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What would have happened if no Nets were injured?

Jeff Stotts of simulates an NBA season with no injuries. The results aren't as different as one may think.

Hip-Hop on the Hardwood: Jay-Z vs. Drake

A look at the matchup between the Brooklyn Nets and the Toronto Raptors hip-hop ambassadors: Jay-Z and Drake.

For Billy King, the moment of truth

Billy King spent all Draft Day last June preparing for what's happening now. He traded for toughness and championship pedigree then picked Mason Plumlee once the Boston deal was complete. So far, so good but he knows this is what it's all about.


Video: Nets fans talk Playoff success

Brooklyn Nets fans talk about what it will take for the Nets to be successful in the NBA Playoffs.

Nets gear finished #7 in 2013-14; D-Will #22

The NBA reports that sales of Nets gear placed seventh in the NBA in 2013-14. That's slight drop from their first season in Brooklyn when they finished fourth, but considerably higher than their last year in New Jersey when they were 31st.

Numbers tell tale on Nets experience

While nothing is guaranteed in the playoffs, experience is the Nets biggest asset vs. the young and athletic Raptors. The Nets have played in 563 post-season games, started 511 of them. The Raptors, on the other hand, have played 157, started 39.


Video: Coach Nick breaks down Nets vs. Raptors

Coach Nick of BBALLBREAKDOWN takes a look at the keys to the Nets vs. Raptors first round playoff series.

Jason Kidd talks sushi, music, Vin Diesel and more

Jason Kidd sat down with Lenn Robbins to talk all things basketball, along with the movies, food and music he likes. Plus, about how he would want Vin Diesel to play him in a movie.

Andrei Kirilenko to open Russia's first Hooters

Andrei Kirilenko is opening Russia's first ever Hooters restaurant at the end of the month, and plans to open five more.

Prokhorov walking fine line in Ukraine crisis

Will we see the architect of the Nets revival in Brooklyn next week? Probably not. Best to avoid questions about Ukraine, Vladimir Putin, etc. It's all part of a balancing act Mikhail Prokhorov has to carry out. Like the playoffs, it's unpredictable.


NBA Playoffs: Nets vs. Raptors TV Schedule

Here is the complete TV schedule for the Brooklyn Nets vs. Toronto Raptors first round playoff series.

Nets vs. Raptors Poll: Who Will Win?

The Brooklyn Nets will start the NBA playoffs on Saturday at 12:30 against the Toronto Raptors. We ask, who do you think will win this series?

Nets to face Raptors 12:30 Saturday

Get our your passports, eh. The No. 6 Brooklyn Nets will face the No. 3 Toronto Raptors in the first round of the NBA playoffs. Game 1 will be 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Air Canada Centre

Livingston: better than ever, happier too!

As Dave D'Alessandro writes Wednesday quoting Shaun Livingston's father, Reggie, the kid is better than he's even been, even before his injury in February 2007. "He’s a more complete player than he was pre-injury," Reggie said.

Nets vs. Cavaliers injury report: Who's playing?

The Brooklyn Nets have announced that Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Shaun Livingston and Mirza Teletovic won't play against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Prokhorov is sixth biggest spender in pro sports

When Mikhail Prokhorov bought the Nets, he thought he could model them after European soccer clubs, many of them owned by sheiks and oligarchs who like him are willing to spend. Well, in one way, it's certainly worked out that way: in spending.


Barclays usher blows away crowd with Anthem

Bryan Bautista walked to the center of the court Tuesday night, dressed in his usher uniform, not to direct traffic or help wayward fans. He was there to sing the national anthem ... and he killed it.


Nets fans say: Bring on the Chicago Bulls!

Dexter Henry and David Menze of NetsDaily asked a handful of Nets fans who they would want to face in the first round of the playoffs, and most of them chose the Chicago Bulls.

Mirza Teletovic's wife gives birth to twins

Mirza Teletovic's wife gave birth to twin babies on Tuesday, prior to Nets-Knicks game.

Plumlee: Pacers are tougher matchup than the Heat

Mason Plumlee, in an interview with Washington Square Times, said that he thinks the Indiana Pacers are a tougher matchup for the Brooklyn Nets in the playoffs than the Miami Heat.

Better with Brook?

Beckley Mason, writing for ESPN, raises "The Question" and notes that brook Lopez has missed 185 games over the last three years while Mason Plumlee looks like a (the?) steal of the draft. Are they better with Brook?

Simple guide to the Nets playoff race

A simple guide on who to root for and what needs to happen for the Nets in the regular season's final two games.

Will he shave?! Will it matter?!

Jason Kidd first started growing his beard at the beginning of January, perhaps to change his luck, or, some might suggest, to hide his identity. After all, at that point, the Nets were 10-21. Monday, he said he's considering shaving it off!

Who's 'In' and who's 'Out' for Nets-Knicks?

Carmelo Anthony is "questionable" for Tuesday night's game against the Brooklyn Nets, while Shaun Livingston and Alan Anderson are out for the Nets.

MTV: "There isn’t a team in NBA that can stop us"

Speaking with a reporter in Spain, where he played for six years, Mirza Teletovic offered optimism about the team's ultimate goal. "There isn’t a team in the NBA that can stop us," he told Basket4US.

Bulls waive Toko Shengelia

The Bulls announced Monday that they have waived former Net Toko Shengelia.

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