on the court this season and...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Brook Lopez becomes Brooklyn Nets' all-time field goal leader

Brook Lopez became the Nets' all-time leader in field goals made on Sunday, and he spoke about that mark and his 23-point effort that helped Brooklyn to a 107-92 win over the Hawks.
Via YES Network
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jeremy Lin on the Nets' win in Atlanta

Jeremy Lin breaks down the Nets' win in Atlanta, which saw Brook Lopez become the franchise's all-time leader in field goals made.
Via YES Network
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets: Who should the Nets look for in this year’s draft?

Quiet, don’t tell anyone, but the Brooklyn Nets are flying under the radar coming into this year’s NBA draft as they hold two first round picks. The Nets have this image of a team with no first round picks for the next ten years, but new general manager Sean Marks has done a great job of making that a myth. Yes, the Nets will be giving their first round pick to the Boston Celtics...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: March Madness remembered by three Brooklyn Nets

Three current Brooklyn Nets - former Arizona Wildcat Rondae Holls-Jefferson, Michigan man Caris LeVert, and Villanova alum Randy Foye - re-live their days leading their alma maters through the NCAA Tournament.
Via YES Network
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Nets should go all-in on stealing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope from Pistons

The Brooklyn Nets have nothing to lose.One of the NBA’s worst rebuilds doesn’t show any signs of speeding up unless the Nets make some crazy moves.Stealing Kentavious Caldwell-Pope from the Detroit Pistons is pretty crazy.Here’s Brian Lewis of the New York Post with some information about the Nets flirting with the idea of a move:Caldwell-Pope, 24, will be a restricted free...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets: Looking ahead to the 2017 draft

Well, it’s finally official, the Brooklyn Nets are shockingly not going to make the playoffs in 2017. So, as is tradition with any losing team in the NBA, it is time to take an early look at players that the Nets could take in the upcoming NBA draft. The Nets will have two first round picks in this years draft, so they will have the opportunity to find young talent that could be...
Via isportsweb.com
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Knicks fall to Nets again, the tank is on!

Brook Lopez, Kenny Atkinson and Jeff Hornacek react to 121-110 Brooklyn Nets win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, the second straight win for the Nets over their cross-town foes.
Via SNY
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Kyle O’Quinn throws shade at Nets after Knicks’ loss

Things have gotten so bad for the New York Knicks this season that they just lost two games to the Brooklyn Nets — the NBA’s worst team — in less than a week. Kyle O’Quinn seemed particularly disturbed by it.After the Nets beat the Knicks 121-110 on Thursday night, O’Quinn was asked about losing to Brooklyn twice in three games. He took that as an opportunity to throw shade...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Nets sound ready to trade Brook Lopez, but it might be too late

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has been one of the consistent names on the trade block and on the rumors market for years.This hasn’t changed—and now the brass in Brooklyn sound like they might be ready to deal.Nets general manager Sean Marks and head coach Kenny Atkinson recently joined an interview on WFAN and dropped the following notes about a trade scenario featuring...
Via The Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

The Brooklyn Nets retired a number to honor The Notorious B.I.G

Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. The Notorious B.I.G., is arguably one of the greatest artists in Hip Hop history. He’s also one of the most recognizable figures in popular culture from the borough of Brooklyn. Biggie never lived long enough to know that his beloved home town would become home to the former New Jersey Nets. That hasn’t stopped the now Brooklyn Nets from honoring the...
Via The Comeback
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Nets hang Biggie Smalls banner from rafters during tribute

The Brooklyn Nets honored Biggie Smalls — a Brooklyn native — before Sunday night’s game against the Knicks.It was said that they had a few special things planned for #NetsBiggieNight, and they delivered. A jersey with the number “72” and “The Notorious B.I.G”  inscribed on it was hung from the rafters, and it was a pretty big deal. Biggie’s mom — Voletta Wallace...
Via The Sports Daily
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Kerr spoke with Adam Silver about Warriors’ travel schedule

The brutality of the NBA schedule has once again become a hot button issue with Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr resting all of his top players for a nationally televised game against the San Antonio Spurs Saturday on the second end of a back-to-back. But apparently Kerr had already raised the issue with commissioner Adam Silver several months prior.According to Tom Haberstroh...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Grizzlies coach blasts critics of his lineup shuffling

David Fizdale has got a place where you can direct all of your criticisms to.Speaking with the media at practice on Wednesday, the Memphis Grizzlies head coach affirmed a continued commitment towards tinkering with his lineups as he sees fit. He also offered a blunt message for all of the skeptics, per Grizzlies sideline reporter Rob Fischer. Fizdale inserted Andrew Harrison and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: The Brooklyn Nets hold on to Brook Lopez

Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez and Nets general manager Sean Marks discuss the team deciding not to trade the tenured Net.
Via SNY
February 24, 2017  |  Discuss
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