NetsDaily game recaps.
Keon Johnson once again came off the bench to lead Long Island, scoring 26 points while 5-of-7 from deep.
The more things change...
Darius Bazley got some revenge Tuesday for being cut at the end of Nets training camp, going for 38 and 15 vs Long Island.
With Jalen Wilson and Noah Clowney once again in Brooklyn and Patrick Gardner with the Egyptian national team, the Long Island Nets lost again in Greensboro
Dennis Schröder’s Brooklyn debut could not have gone more swimmingly.
A skeleton crew manned Nassau Coliseum Wednesday night.
Kyrie Irving returned to the Barclays Center without much commotion, and the Dallas Mavericks won a particularly uninspiring game.
Jalen Wilson had 17 points and 16 rebounds while Keon Johnson went for 19 points in Long Island win.
Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors came into the Barclays Center, took Brooklyn’s crowd, then took their lunch money.
Keon Johnson scored 20 and Noah Clowney came up a rebound short of a double-double but Long Island lost to Capital City in Washington 119-106.
Kevin Durant’s return to the Barclays Center was a joyous one. For him, anyway.
Ben Simmons’ first game in nearly three months exceeded everybody’s expectations. It was an absolute joy.
They tried to blow it, they really did. A 28-point lead was whittled down to a single point. And yet, the Brooklyn Nets held on, with many thanks to a trusty friend.
We don’t believe in curses. Nope not us!
NBA or G League, the Nets had a rough time of it Tuesday. Long Island Nets missed two free throws late and lost to Motor City at Nassau Coliseum
The Nets treated their cross-borough rival to some hospitality in the fourth, letting them grab every offensive rebound on the way to blowing another late lead.
The Nets had it! They were outplaying the Clippers, no ifs and or buts! Then, a 22-0 run from the home team to add another contender for Brooklyn’s worst loss of the season.
The Long Island Nets have won three straight and Keon Johnson’s 3-point shooting in those games — 70.5% — is a big reason why.
Two days ago, it was Noah Clowney and Jalen Wilson combining for 55 points in a win. Friday night, it was Wilson and Keon Johnson putting up 55 in a win over Windy City.
The Nets set a franchise-record for points against the Lakers, turning a competitive contest into a rollicking blowout after halftime.
The Nets are running out of ways to create the most painful losses, whether against good teams or bad. It’s getting stale.
Long Island couldn’t defend, Stockton couldn’t miss and the Nets begin their West Coast trip with a loss.
That was awful. Horrific. Insert synonyms in French here.
Noah Clowney finished with only 12 points but nine of them came in Long Island’s big fourth quarter comeback
After his cameo vs. the Milwaukee Bucks, Nets draft pick has picked up his game.
The Nets were once again buried by an avalanche of 3-pointers, forcing OT but still suffering a dispiriting loss to Portland.
The Nets played one of their best halves of the season, a cathartic blowout of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Brooklyn almost blew it in the second half, but hey, a win is a win.
Keon Johnson who put up 12 points for Brooklyn last week vs. Milwaukee had a career-high 31 off the bench as Long Island defeated Westchester at Nassau Coliseum.