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Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 19, 2019
Would Nets abandon pursuit of Kyrie Irving without getting a second star?!

Would Nets abandon pursuit of Kyrie Irving without getting a second star?!

What you talkin’ about, Woj?!? In an appearance on ESPN Wednesday morning, Adrian Wojnarowski suggested that the Nets might be hesitant to commit to Kyrie Irving if they can’t pair him with a second star ... and instead turn to D’Angelo Russell for their point guard needs. “What Brooklyn would like to have is not just Kyrie Irving, but a second star come in with him,” said Woj. “And obviously, Kevin Durant is that player.” At that point, Woj threw a bomb into Nets free agency discussions. “If they don’t get a second star, it will be interesting to see if Brooklyn wants to...
Nothin' But Nets Jun 19, 2019

2019 NBA Draft: What (we think) we know about Brooklyn Nets 2 picks

The NBA Draft is set for Thursday night at Barclays Center, with the Brooklyn Nets holding a pick late in the 1st round and at the start of the 2nd. With the NBA Draft coming up Thursday, it’s been difficult — as always — to get a sense of what the Brooklyn Nets will do […] 2019 NBA Draft: What (we think) we know about Brooklyn Nets 2 picks - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 19, 2019
And what about a big man? Will Nets address size in the Draft, free agency?

And what about a big man? Will Nets address size in the Draft, free agency?

When you look at the Nets roster, one thing stands out. At the moment, Brooklyn has one player taller than 6’10”, Jarrett Allen. Depending on who you read, Rodions Kurucs is 6’9” or 6’10”. Ed Davis is a legitimate 6’10” but he’s currently a free agent ... and the Nets are limited in what they can provide him. So, you’d have to think that securing a big man has to be a priority for Sean Marks, et al. Their top priority is securing Kevin Durant, but 1) there’s a lot of competition and 2) he won’t play next season. So what’s the back-up plan? Maybe, as Bobby Marks...
Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 19, 2019
Add Shams, Stein, Windhorst to pundits saying Kyrie Irving likely a Net

Add Shams, Stein, Windhorst to pundits saying Kyrie Irving likely a Net

It was a good night for Nets fans, less so for the Celtics. Shams Charania of The Athletic, Marc Stein of The Times and Brian Windhorst of ESPN all added their names to those who believe Kyrie Irving will likely sign with the Nets. Moreover, new information suggests that Al Horford, Boston’s center, will be moving on after opting out of the last year of his contract, making it a rough night in Beantown. Irving has been communicative and forthright with top Celtics officials since the season ended, with private and public signals that he will leave the organization in free agency —...
Nothin' But Nets Jun 18, 2019

Brooklyn Nets 2019 Offseason Preview

The Brooklyn Nets enter the 2019 offseason at a crossroads, with the cap space necessary to chase a star or two, but with areas that need to be improved. The 2018-19 season marked the turning point of the Sean Marks-Kenny Atkinson era with the Brooklyn Nets. A 14-win improvement and the team’s first playoff berth […] Brooklyn Nets 2019 Offseason Preview - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Nothin' But Nets Jun 18, 2019

Brooklyn Nets rumors: Ed Davis likely to sign multi-year deal elsewhere

According to a report, Brooklyn Nets backup center Ed Davis is likely to have a robust market in free agency and could land a multi-year deal elsewhere. The latest Brooklyn Nets rumors say that backup center Ed Davis is likely headed elsewhere, as a report indicates the veteran backup big man will be a sought-after […] Brooklyn Nets rumors: Ed Davis likely to sign multi-year deal elsewhere - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Nothin' But Nets Jun 18, 2019

Brooklyn Nets: 3 reasons Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving could change franchise

The Brooklyn Nets have never been a destination for star free agents, but that could change this summer if they land Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are two of the most exciting players in the NBA. The Brooklyn Nets have been rumored to have a chance to land both players […] Brooklyn Nets: 3 reasons Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving could change franchise - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Nothin' But Nets Jun 18, 2019

Brooklyn Nets: What can be learned from NBA Finals?

There are some lessons to be learned for the Brooklyn Nets from examining the Toronto Raptors’ win over the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. The NBA Finals, full of intrigue and history, are now in the record books. But just because they are complete doesn’t mean we should let them reach the distant […] Brooklyn Nets: What can be learned from NBA Finals? - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 18, 2019
Nets Draft 2019: Draft Night Wonders and Blunders

Nets Draft 2019: Draft Night Wonders and Blunders

We look back, back, back, at nearly 20 years of Nets Draft history. It’s an annual exercise and a lot of it is painful, if edifying. Of course, the last three years have far more pleasant than the years before. One thing that hasn’t changed. There will be surprises. That’s what makes it so much fun. As of Tuesday, the Nets have two picks, the 27th at the end of the first and the 31st at the very beginning of the second. In the past, we’ve put the list in chronological order, but this year, we decided to shake things up (and make it less difficult to withstand) by putting it in...
Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 17, 2019
Nets decline QO on Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, making him unrestricted free agent

Nets decline QO on Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, making him unrestricted free agent

In a move that was expected, the Nets have declined to make a qualifying offer to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, making him an unrestricted free agent this summer. Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news in a tweet. After Brooklyn declines to make a qualifying offer, F Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will become an unrestricted free agent, league sources tell ESPN. Hollis-Jefferson, 24, defends multiple positions well. For now, Nets have $46M in cap space.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 17, 2019 RHJ, the longest serving Net and the only player still left from the Billy King era, had a qualifying...
Nothin' But Nets Jun 17, 2019

Brooklyn Nets rumors: No qualifying offer for Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

Per a report, the Brooklyn Nets will not extend a qualifying offer to Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, making the longest-tenured Net an unrestricted free agent. Only one member of the Brooklyn Nets had remained on the roster general manager Sean Marks inherited in February 2016. According to a report, that will no longer be the case come […] Brooklyn Nets rumors: No qualifying offer for Rondae Hollis-Jefferson - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
SNY TV Jun 17, 2019

Nets clear more cap space, non-tender Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

The Nets non-tendered forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, making him an unrestricted free agent and clearing more cap space ahead of free agency.
Nothin' But Nets Jun 17, 2019

Brooklyn Nets: Resetting market after Anthony Davis domino falls

The New Orleans Pelicans reportedly have a deal in place to move Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers. How do the ripples affect the Brooklyn Nets? With all due respect to Allen Crabbe and the Brooklyn Nets, the biggest move of the NBA offseason thus far has taken shape with the reported trade that […] Brooklyn Nets: Resetting market after Anthony Davis domino falls - Nothin But Nets - Nothin But Nets - A Brooklyn Nets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 17, 2019
How deep a roster overhaul? Everyone from fans to players want to know

How deep a roster overhaul? Everyone from fans to players want to know

Moving parts, baby. As Spencer Dinwiddie tweeted Monday morning... pic.twitter.com/Kqqj7q3WK4— Spencer Dinwiddie (@SDinwiddie_25) June 17, 2019 With the Draft four days away and free agency another 10 days after that, the big question for the Nets front office ... and their players ... is what will the team’s roster look like when all is said and done? The Nets seem to be a good position with one of the game’s top players, Kyrie Irving. As Adrian Wojnarowski told his ESPN colleague Ryen Russillo over the weekend, “He is pretty focused on Brooklyn right now and Boston I think...
Net Income / NetsDaily Jun 16, 2019
DRAFT WATCH #8 - Four days away ... and a new prospect emerges

DRAFT WATCH #8 - Four days away ... and a new prospect emerges

Mock drafts are being torn up and redrawn on a daily basis at this time of year. In the last eight days, the Nets have traded their first round pick at No. 17 and the Lakers their fourth pick overall. Expect a lot of movement between now and 7:30 p.m. Thursday when the Commissioner steps to the stage and intones, “with the first pick of the 2019 NBA Draft, the New Orleans Pelicans select...” So, here’s our latest with only one pick in each round now and only four picks apart — Nos. 27 and 31. The No. 27 pick carries a guaranteed two-year deal with two team options starting at a...

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