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Net Income / NetsDaily 6 hours ago
The struggle for space and time at the bottom of Nets roster

The struggle for space and time at the bottom of Nets roster

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via If and when the NBA returns to play, the Nets will have a decision to make. As we noted in the past, if the front office and coaching staff want to play Chris Chiozza in the post-season, they will have to sign him to a standard NBA contract. Chiozza averaged 10.5 ppg in five games —four of them wins— before the break. Problem is he’s still on his two-way deal and two-way players are prohibited from participating in the playoffs. That means someone else will have to be waived ... unless Sean Marks and Long Island GM Matt Riccardi can think of...
NetsDaily 9 hours ago
Devin Cannady: ‘I want to do my part to make sure that the basketball community stays connected’

Devin Cannady: ‘I want to do my part to make sure that the basketball community stays connected’

Photo by Christian Bonin/NBAE via Devin Cannady, the Long Island Nets shooting guard, is like most of us staying inside to avoid the coronavirus. But the Princeton University product isn’t sitting still. He’s set up what amounts to a dribbling school for anyone who wants to sign up. On Friday, Cannady finished his tenth dribbling class in his ISOwDev Ball Handling Class. It runs on Zoom. With him at his suburban home and his students scattered around living rooms and family rooms in the New York area and beyond, Here’s how he’s described it... The class, which...
Net Income / NetsDaily 20 hours ago
Kevin Garnett becomes first Brooklyn Net elected to Hall of Fame

Kevin Garnett becomes first Brooklyn Net elected to Hall of Fame

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ Kevin Garnett, who played 96 games for the Nets in a season and a half, has officially became the first Brooklyn Net to be chosen for the Basketball Hall of Fame. The announcement came from the Hall in Springfield, Mass. Congratulations to the Class of 2020. The Road To SPRINGFIELD starts now. #20HoopClass : https://t.co/YjsHXt5feT : https://t.co/SaTjBX6R7t pic.twitter.com/Zt6HH91VUG— Basketball HOF (@Hoophall) April 4, 2020 KG joined the Nets as a result of the 2013 trade with the Celtics. He was 37 at the time and on the downside of a career that...
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 4, 2020
Governor Cuomo gives shoutout to Joe Tsai for helping state get needed ventilators

Governor Cuomo gives shoutout to Joe Tsai for helping state get needed ventilators

Photo by Michael Kovac/ As the caseload and death toll mount in New York State, the biggest need has been ventilators to help coronavirus patients breathe. And later Saturday, a shipment of 1,000 will arrive at JFK, a shipment facilitated by Nets owner Joe Tsai. New York Governor thanked Tsai, the Joe and Clara Tsai Foundation, and Jack Ma, who along with Tsai founded Alibaba, the giant Chinese e-commerce company in a tweet ... We finally got some good news today.The Chinese government helped facilitate a donation of 1,000 ventilators that will arrive in JFK today.I thank the Chinese...
NetsDaily Apr 4, 2020
Kevin Durant upset in first round of NBA2K Tournament

Kevin Durant upset in first round of NBA2K Tournament

Not an auspicious Nets debut for Kevin Durant. Kevin Durant, who entered the first-ever NBA 2K Players Tournament as the No. 1 seed, faced an early exit from the tournament Friday night following a first round loss to Derrick Jones Jr of the Miami Heat. The tournament was played through Xbox One as the NBA players faced off in the comfort of their living spaces. Durant played as the Los Angeles Clippers while Jones Jr. played with the Milwaukee Bucks. The game remained close up until the third quarter. Jones Jr. caught fire from deep, hitting three shots from deep, leaving Durant to sit up...
Nothin' But Nets Apr 4, 2020

Brooklyn Nets: When it comes to NBA 2K, Kevin Durant is just like the rest of us

Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant had a couple of relatable soundbites in his opening-round exit in the first-ever 2K players-only tournament on Friday night. Who doesn’t love some friendly banter with friends, or completely random strangers in the case of online settings, when playing the most recent installment of the NBA 2K franchise? We all […] Brooklyn Nets: When it comes to NBA 2K, Kevin Durant is just like the rest of us - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 4, 2020
ESSAY: Time to shut it down

ESSAY: Time to shut it down

Photo by Jeenah Moon/ On Friday, Rich Kleiman, Kevin Durant’s manager and business part, said what an increasing number of people are thinking: It’s time to just say, it’s over. Too much is going on. Lets end the season and move on, he told ESPN... “It’s hard to me to imagine that an NBA season could return when you hear the number of casualties predicted, when you hear the number of people who will be afflicted by this. And to think these guys can just go. You know what. I do understand that all of us are working within these conditions, for sure. Maybe some things are just...
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 3, 2020
Nets new two-way strategy producing results

Nets new two-way strategy producing results

Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports Remember Yacouba Outtara? How about Jacob Wiley? Probably not. They were the first two-way contracts the Nets signed back in 2017. Neither made it. Outtara, a 6’4” guard, is playing for Monaco in the French League. Wiley, a 6’8” power forward, is playing for Panathinakos, a Euroleague team in Greece. Since that initial foray, the Nets have slowly changed their strategy with two-ways specifically and the G League in general. Just this season, the Nets have found two rotation players, Timothe’ Luwawu-Cabarrot and Chris Chiozza and they like...
Nothin' But Nets Apr 3, 2020

Brooklyn Nets: Does Jacque Vaughn have a chance?

With the Brooklyn Nets in the market for a new head coach, does their current interim have a chance at landing the full-time gig? It’s no secret, the Brooklyn Nets’ immediate future is centered around winning an NBA title and flooding the streets of their respective borough in jubilation with their fans once such is […] Brooklyn Nets: Does Jacque Vaughn have a chance? - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 2, 2020
STASH REPORT: Hollinger sees Isaia Cordinier as best bet

STASH REPORT: Hollinger sees Isaia Cordinier as best bet

Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Before he signed on with The Athletic this season, John Hollinger had spent eight years as Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Grizzlies. So he knows the NBA Draft, has watched a lot of tape, some of it grainy from overseas. He and Alex Schiffer teamed up Thursday to take a look at the four European stashes the Nets have accumulated over the years in drafts and trades. A fifth stash, Aaron White, plays in Europe but is an American who played at Iowa. And technically, the Long Island Nets Jaylen Hands is also technically a stash. Hollinger and...
NetsDaily Apr 2, 2020
GLUE GUYS PODCAST: Sean Marks Still Won’t Say When KD is Coming Back

GLUE GUYS PODCAST: Sean Marks Still Won’t Say When KD is Coming Back

Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports The Glue Guys take a scalpel to Nets GM Sean Marks’ recent comments on the possibilities that Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant may come back this season, if there is a season. Subscribe on iTunes Follow on Twitter @BKGlueGuys
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 2, 2020
Caris LeVert likely to be center piece of Nets summer ... until he isn’t

Caris LeVert likely to be center piece of Nets summer ... until he isn’t

Photo by Chris Elise/NBAE via NBA free agency, like everything else, is up in the air but one thing seems certain: the Nets summer will revolve around Caris LeVert’s future. If the Nets front office believes the soon-to-be fifth year player is a third star, behind Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving look for them to have a less active off-season than if they think they need to acquire a star or superstar in a trade. As any Nets fan can tell you, LeVert had a hell of a week before the NBA suspended play: a 51-point game in a win over the Celtics (only the ninth 50 point game the Nets NBA...
Nothin' But Nets Apr 2, 2020

Brooklyn Nets: How should the team deal with injuries if the season returns?

When the season started the thought of Kevin Durant playing this year was just an afterthought; it was also believed Kyrie Irving would miss the remainder of the season healing his right shoulder. But the unthinkable has happened. March 11, 2020, a date that will live in infamy forever throughout the NBA spectrum; it meant […] Brooklyn Nets: How should the team deal with injuries if the season returns? - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 2, 2020
Jamal Crawford: Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will need some time to ‘figure it out’

Jamal Crawford: Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will need some time to ‘figure it out’

Photo by Michael Reaves/ In an interview with Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, NBA veteran Jamal Crawford said Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving will need some time “to figure it out and work their way through,” once they get on the court together. But the 19-year veteran thinks the Nets two superstars will figure it out not just because of their combined talent, but because of their friendship. “Absolutely. Without a doubt. They’ll have moments where they have to figure it out and work their way through,” Crawford said on Scoop B Radio with Brandon Robinson. “Those moments may...
Net Income / NetsDaily Apr 1, 2020
ALL NETS PLAYERS, STAFF, TRAVELING PARTY FREE OF CORONAVIRUS SYMPTOMS

ALL NETS PLAYERS, STAFF, TRAVELING PARTY FREE OF CORONAVIRUS SYMPTOMS

Sean Marks told a media conference call Wednesday that the four Nets who tested positive for coronavirus are now symptom-free. All players, coaching staff, front office and the entire traveling party are now free of the virus. The Nets announcement means all 12 NBA players who tested positive have been declared symptoms-free. On Tuesday, the Lakers made a similar announcement about two of their players. Five of the 12 —Kevin Durant on the Nets, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell on the Jazz, Marcus Smart on the Celtics and Christian Wood on the Pistons — have been identified. The rest...

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