The Brooklyn Nets may have lost the battle for New York, but they won the war. Tuesday night's 109-98 loss to the New York Knicks sealed a 3-1 season-series victory for Brooklyn's crosstown rival. Though they were without star forward...Show More Summary
Bryan Bautista was used to looking up at the crowd in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center during Brooklyn Nets games, but not as a performer. He’s an usher, and he has been stationed on the floor during Nets games for practically the entire time the Barclays Center has been open. But at the Nets’ last home game […]
The New York Knicks looked to keep their late-season hot streak rolling in the penultimate game of their season, against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night. The Knicks had won two straight and faced a Nets squad that had dropped two of its last three. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
You have to root for the Nets now. You have no choice. Well, maybe you do, a little. You can still cheer for the Yankees or the Mets or the Rangers or the Red Bulls or the Liberty.
The New York Knicks could've used all kinds of this earlier in the season. Earlier in the game against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday, we saw New York guard Iman Shumpert send Brooklyn's Paul Pierce to the floor with a crossover. Shumpert...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets may be a bit short of point guards on Tuesday night, with Shaun Livingston sitting as his teammates take on the New York Knicks, but they by no means lack for playmakers. Forward Andrei Kirilenko proved as much with...Show More Summary
Prior to the Brooklyn Nets' matchup against the New York Knicks, Nets usher Bryan Bautista was tapped to sing the national anthem, and he absolutely nailed it. According to Rachel Nichols, Bautista has been an usher at Barclays since the day it opened, but this was the first time he sang the anthem. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The New York Knicks were officially eliminated from playoff contention on Saturday. Meaning Tuesday's intra-borough showdown with the Brooklyn Nets represents less a postseason tune-up than a sad formality. Starting Wednesday, the focus...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets (44-36) will look to lock up the Eastern Conference's No. 5 seed when they square off against the New York Knicks (35-45) Tuesday night. Jason Kidd's club will also be looking to salvage a split of the season series...Show More Summary
The Knicks-Nets rivalry has been fought with more passion in the marketing departments than on the basketball court. And on that front, Brooklyn guard Deron Williams believes the Nets have gained ground by being the only New York team in the playoffs.
After performing at Coachella, Beyoncé and Jay Z unwound on Sunday morning with a boozy brunch. The couple had mimosas at a restaurant in LA, both wearing Brooklyn Nets hats as they shared a sweet treat. Though neither of them was scheduled...Show More Summary
Brooklyn Nets Head coach Jason Kidd has distributed minutes pretty evenly for his players this season. No one player sees more than 32 minutes per game, and ten different players average at least 18 minutes, a testament to the team's depth and Kidd's guiding hand. Kidd will probably abandon such balance in the playoffs. Show More Summary
Despite an up-and-down campaign, the Brooklyn Nets are in the playoffs. Jason Kidd has rallied his team and pulled them together after a brutal start to the season, and got them playing better basketball as the Nets go into a playoff...Show More Summary
The Miami Heat have seemingly been destined to get back to the NBA Finals yet again this year. While they have had losses to the Brooklyn Nets and even the Indian Pacers have stepped up to rival them, it seemed like an undisputed fact. The only problem with this fairy tale is that Dwyane Wade
Apparently, Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov wants to desperately win a championship in boxing, nearly as much as he does in basketball.
The Atlanta Hawks looked to solidify their playoff positioning on Friday against the Brooklyn Nets. A win and Knicks loss would all but seal the Hawks into the eighth seed in the East, and they'd won three of their last four. The Nets looked to get back to their winning ways, having their three-game win streak snapped on Wednesday. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The New York Knicks may not have been playing the Brooklyn Nets (or even the Boston Celtics) on Friday night, but once again, their fate rested in the hands of Paul Pierce. Knicks fans had just watched their team notch a crucial 108-100...Show More Summary
Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce reached the 25,000-point plateau for his career during Friday's loss to the Atlanta Hawks, becoming just the 18th player in NBA history to reach that mark, per ESPN Stats & Info. Many believed Pierce...Show More Summary
The Knicks did their part in Toronto, but the Nets didn’t do their crosstown rivals any favors Friday night. Brooklyn could’ve brought the Knicks within a game of the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference by taking out the eighth-place Hawks.
The Knicks still have a pulse but zero margin for error. Although the Knicks defeated the Toronto Raptors 108-100 on Friday, their tragic number is down to one after the Atlanta Hawks defeated the Brooklyn Nets, 93-88.