Andrei Kirilenko has taken a leave of absence from the Brooklyn Nets for "personal reasons." According to Rod Boone of Newsday, the Nets announced on Friday that Kirilenko wouldn't make a road trip with the team to Oklahoma City andShow More Summary
New coaches create new tendencies. Lionel Hollins is still learning his own. Hollins is playing around with the Brooklyn Nets' big man rotation enough that, outside of the minutes for Mirza Teletovic, we haven't really seen a constant...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets are off to a disappointing start this season, but Friday night they head to Oklahoma City to face a Thunder team that continues to play without its two stars. The Nets need this. Here’s ESPN New York with more: The Brooklyn Nets have lost five straight games and are coming off an exhausting and grueling [...]
Once again, Jason Kidd left Brooklyn with the Nets in a mess. They are hoping a trip to play the Thunder will again clean it up.
Brooklyn Nets fans weren’t exactly thrilled to see their team’s old head coach Wednesday night. Jason Kidd showed up in BK for the first time since leaving for Milwaukee, and […] The post Jason Kidd Booed in Return to Brooklyn (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
They had no business being here, three overtimes in on the second night of a back-to-back, the veteran-laden Brooklyn Nets swinging for the knockout punch. Lottery teams don’t dare care this much. Lottery teams don't dare refuse to die. Thing is, nobody told the Milwaukee Bucks how to heed the script. Show More Summary
The suddenly surging Milwaukee Bucks looked to continue their recent run of success when they took on the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night. The Bucks had won two straight and four of their last five, and they faced a reeling Nets squad that had lost four straight. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Jason Kidd jeered Nets management on Wednesday night, and then an angry Brooklyn audience jeered him right back, hooted at him when he first walked on the court, taunted him during the anthem and then booed him loudest and longest at his introduction.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Knight went from hero to goat in a matter of seconds against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night. With the game tied in the final seconds of the first overtime, Knight intercepted a pass by the Nets' Joe Johnson. Show More Summary
Brooklyn Nets center Jason Collins announced his retirement from the NBA today. He was the first openly gay active player in the U.S.’s four major sports leagues. Photo by Andrew Theodorakis/NY Daily News via Getty Images After a 13-year career in the NBA, Jason Collins, the first openly gay professional basketball player, is retiring. Show More Summary
Jason Kidd revealed a distrust of the Nets' front office and a desire to get past his messy departure from the franchise when he returned to Brooklyn as coach of the Milwaukee Bucks.
The former Nets coach is back in Brooklyn on Wednesday night leading the Milwaukee Bucks. Jason Kidd is back in Brooklyn for the first time since leaving the Nets for the Milwaukee Bucks this past summer over an alleged power struggle within the organization. Show More Summary
Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player, has announced he's retiring from the league. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jason Collins Brooklyn Nets
Brooklyn Nets center Jason Collins, the first openly gay player in the NBA, announced his plans to retire from the league on Wednesday. See also: Jason Collins Gives Matthew Shepard's Parents No. 98 Jersey The announcement comes 18 months...Show More Summary
With Jason Kidd returning to Barclays Center Wednesday night, Nets ownership has apparently flipped the script regarding its feelings for the former Brooklyn Nets coach, whose failed Brooklyn power play paved his way to Milwaukee.
Earlier this month, Jason Kidd declined to engage in a war of words with Mikhail Prokhorov after the Nets owner had fired a few salvos at him over his messy Brooklyn exit.
The Golden State Warriors looked to recapture their early-season form on Thursday night when they took on the Brooklyn Nets. The Warriors had lost two straight after ripping off five straight wins to open the season, but the Nets posed a stern test, having won two of their last three. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The schedule called for a tough one and the Nets weren’t ready. They were just overmatched and overwhelmed. Brooklyn dropped its second in a row Thursday, falling to a quicker Warriors team, 107-99, as the defense sputtered again and Brook Lopez continued a disturbing trend of failing to rebound.
Steph Curry can probably hit this shot all day. Stephen Curry seems to have a new pre-game ritual: draining a shot from the tunnel. He hit another one before the Golden State Warriors tip-off against the Brooklyn Nets: Note the factShow More Summary
Joe Johnson and the Brooklyn Nets continue their Western Conference road trip against the Golden State Warriors Thursday. It's the first meeting between the two teams this season. Tipoff : 10:30 p.m. ET Coverage: TNT Injuries (via CBS...Show More Summary