The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly trying to decide between Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker for the first overall pick.
LeBron and Melo are in play as free agents. Other stars like Kevin Love and Rajon Rondo may be trait bait. And the Nets will be watching it all unfold on social media, just like me.
According to a report, the 38-year-old center is preparing to return to the Nets for the 2014-15 season. Garnett’s second season in Brooklyn would mark his 20th in the league.
According to a report, the Nets are “far from” profitable, and Prokhorov is concerned that if the team is losing money it will scare away deep-pocketed bidders looking to buy Ratner’s stake.
Kirilenko will make $3.3 million next season in the final year of a two-year, $6.5 million deal he signed last summer.
Brooklyn as a punchline? Forget about it. From real estate to job creation, New York’s most populous borough is hot and getting hotter. That means amazing opportunities, but also big challenges.
So the Knicks actually think the Jason Kidd nouveau-coach experiment worked in Brooklyn this past season?
Deron Williams has had surgery on both ankles and the Brooklyn Nets say their point guard should be ready for the start of training camp.
How in the world can King find Williams a ride out of town? It’s not as hard as you think, provided you understand that the Nets won’t get close to full value in return.
Martin O’Malley said Thursday in a statement that Williams will have a bone chip removed from his right ankle, and spurs will be removed from the front and back of the left ankle.
Chosen 11th overall in the draft, Michael Carter-Williams was the only unanimous selection to the first team, which also includes Victor Oladipo, Trey Burke, Mason Plumlee and Tim Hardaway, Jr.
Here’s my prediction as to who will and who will not be members of the Nets when the 2014-15 season tips off in late October.
Raise your hand if you have any idea what the Nets will do this summer to fix what ended up being a disappointing team during the 2013-14 season. It seems everyone has an opinion, and almost all of them revolve around point guard Deron Williams’ future.
Pierce will be a free agent and showed he can still provide a team with scoring punch at 36. Garnett’s game is further gone as he prepares to turn 38 next week.
Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov says he’s proud of his team’s mettle despite falling short in the playoffs for the second straight year.