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Judy Reznick, ‘Mrs. Whammy’ and a fan in her own right, passes away at 87

One half of the Whammys, the couple who became Brooklyn celebrities while hexing opponents at Barclays Center, has died.

Thank You Tom, Welcome Back Pooch!

Quinn: Suns 2029 first most valuable traded pick in NBA

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.

Farewell to Joe E. Buckets, shotmaker extraordinaire

On 10th anniversary of Boston trade, a look back at how it happened, lessons learned

The worst trade in NBA history? It’s right up there. Today is its 10th anniversary. The only celebrants wear green.

With less than 48 hours to go, we are now in the ‘Sean Marks Trade Zone’

Draft Night Wonders and Blunders:  Nearly a quarter century worth of Net Draft Nights

From the last time the Nets had the overall No. 1 to last year’s lack of any picks, our annual historical perspective on the Nets draft history.

Bruce Brown dishes on Brooklyn Nets departure, team culture

The Denver Nuggets’ sixth man went on the Dan LeBatard show to chat about his former franchise

Spencer Dinwiddie ‘super excited’ about Nets future with ‘bunch of good dudes’

Spencer Dinwiddie spoke to Gilbert Arenas recently about the Nets and the NBA’s future. He’s optimistic about both.

Ten years after, Jason Collins reflects on how he changed the NBA — and sports — landscape

It’s been 10 yeas since Jason Collins came out as a gay man in a Sports Illustrated cover story. He spoke with The Athletic about where things stand.

For Mikal Bridges, milestones beckon on final day of season

Mikal Bridges by the numbers ... and oh, what sweet numbers they are!

ESPN: how the trade of Kevin Durant went down

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.

James Harden on Nets: not enough ‘structure’

Nets waiting on history: a clean injury report!

Barclays Center at 10 years: How a ‘cold call’ got Barclays Bank on board

DRAFT WATCH: Nets picks are limited short-term

Matt Riccardi, Nets Scouting Director and Long Island GM, leaving for Mavs job

Post: How a late tweak to NYC’s vaccine mandate changed everything

IF Nets lose Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, where would it rank in NBA failures?

Draft Night Wonders and Blunders: No picks (so far) edition

‘Sean Marks Trade Zone?’ Nets GM’s history suggests deals within 48 hours of Draft

Kenny Atkinson’s hire with the Hornets brings back memories of his departure from Nets

How Kevin Durant’s agreement to a sign-and-trade in 2019 benefited Warriors ... and Nets

In ‘Voice of the Nets’ podcast, Jason Collins talks with Chris Carrino about coming out, Jason Kidd

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.

Kevin Durant named to 2021-22 All-NBA Second Team

How Marc Cuban came to defend his bench mob with a Nets video

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.

Regrets? He has a few but Brett Yormark did his way

Arnovitz: In Superteam culture, things don’t always go as planned. Ask the Nets


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