Brooklyn Nets Better Than They Were Last Season

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They say numbers never lie, but I’ve finally encountered one that’s at least telling a fib. The Brooklyn Nets had an excellent 2012-13 regular season, ending the campaign with a 49-33 record. Fast forward to the regular season the team just completed […]

Which Toronto Raptors Player Will Be Brooklyn Nets’ Biggest Concern?

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Something unique about the NBA playoffs is the way in which one specific player can be a coach’s biggest nightmare from the start of a series all the way through its end. Get ready to see just that when the Brooklyn […]

Game 1 Against Toronto Raptors Crucial for Brooklyn Nets

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Finally, the moment the Brooklyn Nets have been waiting quite a long time for – the opening game of the postseason. Following a crushing Game 7 loss at home to the Chicago Bulls last year, Brooklyn’s quest for redemption – […]

With New York Knicks Out, Brooklyn Nets Have Chance to Shine

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In the Big Apple, there’s always been just one NBA team that’s truly mattered – the New York Knicks. But entering the 2014 postseason, a unique scenario will arise in the basketball-crazed city. Only two regular seasons after relocating from […]

Jason Kidd Giving Jorge Gutierrez Playoff Chance Wouldn’t be Surprising

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Now that the playoffs are only shouting distance away, Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd is set to embrace another first. He had plenty of experience playing in the postseason throughout his career, but managing a team from the sideline will […]

Brooklyn Nets’ Coach Jason Kidd Should Rest Key Players

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Don’t look now, but the NBA playoffs are less than a week away. Every head coach is well aware that things are about to get more real than they have been all season long, including Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd. So with just three games […]

Mason Plumlee Should Be Serious NBA Rookie of the Year Candidate

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CenterMason Plumlee wasn’t an unknown name entering the 2013 NBA Draft. Most polished Duke products aren’t. But the expectations surrounding the four-year Mike Krzyzewski student weren’t all that high upon his selection; after all, he wasn’t picked until the Brooklyn Nets […]

Mason Plumlee Will Be One of the Biggest Steals of 2013 NBA Draft

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Years from now, when barber shop talk brings up the topic of the 2013 NBA Draft, the likelihood is that two players will immediately be mentioned for being the best of the class – Michael Carter-Williams and Victor Oladipo. Judging […]

Brooklyn Nets Must Move on From Bojan Bogdanovic

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If the Brooklyn Nets were holding out hope once again that they convince Bojan Bogdanovic to finally make the jump to the NBA this offseason, it looks like they’re going to be disappointed once again. On Thursday, Bogdanovic made comments […]

Wins Before Playoffs Crucial For Brooklyn Nets

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Many NBA pundits wouldn’t bat an eyelash at the question of whether or not the final few regular season games of select teams could heavily impact them once the playoffs roll around. The Brooklyn Nets, however, are not one of […]

Recent Home Loss Could Benefit Brooklyn Nets In Playoffs

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For 15 straight games at Barclays Center, the Brooklyn Nets forgot what losing at home felt like. Then, the Atlanta Hawks came to town on Friday night. By game’s end, the streak was gone, as the Hawks came away with a 93-88 victory over […]

Dropping To Sixth Seed Might Benefit Brooklyn Nets

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Like any other playoff-bound team around the league, the Brooklyn Nets have been continuously striving to land the best possible seed in their conference. Yet, due to rather unusual circumstances, if coach Jason Kidd’s squad is unable to move up in the standings from […]