Joe Johnson scored 19 points and MarShon Brooks added 17 points off the bench Friday night, leading the Brooklyn Nets to its fifth straight victory, 99-79 over the struggling Phoenix Suns.
When MarShon Brooks has his game going, he is a threat to score from almost any spot on the floor.
The Nets won their third straight game after dominating the Kings 113-93. They’re now 5-1 under P.J. Carlesimo
Even after the brawl, there was little that the Celtics could do about it anyway, thanks to all the weapons remaining in the Nets’ arsenal. It wasn’t a fair fight.
The symbolism of Monday night’s game will supersede anything that will be relevant to the ultimate composition of the 2012-13 regular-season standings.
Reserve forward Andre Blatche scored 22 points to lead the Brooklyn Nets to their fifth straight win, 99-90 over the struggling Sacramento Kings on Sunday.
This is as good a weekend as any to see if the Nets learned anything from their initial missteps. I want to see the Nets step on the Magic’s throat and not let go until the game is safely out of reach. Study the Heat film for tips.
Let’s be honest — the days of acceptable losses ended when the team ditched N.J.
The Nets’ opening night win at Barclays Center was a big step forward for the revitalized franchise.
With the NBA season kicking off on Wednesday, here’s my preview and ranking predictions for the 2012-2013 NBA season. This is how I see the Eastern Conference breaking down, and my season award winners.
Even with two healthy feet, Lopez is no more than a statue defending the pick-and-roll. I found his attempts to corral Knicks point guard Raymond Felton last night a useful teaching tool to my 13-year-old son as to what not to do in those situations.
Thankfully, before I had lost all hope, the NBA season finally arrived. It may be only exhibition basketball, but I was hooked watching the Brooklyn Nets open up the Barclay’s Center.
So you’re saying there’s a chance? The Magic are still entertaining trade talks for embattled star Dwight Howard, but are in “no rush” to ship out the big man, according to CBSSports.com.
Orlando should make Howard pay for his stupidity and his nonsense. He deserves it.
It seems the Nets have some company in the Dwight Howard sweepstakes.