The Nets deployed the masterful gambit of shooting 48% from three in a vital game against Atlanta.
Brooklyn’s season, to the extent it still breathes, comes down to two games vs. Atlanta, and the Nets know it.
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Like their own big brothers and big sisters at the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty, the Long Island Nets are investing in the community, particularly the young.
Twice this season, the Brooklyn Nets outscored the Orlando Magic by 20 points in signature wins. Tonight was a signature loss.
A re-watch didn’t make Brooklyn’s bitter loss taste any sweeter.
It’s only one game but after three miserable ones, we’ll take it.
The MVP is back and with a contract that is both flexible and friendly enough to sign other top women stars.
Nets go for two straight!
The Nets next two games are crucial to whatever hopes the Nets have left ... and it’s not looking good
After a positive showing vs. a bad team, the Nets will be Orlando Tuesday night for a meet-up with a good team
The Brooklyn Nets took a deep breath, then took their anger out on the Memphis Grizzlies.
Maybe this will be the one...
Brooklyn Nets fans think they have problems! The Memphis Grizzlies do have problems.
3 takeaways about the worst 3-game stretch in Nets franchise history
Brooklyn Nets two-way Keon Johnson had 26 points for the second game in a row as Long Island goes above ,500.
The line between "unwatchable" and "bad" is getting blurrier and blurrier
The four-game road trip continues in Minnesota.
After two horrific losses on either side of the All-Star break the Nets now face the West-leading Timberwolves
Should the Koch family seek a deep discount after last night?
Keon Johnson once again came off the bench to lead Long Island, scoring 26 points while 5-of-7 from deep.
The more things change...
And we’re back... with a new head coach, nonetheless. Cheers to the second half.
One of America’s richest families and the leading financiers of conservative causes is interested in buying a stake in the Nets.
The NBA is back, and the Brooklyn Nets are back to try and erase an embarrassing, franchise altering defeat they suffered before the All Star break.
After the big change following All-Star Break, we look at what it means ... and doesn’t.
The next one they hire ought to be the correct one, right?
First hire of Kevin Ollie era? Nets sign Jaylen Martin of Westchester Knicks, a graduate of Overtime Elite where Ollie was coaching director.
"Joe [Tsai] and I will make this decision and he has given me no reason to believe that I won’t be able to make that decision," says Brooklyn GM
Nets have 28 games left and Kevin Ollie will get a chance to show what he can, but team planning a full-blown summer search
Kenny Smith’s comments were lazy, loaded with misogyny, and ruined an iconic event.