NEW YORK—On June 28, 2005, two identically talented point guards were separated by one spot in the NBA draft. Despite their different upbringings, one in Salt Lake City, the other in New Orleans, they shared some invaluable traits: They...Show More Summary
There was a time when "Chris Paul vs. Deron Williams" was an actual debate among NBA fans...emphasis on was. But in the year 2013, nobody outside of Williams' immediate family would pick him over Chris Paul, and Paul showed the world...Show More Summary
Deron Williams' return didn't draw all the fanfare and attention that Kobe Bryant's did. It also won't draw the criticism. The second difference isn't because Williams is lower profile than Kobe, but because he had possibly his bestShow More Summary
Deron Williams and Paul Pierce returned to the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night against Boston, with Pierce coming off the bench against his former team after a quick return from a broken right hand.
With yoyo handles and next-level court vision, Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams should be a natural addition to the NBA's collection of no-brainer superstars. Yet, the 29-year-old finds himself on the outside looking in on that exclusive club in his ninth season. Show More Summary
We’re barely into December and we’re already hearing talks that Jason Kidd’s job is safe. The fact that that is even a topic already should give Nets fans pause. But what should ease their minds a bit is the fact that Paul Pierce and Deron Williams may be returning to action soon. They were each [...]
? Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce will sit out tonight's game with a bruised right hand injury. That leaves the Nets without two starters as Pierce joins Deron Williams, who is out with a sprained left ankle. Rookie point guard Tyshawn Taylor will make his first start, joining Alan Anderson, Joe Johnson, Kevin Garnett and Brook Lopez. Show More Summary
The NBA's worst-kept secret is out: The Eastern Conference is bad and the Atlantic Division is worse. And the Brooklyn Nets —the superteam widely considered to be the division favorite —are currently languishing in the basement of the...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets have scratched Deron Williams, Andrei Kirilenko, Brook Lopez and Jason Terry for Friday night's game against Minnesota.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams reinjured his left ankle during the second quarter against the Charlotte Bobcats and has been taken to the locker room.
Nets coach Jason Kidd says veteran point guard Deron Williams will play Wednesday night against the Charlotte Bobcats.
Saddled by injuries dating back to training camp, the Brooklyn Nets have yet to develop their identity as a cohesive group capable of outlasting the NBA's best. With Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Andrei Kirilenko missing multiple games,...Show More Summary
Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are back in Brooklyn's starting lineup, but injured starters Deron Williams and Brook Lopez remain sidelined.
Lots of fans complain when certain NBA players seem to keep getting injured and missing games. And that’s understandable. But what fans should remember is, no player actually wants to be injured. It’s in all likelyhood more frustrating for them than for anyone else. As for Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams, here’s the New [...]
Brooklyn Nets star point guard Deron Williams exited in the first quarter of Friday's game against the Phoenix Suns with a left ankle injury. The severity of the three-time All-Star's condition is not yet known, but as Brett Pollakoff...Show More Summary
Brooklyn guard Deron Williams has left the Nets' game at Phoenix with a sprained left ankle.
By adding more pieces who require shots, the Nets have put their incumbent stars in a bind. At first blush, there's nothing bad about upgrading the roster by replacing Gerald Wallace and Kris Humphries with Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. Show More Summary
With career scorers like Deron Williams (17.7 points per game), Paul Pierce (21.7), Kevin Garnett (19.0) and Joe Johnson (17.6) composing four of the Brooklyn Nets’ starting five, should Brook Lopez be the team’s first weapon on offense? Well,...Show More Summary
Goodnight, sweet princes of the Brooklyn Nets. Dream of that elusive third win and very large women. Know that you are well taken care of at 35,000 feet and that Deron Williams is taking pictures of you sleeping just as any great leader might. Thanks to social media, we can bring you a brief glimpse of things behind the scenes of the Nets. Show More Summary