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  • Brooklyn Nets continue positioning franchise for future

    Brooklyn Nets continue positioning franchise for future

    The Brooklyn Nets doubled down on what has been an active offseason in New York. General manager Sean Marks has swung two deals that maintain financial flexibility while adding draft assets. In one deal, Marks shipped point guard Jeremy Lin to Atlanta in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick and the...
  • Brooklyn Nets continue to push pace with latest signings

    Brooklyn Nets continue to push pace with latest signings

    The free agent signing period opened at 12:01 a.m. on July 1, and the Brooklyn Nets wasted no time in making moves. General manager Sean Marks re-signed sharpshooter Joe Harris to a 2-year, $16 million deal, and he added hustle player Ed Davis for 1-year, $4.4 million.  The moves signal the Nets...
  • Will Brooklyn Nets look to make free agent splash?

    Will Brooklyn Nets look to make free agent splash?

    Ever since Sean Marks took over as general manager of the Brooklyn Nets, he has tried to be creative in his pursuit of assets. He has looked to move veterans for draft picks and talented, young players, and he has looked to make additions through restricted free agency. Previously, Marks made plays...
  • Brooklyn Nets, Dwight Howard to negotiate buyout

    Brooklyn Nets, Dwight Howard to negotiate buyout

    The Brooklyn Nets were universally praised for their ability to open up cap space in the 2019-2020 summer by trading Timofey Mozgov and several second-round draft picks to the Charlotte Hornets for Dwight Howard. As it currently stands, the cap space is the lone takeaway in the deal. According to...
  • Brooklyn Nets positioned for future after Dwight Howard trade

    Brooklyn Nets positioned for future after Dwight Howard trade

    The Brooklyn Nets made the first big splash of the 2018 offseason, acquiring Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard. In exchange, the Nets sent the Hornets center Timofey Mozgov and two second-round picks.  For the Hornets, they get financial relief, as Howard is slated to make $23.7 million next...
  • Brooklyn Nets have wealth of draft options

    Brooklyn Nets have wealth of draft options

    Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks has proven to be a crafty decision-maker, especially in the absence of assets. When the Nets host the NBA Draft on Thursday night at Barclays Center, he will finally have some options. Even though the Nets do not control their own pick–which goes to the...
  • Brooklyn Nets complete transfer of minority ownership stake

    Brooklyn Nets complete transfer of minority ownership stake

    The Brooklyn Nets have had a changing of the guard in their ownership ranks. While Mikhail Prokhorov will retain majority interest in the franchise, he sold a 49-percent minority stake to Joe Tsai. Tsai will have the ability to become the controlling owner in three years, as he can acquire further...
  • LA Clippers giveaways: Kids get a free Chuck toothbrush holder on March 4

    LA Clippers giveaways: Kids get a free Chuck toothbrush holder on March 4

    With the LA Clippers set to play more home games, fans attending Staples Center have the opportunity to take advantage of new promotional activities. When the Clippers play host to the visiting Brooklyn Nets on March 4, the first 4,000 kids in attendance will receive a Heart of LA Chuck Toothbrush...
  • Brooklyn Nets’ D’Angelo Russell searching for rhythm in return from injury

    Brooklyn Nets’ D’Angelo Russell searching for rhythm in return from injury

    After nine weeks of rehabilitation following a knee injury, Brooklyn Nets guard D’Angelo Russell is understandably rusty. While he will eventually regain his legs and form, the challenge for him and the Nets is to integrate him back into the rotation. Head coach Kenny Atkinson has played Russell...
  • Top 10 best Brooklyn-New Jersey Nets players ever

    Top 10 best Brooklyn-New Jersey Nets players ever

    The Brooklyn Nets have endured several down seasons, but they appear to be on the path back to respectability. With a forward-thinking general manager and a blue-collar head coach, better days are ahead for the Nets. As we look toward the future with this franchise, we stop to take a lot at the 1...
  • Opportunity is Brooklyn Nets’ calling card

    Opportunity is Brooklyn Nets’ calling card

    The Brooklyn Nets do not have many household names on their roster, but head coach Kenny Atkinson has found a way to get the most out of his players. For starters, he’s given them all an opportunity; something that wasn’t available elsewhere. The likes of Spencer Dinwiddie, Joe Harris, and Quincy...
  • Kenny Atkinson getting most out of Brooklyn Nets

    Kenny Atkinson getting most out of Brooklyn Nets

    When analyzing the best coaching performances in the NBA, it is important to take stock of initial expectations. Brad Stevens–with the loss of Gordon Hayward–and Nate McMillan–following the trade of superstar Paul George–both fall into that category. Another less heralded job has been the work of...
  • Brooklyn Nets’ Caris LeVert matures into versatile guard

    Brooklyn Nets’ Caris LeVert matures into versatile guard

    Even though Brooklyn Nets’ second-year guard Caris LeVert got off to a slow start to the 2017-18 season, he’s finally starting to hit his stride. LeVert is currently in the midst of the best stretch of his career after tallying 21 points and 10 assists in a win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. The...
  • Reports: Brooklyn Nets swing trade for Jahlil Okafor

    Reports: Brooklyn Nets swing trade for Jahlil Okafor

    As is Sean Marks’ mantra, he’s willing to buy low for the sake of development. The general manager of the Brooklyn Nets has swung a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers for center Jahlil Okafor, according to ESPN. In the deal, the Nets will also receive guard Nik Stauskas and a second-round draft pick...
  • NBA, Brooklyn Nets set to host Mexico City Games

    NBA, Brooklyn Nets set to host Mexico City Games

    In its continued effort to expand the global reach of the NBA, a pair of NBA games will be played in Mexico this week. The Brooklyn Nets will host two games, one against the Oklahoma City Thunder and the other against the Miami Heat, on Dec. 7 and Dec. 9, respectively. The two games mark the 25th...
  • Spencer Dinwiddie thriving with Brooklyn Nets

    Spencer Dinwiddie thriving with Brooklyn Nets

    When the Brooklyn Nets lost both D’Angelo Russell and Jeremy Lin to knee injuries, the team seemed to be heading down a familiar path. With Lin gone for the season and Russell nursing a knee injury that normally requires six weeks of rehabilitation, the Nets turned to reserve guard Spencer Dinwiddie...
  • DeMarre Carroll finds footing with Brooklyn Nets

    DeMarre Carroll finds footing with Brooklyn Nets

    After two injury plagued seasons with the Toronto Raptors, Brooklyn Nets forward DeMarre Carroll has recaptured the form that made him such a valuable piece of the 60-win Atlanta Hawks of 2014-15. Carroll has instilled leadership and a veteran presence in a youthful roster. He has also had an...
  • Trevor Booker helping Brooklyn Nets with hustle

    Trevor Booker helping Brooklyn Nets with hustle

    Trevor Booker is making the most of his opportunity with the Brooklyn Nets. Starting in place of the injured Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, the double-double machine keyed two recent wins for the Nets on their three-game road trip. While Booker is not the flashy player customarily associated with up-tempo...
  • Allen Crabbe steps into star role for Brooklyn Nets

    Allen Crabbe steps into star role for Brooklyn Nets

    When the 2017-18 season began, the talk around the Brooklyn Nets centered on the team’s backcourt. After significant injuries to Jeremy Lin (season-ending) and D’Angelo Russell (indefinitely), head coach Kenny Atkinson is searching for answers. One of them is Allen Crabbe. The Nets paid a hefty...
  • Spencer Dinwiddie taking advantage of rare opportunity in Brooklyn

    Spencer Dinwiddie taking advantage of rare opportunity in Brooklyn

    Coming into the 2017-18 season, Brooklyn Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie was an afterthought. Sure, he enjoyed a productive 2016-17 campaign, but the acquisitions of D’Angelo Russell and Allen Crabbe, plus the improved health of Jeremy Lin, seemed to signal a diminished role. Dinwiddie keeps...
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