Nets Free Agency
2023 NBA Free Agency rumors, trades and speculation.
From Merrick, Long Island, to Cairo and Manila and back again, Patrick Gardner hoping for one last step.
What’s done is done and now finally, Kevin Durant gives us his take on the last gasps of the Big Three Era
Nets add the 6’5" shooting guard to the roster, singing as a two-way.
It was a foregone conclusion that the Nets would exercise their fourth year option on the two 2021 first rounders.
The Nets will open their 2023-24 season with 17 players on the roster, one short of the maximum.
Harry Giles III went from top high school prospect to first round pick to oblivion. Now, after two years out of basketball, he’s back in the NBA.
The bottom of the Nets camp roster may not be fighting for a spot but rather a type of spot.
Still only 25 (and still 6’11"), Harry Giles III was an intriguing signing by the Nets this off-season. Now, after his double-double and generally good showing Thursday, the Giles intrigue deepens.
Dennis Smith Jr. is a Brooklyn Net, and he and his teammates couldn’t be happier about it
Damian Lillard was in Milwaukee for Media Day Monday, the culmination of a summer’s worth of rumors that at various points included speculation about him joining the Nets. But Sean Marks said Dame talk was never real.
It’s all paperwork at this point as the Nets and their G League go about building the Long Island roster.
HSS Training Center is a place where fallen angels, diamonds in the rough and the underappreciated gather. Steve Lichtenstein thinks Trendon Watford is one who can contribute.
Nothing is imminent, say Woj. The Heat and Blazers haven’t talk in months, reports Chris Haynes. But Jake Fischer of Yahoo puts Nets on list of teams who could be interested in Tyler Herro.
It’s a given in the G League that the key to success is a solid point guard. And on Monday, the Long Island Nets acquired one of the G League’s top 1s, Kiefer Sykes.
With training camp only three weeks away, there’s finally momentum on a Damian Lillard trade. Do Nets still fit as a third team?
The Nets made the signing of Harry Giles III official Wednesday. It is an unlikely comeback but one that will fascinate fans and pundits alike.
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.
Biggest game in Egyptian basketball history? It’s right up there. A win Saturday would virtually assure an Olympic bid for the Pharaohs and Patrick Gardner.
Harry Giles III, once a top big man prospect whose body has betrayed his career, is looking to make a comeback with Brooklyn.
Jordan Hall, 21, will join the Long Island Nets this season. Could he be also a training camp invite for Brooklyn?