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Nets know free agent they want but have to outbid these teams

The NBA playoffs are down to four teams, but it was the Euroleague semifinals on Nets general manager Sean Marks’ mind. The Nets scouted Milos Teodosic for at least the fourth time this season, a clear sign the Serbian point guard is the team’s top free-agent priority. Marks traveled to Russia twice to watch Teodosic...
Via New York Post
17 hours ago

Brooklyn Nets: Is Jeremy Lin the answer at point guard?

This season has been a season to forget for Brooklyn Nets fans. Long gone are the days of Jason Kidd leading the then New Jersey Nets on deep playoff runs, and more recently, an aging Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce bringing toughness to a Brooklyn Nets team that wanted to establish dominance in the New York market. Nowadays, the Nets resemble a D-League team. Not even an avid NBA...
Via isportsweb.com
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets: What if the Nets had the first overall pick?

Remember when it seemed like the Brooklyn Nets were going to challenge the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference? Remember when the acquisition of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Jason Terry was going to turn the Nets into a title contender? Yeah, well, we all know how that one turned out. Arguably the worst trade in NBA history is coming back to haunt the Nets wants again as the...
Via isportsweb.com
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Will Nets as well as Knicks have players on Team Latvia?

The Latvian national team is shaping up nicely as the FIBA European championships approach. There’s Kristaps Porzingis, the Knicks star, to anchor the club in the competition. And two European players, both of whom the Nets have scouted (at a high level), will also be on the roster. Rodions Kurucs, a 6’9” small forward, and Anzejs Pasecniks, a 7’2” center, were scouted...
Via Nets Daily
1 day ago

NetsDaily Off-Season Report No. 6

And we’re back, for our 10th big year! Every weekend, we’ll be updating the Nets’ off-season with bits and pieces of information, gossip, etc. to help take the edge off 20-62. A lot of this week’s report is ICYMI, in case you missed it. It was a busy week and there were intriguing possibilities laid out along the way that may have gotten missed ... or not given the attention...
Via Nets Daily
1 day ago

Nets scouting Latvian ‘baby’ in mold of Bojan Bogdanovic

The Nets traded small forward Bojan Bogdanovic at February’s deadline, and they have been scouting wings ever since. Last month, general manager Sean Marks admitted the position, on a roster riddled with holes, is the biggest one the Nets must fix. Though they will eye pricey free agents Otto Porter and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, the Nets...
Via New York Post
1 day ago

Brooklyn Nets among teams interested in J.J. Redick

Via FOX Sports
4 days ago

Bob Ferry, basketball lifer, Nets scout

The Nets scouts are a varied lot. Khalid Green coached Bishop Loughlin High School, the school closest to Barclays Center. Shelden Williams played for the Nets and a lot of other teams. Danko Cvjeticanin won Olympic silver medals with two different countries playing alongside Drazen Petrovic. Then, there’s Bob Ferry who turns 80 later this month. The 6’8” power forward from...
Via Nets Daily
4 days ago

Trajan Langdon a candidate for Hawks GM job

Former Duke star Trajan Langdon is emerging as a candidate for the Atlanta Hawks GM job, according to a report.WSB TV’s Zach Klein reports that the Hawks would like to speak with Langdon, who is an assistant GM for the Brooklyn Nets. Langdon has only been with the Nets’ front office for a year, but he was a scout with the Spurs for a handful of seasons before that.One thing that...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nets get the worst possible result to a deal they already lost

When the Nets made their infamous trade with the Celtics in 2013, team owner Mikhail Prokhorov said “the basketball gods smiled on” his team. It turns out they actually were laughing at the Nets, and the punch line was Boston winning Tuesday’s NBA lottery and getting the top overall pick at Brooklyn’s expense. One of...
Via New York Post
5 days ago

Brooklyn Nets: Who to target

The Brooklyn Nets come into the offseason with nearly $30 million in cap space and plenty of holes to fill. One thing that can be learned by watching the postseason is that there is a clear power balance at the top of both conferences. The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers seem destined to face each other again for a third straight year in the NBA finals. With this...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeremy Lin: Racist remarks from fans, opponents were worse in college

Jeremy Lin is one of the most prominent Asian American athletes in the country, but it’s probably no surprise to hear that he has dealt with racist insults from fans and opponents alike.However, the Brooklyn Nets guard said that the worst of it came in college, not in the NBA.“The worst was at Cornell when I was being called a c—k,” Lin said on the “Outside Shot with Randy...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

David Stern blasts Nets for resting starters

Resting players is a major topic in the NBA right now and former commissioner David Stern has finally weighed in on the matter.In some ways, resting players is part of a playoff team’s strategy down the stretch and a byproduct of the NBA’s brutal schedule. Teams want to win titles and entering the playoffs well-rested can help.But for teams out of the running there is little...
Via The Sports Daily
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Garnett: “I’m not a host, bro. I’m not going to be able to get through tag lines.”

Plenty of former athletes have gone into broadcasting, but most frequently in the well-defined traditional roles of color commentators or studio analysts. We’re starting to see more unusual spins on that, though, and one of the most interesting may be what Turner Sports is doing with Kevin Garnett. Rather than put Garnett on their Inside the NBA panel or assign him to color commentary...
Via Awful Announcing
April 18, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Brooklyn Nets GM Sean Marks shares offseason vision

Brooklyn Nets GM Sean Marks talks about evaluating the roster during the offseason after his team finished last in the Eastern Conference.
Via SNY
April 18, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Brooklyn Nets say goodbye to season on break up day

Jeremy Lin, Spencer Dinwiddie, and Brook Lopez look back on a Brooklyn Nets season that ended on an optimistic note, despite an NBA-worst 20-62 record.
Via SNY
April 14, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kenny Atkinson reflects on the Nets' season

Brooklyn Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson reflects on his first season as a NBA head coach and the challenges he faced throughout the season.
Via YES Network
April 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Top Mikhail Prokhorov advisor leaving Nets

After clinching the worst record in the NBA for the 2016-17 season and not even having a high lottery pick to show for it, the Brooklyn Nets got another gut punch of sorts on Wednesday.Chris Mannix of The Vertical reports that Irina Pavlova, a top advisor to billionaire owner Mikhail Prokhorov and one of the NBA’s highest ranking female executives, will be leaving the Nets next...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Aaron Gordon throws down off-the-backboard alley-oop dunk with one shoe

The Orlando Magic pulled off a play that looked straight out of a streetball game on Thursday night against the Brooklyn Nets. Of course, a streetball game may present better defense than what the 2016-17 Nets have to offer.With under two minutes to go in the third quarter, Orlando’s Mario Hezonja threw a no-look pass to Elfrid Payton, who threw an off-the-backboard pass to Aaron...
Via The Comeback
April 06, 2017  |  Discuss

For the Nets, what a difference a year made

Real-life people were heard chanting “Brooklyn, Brooooooklyn” at a NBA game recently.  Not at the Barclays Center though, which, more often than not, has hosted the chants of the opposing teams temporarily taking residence in its minimalist walls. It was actually Wells Fargo Center, the home of the Philadelphia 76ers. On Tuesday night, as the Nets walloped the similarly downtrodden...
Via Brooklyn Balling
April 06, 2017  |  Discuss

2017 NBA Offseason Preview: Brooklyn Nets

Despite it seeming like an interminable rebuild, the Brooklyn Nets are actually just completing year two of being out of the playoffs. Brooklyn is a near lock to finish at the bottom of the NBA standings and head into the lottery with the best odds at the first overall pick. Unfortunately, whatever pick Brooklyn lands will be swapped with the Celtics' pick, as the Nets fulfill their...
Via RealGM - NBA
April 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Finding reasons for optimism in Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Nets are nearly a lock to earn the infamous "worst team of the year" title. With future franchise-rebuilding assets headed up the coast to a division rival and a roster barren of talent, this Nets club has little appeal -- just a poorly run team reaping what they sowed (or more fittingly, forgot to). Those Nets knew this was going to be the start of multiple year slog...
Via RealGM - NBA
March 30, 2017  |  Discuss
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