Follow this link for the latest Dwight Howard-to-the-Nets trade rumors. The Nets are exploring a three-team deal with Portland.
With training camp less than two months away, we’re examining some burning questions with the Brooklyn Nets.Today’s question: Can they rebound?
Brooklyn Nets power forward Kris Humphries is a man of few words."My focus has always been on my family, faith and my job," said Humphries, who doesn't talk to media before games or frankly anyone as he gets in the zone.
MarShon Brooks thought he should’ve been drafted much earlier than 25th overall. He was right. Brooks, who was acquired by the Nets in a draft night deal with the Celtics, was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team on Tuesday.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- On Saturday during the third-annual Nets draft combine, which features potential second-round picks, center Brook Lopez popped out from behind closed doors at the PNY Center to take in some of the action.
Will he stay? ... Or will he go to Dallas? That’s what ESPN Dallas.com’s Jeff Caplan and Tim MacMahon argue in their latest Hot Button.
From a team press release: The Brooklyn Nets brand identity launch this past Monday morning has sparked widespread success in team merchandise sales, ticket sales, and Brooklynnets.
From a team press release: Brooklyn Nets general season tickets for the team’s inaugural 2012-13 NBA season at Barclays Center will go on sale Tuesday at 8:30 a.
Do you like it? Answer yes or no in the comments section. If no, give a reason why. Also, it is interesting to take a look back at some of the Nets logos over the years.
#HELLOBROOKLYN The Brooklyn Nets’ new logo was unveiled by CEO Brett Yormark on CNBC at 6:50 a.m. Monday morning at Barclays Center. The Nets have gotten rid of red, white and blue and went with black and white.
Check out our photo gallery of the Top 10 All-Time N.J. Nets!The Nets are leaving New Jersey. Does anybody care? How will people remember the N.J. Nets?
An observation made by this reporter the morning after while at Devils morning skate before Game 6. There are Devils banners, Seton Hall banners and Liberty banners, but no Nets banners.
Even though they’re moving from New Jersey to Brooklyn next season, Kris Humphries wants to stay with the Nets. “Of course,” Humphries replied when asked if he wants to re-sign with the Nets.
That was the hashtag found on the Nets’ official website’s splash page shortly following the team’s final game after 35 years in New Jersey.
Here’s the Nets thoughts on their last game in New Jersey: Avery Johnson“Yeah, I was just talking to P.J. Carlesimo about that going out to begin the second half.
Eighteen years later, “Whoop-de-damn-do” lives on. In 1994, Derrick Coleman famously uttered those words when asked about Kenny Anderson missing practice.