The case for a DWill/Livingston starting backcourt

The Nets have played great in the month of January, but for them to sustain their play it is to roll out a starting lineup consisting of both Deron Williams and Shaun Livingston.

Film Study: What Kirilenko Brings Offensively

The Nets are typical a slow, one-on-one type of team. Andrei Kirilenko is the perfect contrast to this team by creating opportunities that aren't used such as getting out in transition and moving off the ball.

Revisiting "The Trade"

With two future Hall of Famers set to make their return to Boston since being traded to the Nets, it seems like the right time to see what has happened with the Nets and Celtics since the Draft Night blockbuster.

E-Mailing with the Enemy: Dallas Mavericks

Dennis Velasco of NetsDaily previews tonight's Dallas Mavericks and Brooklyn Nets matchup with Rebecca Lawson of Mavs Moneyball.

Live Chat with Kenny Anderson

NetsDaily brings you a live chat with former Nets point guard and NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson.

Who NBA players follow on Twitter?

Hoopshype did an analysis of who NBA players follow on Twitter. It's all public so they went through them, apparently threw them up at a spreadsheet, then ranked them. At the top of the 100 most popular is NBA.com. The rest? A hodgepodge.


The joy in being a Bosnian Nets fan

Bosnian media of late has been talking about "Teletovic Fever," a phenomenon found from Sarajevo to Jablonica: fans in zombie-like state at work, exhausted by staying up in the wee hours to watch Nets games on NBA TV. They've had a lot to watch.

E-Mailing with the Enemy: Orlando Magic

Previewing tonight's Brooklyn Nets game against the Orlando Magic.

Can Marquis Teague match his brother's rise?

Most pundits seem willing to give up on Marquis Teague after a year and a half under Tom Thibodeau. Bulls fans considered him a bust who never fulfilled his promise. Hawks fans felt the same way about his brother Jeff. How'd that work out?

Back in Moscow, Prokhorov says Kidd "a real boss"

Mikhail Prokhorov returned to Moscow more convinced than ever that he made the right decision hiring Jason Kidd, telling one confidante Sunday that he believes Kidd will be a "great coach." emphasizing "great," and that he behaves "like a boss."

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