Brooklyn Nets Should Not Try Matching New York Knicks’ Signing Of Phil Jackson

Debby Wong-USA Today Sports

Fascination usually isn’t something that’s hard to come by in any capacity when it comes to New York City, and it’s no different when it comes to the NBA teams that call it home. Now that the New York Knicks […]

Tonight’s Contest Like Playoff Game For Brooklyn Nets

Joe Camporeale-USA Today Sports

Game No. 67 of 82. That’s what tonight’s contest against the Washington Wizards represents in a literal sense for the Brooklyn Nets. But when thinking about things a little more critically, which is necessary at this late point in the season, it suddenly […]

Win Over Miami Heat Proves Major Point for Brooklyn Nets

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Most of the interesting chatter entering Wednesday night’s matchup between the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets revolved around the success the Nets had encountered when facing the two-time defending champions this season. Two meetings, two hard-fought wins for coach Jason […]

Win Over Toronto Raptors Is Biggest Of Season For Brooklyn Nets

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Jason Kidd did his best to downplay the significance of Monday night’s matchup against the Toronto Raptors, but his Brooklyn Nets players knew that the standings made this their biggest game of the season to date. And when the final buzzer […]

Marcus Thornton’s Contract Should Excite Brooklyn Nets

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After another 20-plus point performance from Marcus Thornton on Sunday night against the Sacramento Kings, the Brooklyn Nets have to be ecstatic about how impactful the newest member of their team has shown he can be since being acquired in late February. […]

Broolyn Nets’ First Ever ‘Social Media Night’ is Sad Attempt by NBA

Brad Penner-USA Today Sports

First, there were sleeves, then there were nicknames, now there will be … Twitter handles? Unfortunately, your eyes did not just deceive you. This upcoming Monday night, the Brooklyn Nets will be hosting their first ever “Social Media Night” as they […]

Loss To Boston Celtics Should Be Wake-Up Call For Brooklyn Nets

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When the streaking Brooklyn Nets got back on the road to take on the lowly Boston Celtics on Friday night, they were probably anticipating 48 rather stress-free minutes that would result in their fifth straight victory. What they found, however, […]

Alan Anderson No Longer Important to Brooklyn Nets

Alan Anderson

People have a tendency to lose appreciation for old things once they acquire newer, more exciting ones. Jason Kidd? He’s no exception to this age-old trend. Since acquiring 26-year-old guard Marcus Thornton in a pre-trade deadline deal with the Sacramento […]

Could Paul Pierce Return to Boston Celtics Soon?

Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo

Given an opportunity to throw a bone to the fans who adored him for 15 years until being traded to the Brooklyn Nets last summer, Paul Pierce decided to go ahead and take it. “Yeah, why not? Maybe play for […]

Western Trip a Disappointment for Brooklyn Nets

Kevin Garnett

The Brooklyn Nets may have finished the out-west portion of their current circus road trip with a 3-2 record, but upon closer examination, they didn’t accomplish anything profoundly encouraging. Nothing that signifies even greater improvement post-All-Star break. Rarely will I […]

Keys to Victory Over Milwaukee Bucks for Brooklyn Nets

Joe Johnson

The road trip continues for the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night, as they’ll face an Eastern Conference opponent for the first time following the All-Star break when they take on the Milwaukee Bucks. And that matchup cannot result in a […]

Brooklyn Nets’ Jason Collins Needs to Rebound Better to Silence Critics

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When the Brooklyn Nets decided to sign Jason Collins, making him the first openly gay active professional athlete in the four major American professional sports, this past Sunday, many people either overlooked or simply forgot one of the most important […]