It’s all quiet for now. However, tomorrow??
The first look at how Dariq Whitehead, Noah Clowney, and Jalen Wilson are playing in Long Island
We’re tracking Dariq Whitehead’s progress from Long Island to Brooklyn and back again,
Nets fans could get their first look at Dariq Whitehead next week … on Long Island. Our Jordan Greene sat down with him this week in an exclusive interview.
A new milestone for Dariq Whitehead, the Nets No. 22 pick in last June’s Draft.
The fifth youngest player in the NBA and the latest Nets big man project, Noah Clowney is making fans sit up in preseason.
The veteran point guard likes what the Nets have done in free agency and the draft, but isn’t quite sure they — or the NBA — is done.
Draft picks are becoming the NBA’s new crypto. Alluring but real players. Still, they’re good to have and the Nets have a lot of good ones.
A lot of Nets fans were disappointed in Noah Clowney’s Summer League performance, but both Clowney, the Nets and at least one pundit say they’re unconcerned.
Jalen Wilson was at a YMCA Thursday not far from Barclays Center where he talked about developing a new narrative, an NBA one.
No one can predict the future, but Sam Quinn of CBS Sports gives it his best effort, looking at all 56 traded first round picks. Suns 2029 pick, acquired by Nets in the KD trade, is his most valuable.
Summer League observations on the Nets’ rookie class and more
Barring the unexpected, a third consecutive win in Vegas sent the young Nets to the Las Vegas Summer League Playoffs
An in-depth look at what the future may hold for the Brooklyn Nets rookie class
The worst trade in NBA history? It’s right up there. Today is its 10th anniversary. The only celebrants wear green.
It’s only 13 days before the first Summer League game. Dariq Whitehead, still in a walking boot, won’t play but Noah Clowney and Jalen Wilson presumably will. Expect RaiQuan Gray too.
The answer may be more mundane than we expected
Sean Marks and Jacque Vaughn were on hand to introduce Brooklyn’s trio of newest Nets