Brooklyn Nets: Do the Nets Have a Top-10 at Every Position?

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The NBA‘s annual media day was help this Tuesday, and Brooklyn was the place to be. The Brooklyn Nets had one of the best off-seasons to recent date, acquiring proven All-Stars and young players filled with potential. With all this excitement and […]

Scott Machado: Undrafted Rookie the Next Big Thing?

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Two weeks prior to the NBA draft, Scott Machado was doing his best to make a name for himself in the pre-draft workouts. Despite leading the nation in assists last year with 9.9 a game (even better than Kendall Marshall‘s 9.7), Machado was, […]

Brooklyn Nets: Team Dancers Reveal Halloween-like Uniforms

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The Brooklyn Nets  may have changed locations, but their extraordinary dancers will not be left behind. The “Brooklynettes,” who were simply called the “Nets’ Dancers” prior to moving to Brooklyn, have always been well known around the league for their impressive routines, […]

Brooklyn Nets: Billy King “Happiest” for Brook Lopez

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Earlier today, Brooklyn Nets General Manager Billy King met with the media to answer any questions about the Nets’ offseason and discuss the upcoming season. King touches on several topics including the possibility of a championship, Andray Blatche, and even […]

Brooklyn Nets: Is Owner Mikhail Prokhorov Too Confident?

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If the Miami Heat have shown the world anything in the past two years, it’s that success doesn’t come overnight- even if your starting lineup consists of the best player in the world, the best shooting guard in the world, and […]

Ilkan Karaman: Brooklyn Nets Player Outlook 2012-2013

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Of the four European players on the Brooklyn Nets, forward Ilkan Karaman seems to be the biggest sleeper (Mirza Teletovic is a proven talent so I wouldn’t consider him a sleeper.) 6’9” with a 7’0” wingspan, Karaman shows rare athleticism […]

What You’ll See Coming Up From the Barclays Center’s Subway Stop

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For as long as the Brooklyn Nets have been an NBA team, it’s always been a struggle for fans to get to games. It was hard enough to get fans to come to games as it was, with the team […]

What Will the Food Be Like at Barclays Center?

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As the Brooklyn Nets make a monumental move across the Hudson, it’s a given that pretty much everything will change. Stadium? Bigger. Fans? Increased by thousands. Community? More diverse. Logo and Jerseys? Re-designed by Jay-Z. Colors? Simplified to black and […]

Tornike Shengelia: Brooklyn Nets Player Outlook 2012-2013


The Brooklyn Nets have brought in tons of new talent this offseason, from high profile All-Stars, to low key reserves. While All-Stars Deron Williams and Joe Johnson were the main stories this summer for the Nets, a solid backup snuck his way […]

Reggie Evans: Brooklyn Nets Player Outlook 2012-2013

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Reggie Evans, 30, is shown here scoring one of his few baskets of the season.

At 32 years old and not in the best physical shape that one could hope for, there are questions as to why the Brooklyn Nets ever signed forward Reggie Evans. These questions can be easily answered by looking back at […]

Mirza Teletovic: Brooklyn Nets Player Outlook 2012-2013


Not often is it that an NBA rookie is over 25 years old, but in most situations, an older pick is a better pick. All Brooklyn Nets fans saw this last year with MarShon Brooks, who, drafted at 22, was […]

MarShon Brooks: Brooklyn Nets Player Outlook 2012-2013

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  I remember sitting in the upper level of the Prudential Center for the 2011 NBA Draft, anxious to see what the Brooklyn (then-New Jersey) Nets would do with their draft pick. For about a decade, the only quality pick […]