Darryl Dawkins, whose backboard-shattering dunks earned him the moniker “Chocolate Thunder” and helped pave the way for breakaway rims, has died. He was 58.
Police say a former Brooklyn Nets player used a counterfeit money order to obtain $1,000 cash at a Hoboken grocery store.
Williams is heading home and will try to help salvage a failed bid in free agency similar to three years ago, when he spurned Dallas to stay with Brooklyn.
It’s no secret that for the Nets to any kind of success this season, Billy King needs to hit on a bunch of these moves. Even if they’re singles.
Bargnani, the top pick in the 2006 NBA draft, appeared in just 71 games over two seasons with the Knicks.
It appears Deron Williams’ tenure with the Nets is over.
Having failed in his attempts to unload the underachieving point guard in the trade market for about a year, Nets general manager Billy King may have finally received a stroke of luck.
Brook Lopez has been with the Nets his whole career and didn’t want to look anywhere else. Thaddeus Young has been here just a few months and felt the same way.
In the latest episode of “What The Heck Is Billy King Doing?” the Nets’ general manager could very well stock his 2015-16 club with as many as five point guards
On Sunday, ESPN.com reported that the Cavaliers were interested in trading 35-year-old center Brendan Haywood to the Nets for small forward Joe Johnson.
It’s true that Lopez and Young are worth more to the Nets than to other teams. But what does that say about what the Nets are worth these days?
The two frontcourt players who opted out of their deals last month have agreed to re-sign on multi-year contracts, according to ESPN.com.
Is Joe Johnson’s tenure with the Nets nearing its end? It looks like it might be.
There was no blockbuster this time, but the Nets certainly took some risks.
The Nets parted ways with Mason Plumlee after selecting Chris McCullough, a 6-foot-10 forward from Syracuse, with the 29th overall pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft.