Posts regarding Nets history.
The ex-Net joined JJ Redick’s The Old Man and the Three podcast, and dipped into his time in Brooklyn
Brooklyn’s general manager preached the virtues of long-term flexibility, but didn’t specify a timeline for their re-tooling.
His jersey will probably never hang in the rafters, but what about a tribute video.
The Nets sent Kevin Durant to the Phoenix Suns in a classic superstar trade: young players and picks for the aging star. Christmas in Phoenix made it look like Nets did well.
Yup, only time will tell and maybe a long time.
Vaughn is no stranger to coaching in the NBA, but with job security, a full training camp, and a hand-picked staff, his players are noticing his newfound comfort.
One half of the Whammys, the couple who became Brooklyn celebrities while hexing opponents at Barclays Center, has died.
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.
The worst trade in NBA history? It’s right up there. Today is its 10th anniversary. The only celebrants wear green.
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.
The Denver Nuggets’ sixth man went on the Dan LeBatard show to chat about his former franchise
Spencer Dinwiddie spoke to Gilbert Arenas recently about the Nets and the NBA’s future. He’s optimistic about both.
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.
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.