Nets Trade Rumors
We take a deep dive into what happened before 3:00 p.m. Thursday. No big deals of course but there are some interesting details.
It’s annual tradition, NBA pundits look at all aspects of a trade and life a professor take out their red pens and mark things up.
The direction of the franchise remains as clear as ever. But is it the right path?
The Nets beefed up their point guard position and brought back an old friend Thursday in their first deadline day trade
As the day drags on till 3:00 p.m. ET, we will be firing up updates. This is the first.
Nets are in conversations as both a buyer and seller, reports Brian Windhorst and interest remains in their two 3-and-D types, but nothing has happened yet.
It’s all quiet for now. However, tomorrow??
Thursday at 3:00 p.m. is fast approaching but increasingly it looks like the Nets will be a seller, not a buyer.
Thursday’s deadline approaches and the rumors keep flying, but will any really become real phone calls to the Commissioner’s Office?
Ben Simmons injury deemed minor, Nets expect him back vs. his old team.
Names, names, names keep popping up with a week to go before the trade deadline.
In another indication that the Nets aren’t interested in a rebuild, Mike Scotto reports Brooklyn rejected an offer of the remaining picks from Harden trade for Mikal Bridges.
With nine days to go before the trade deadline, Brian Windhorst takes the league’s temperature and suggests an old friend could return.
Interest in the Nets two 3-and-D veterans continue to rise but Nets are close-mouth about their goals.
The trade deadline is February 8, 18 days from Monday and as you might expect, the rumor mill is turning faster.
Add two more possibilities to the trade mill grist.
One night, you win a game with a buzzer beater, the next day, you’re in trade rumors. Such is life for an NBA player.
What’s the market for Nic Claxton this summer and how much will the Nets be willing to pay.
Everyone seems to believe Dejounte Murray is a good addition for the Nets, but that doesn’t mean he’s a target.
The trade deadline is six weeks away and most deals get done around then, but rumors have begun.
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.
Windhorst: Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks could be in bidding war for Donovan Mitchell but not soon
There’s a lot of speculation that the Cavs will put Donovan Mitchell on the market. No decision on yet, says Brian Windhorst, but a bidding war is likely if they do.