Wednesday night’s game at Barclays Center has plenty of intrigue, and should make for some great theater.
Brett Yormark is the CEO of the Nets and Barclays Center. Can you say ‘big shot’? I know you can.
Brooklyn, New York, and Des Moines, Iowa, will host NCAA men’s basketball tournament games for the first time in 2016.
Whenever Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is in town to watch his favorite American toy play basketball, the game often turns out to be of secondary importance. That was the case Monday night.
The 7-footer admitted he was eager after practice on Sunday, saying his delayed season debut feels “like Christmas.”
Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin met the media on Wednesday at Nassau Coliseum and made it clear they plan on putting competitive teams on the ice when they take over ownership of the Islanders in two years.
The league seems content to take as much of the fans’ money as fast as they can, even if it means more performances by understudies in lieu of marquee attractions like Brook Lopez.
Howie Rose is the unquestioned voice of the Islanders, and he used that voice on Wednesday to express his disgust over the franchise relocating to Brooklyn following the 2014-15 season.
As far as NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is concerned, the Islanders have a very bright future.
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Mikhail Prokhorov is reportedly open to selling a portion of the Brooklyn Nets. But one major detail is in question: Would he part with a controlling stake?
Beautiful arena, decent commute. Now the bad news: Barclays Center holds 15,795 fans for hockey, and not all of those seats offer an ideal view of the ice.
Police were searching Friday for a suspect who allegedly flashed a woman on a D Train passing near the Barclays Center in Brooklyn earlier this month.
A contractor has halted construction on a prefabricated residential high-rise near Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and the Atlantic Terminal train yards.
Talent was on display Wednesday night, as hundreds of local kids cut a rug in hopes of joining the Brooklyn Nets as part of the dance team.