Posts regarding Nets history.
ESSAY: T.J. Warren and Sean Marks never-ending pursuit of the (cheap) Sixth Man
The Nets lost Tuesday and it wasn’t pretty but it was no fault of T.J. Warren, the latest in a long line of vets minimum players Sean Marks has signed for his team’s Sixth Man job.
Community matters! Long Island Nets once again win G League award for social responsibility
Brian Fleurantin who’s written about social justice for us in the past, writes this weekend about the Long Island’s role in the community ... and the value of unfettered history.
Tales of an Indian Nets fan — how the Nets changed my life
Harshavardhan Ganesan is a lawyer in Singapore having moved from India recently. He grew up a Nets fan in Edison, NJ, during the Jason Kidd era. He takes on a long, winding and endearing ride through his fandom, what’s it like loving the a team from half a world away.
BACK TO THE FUTURE: For New Jersey fans, tonight means Nets are finally getting it
Lucas Kaplan writes of being a New Jersey Nets fan and how the Brooklyn Nets are finally paying homage to a place and an era with their City Edition unis and oh, that court! It may seem like nostalgia or even marketing, but it’s more than that.