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NetsDaily 11 hours ago
With free agency on the horizon, Joe Harris makes it clear – Brooklyn is where he wants to be.

With free agency on the horizon, Joe Harris makes it clear – Brooklyn is where he wants to be.

Photo by Steven Ryan/ Quarantined like the rest of us, Joe Harris took some time out yesterday to chat with Nets play-by-play man Ian Eagle on the NBA’s Instagram Live. While much of the discussion between Harris and Eagle consisted of catching up, describing life in quarantine, and his love for the Sonics growing up as a Washington native, when asked about his year-by-year improvement with the Nets, Harris, an impending free agent, confirmed he’d love to make Brooklyn a long-term home. Joe Harris tells Ian Eagle on the NBA’s IG Live that in an ideal world, he’d like to spend...
Net Income / NetsDaily 15 hours ago
Was Taurean Prince ‘misplaced’ at the 4?

Was Taurean Prince ‘misplaced’ at the 4?

If at the time the Nets signed Taurean Prince, fans were told that the 25-year-old would average 12.1 points, a career-high six rebounds, play good if not great defense and lead the team in both 3-point shots and games played, fans would’ve probably nodded and said, that’s cool. Of course, if you added that Prince would hit a career-low in shooting percentage (37.6) and very close to a career low (33.9) in 3 point shooting, maybe the fans’ brows would arch a bit. There you have it: the ups and the downs, the yin and the yang, the love and the hate. The Nets have invested a lot in...
NetsDaily 15 hours ago
On this day one year back... The Brooklyn Nets clinch for the first time in three seasons

On this day one year back... The Brooklyn Nets clinch for the first time in three seasons

Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports During times of uncertainty, we’ve taken several trips down memory lane to fill the basketball void. On this day last year, the Brooklyn Nets clinched a playoff spot for the first time in three seasons following a win against the Indiana Pacers. With Ian Eagle narrating, the video ought to bring chills to Nets fans all around. Eagle starts by saying, “What a story,” as the camera focuses in on D’Angelo Russell, the castoff from Los Angeles who became the lottery pick Brooklyn never had. They shift to Kenny Atkinson and the coaching staff, then Nets...
Net Income / NetsDaily 16 hours ago
Forbes: Joe Tsai ninth richest sports team owner, second in NBA and New York

Forbes: Joe Tsai ninth richest sports team owner, second in NBA and New York

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via In an update to their list of richest sports team owners, two NBA owners —including Joe Tsai— are in the top ten but another NBA owner has lost more than 40 percent of his net worth. Tsai comes in ninth in the world with a Forbes estimated fortune of $10 billion. (Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index has the Nets owner at $11.2 billion.) That’s second among NBA owners to the Clippers’ Steve Ballmer who’s one of the world’s richest men at more than $50 billion. Tsai, owner of the Nets, Liberty and Barclays Center, is now the second...
NetsDaily Apr 6, 2020
GLUE GUYS PODCAST: Which Third Star Fits Best with Durant and Kyrie

GLUE GUYS PODCAST: Which Third Star Fits Best with Durant and Kyrie

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports In Part 1 of a two part series, The Glue Guys look at which available 3rd star would be the best fit next to Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Part 1 contains each of Brian and Mike’s ideal available 3rd star that would fit on and off the court with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. Part 2, which will come out Wednesday, focuses on TGG’s 2nd, 3rd and Wild Card choices.