The Brooklyn Nets host the Toronto Raptors tomorrow night at Barclay's CEnter in the team's last game of the season. The team is looking forward to the offseason, though, and getting the team ready for the fall when they plan to come out strong.
The Brooklyn Nets announced today that they have signed center Henry Sims for the remainder of the 2015-16 season. Sims had previously signed two 10-day contracts with the team.
Brooklyn Nets assistant general manager Frank Zanin announced on Monday that he is stepping down from his position. The decision, which was announced via Twitter, was based on giving Sean Marks full control of his personnel.
Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks made the ultimate decision to sit Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young for the remainder of the season. Nets fans were unhappy with the decision, but there is no reason to risk injury to either player with nothing left on the line.
The Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks had a lot riding on last night's game, both the season series and all-time series between the teams were up for grabs. The Nets youngsters couldn't keep up with the Knicks, though, and the Nets lost 105-91.
The Brooklyn Nets "travel" to face the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden tonight. Both teams are focusing on playing younger guys, but there will be a battle under the rim between Brook Lopez and Robin Lopez, who turn 28 today.
The Brooklyn Nets allowed the Orlando Magic to drop 139 points on them in Florida last night as Tony Brown chose to sit Thaddeus Young and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. The Nets continue their road trip at the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday.
The Brooklyn Nets had no answer for Dwayne Wade and the Miami Heat on Monday, falling 110-99. Wade's performance was praised by Brook Lopez and Tony Brown for recording 30 points and nine assists.
Brooklyn Nets center Henry Sims has been signed to his second 10-day contract. Sean Kilpatrick was given two 10-day contracts with the Nets before he was signed to a multi-year deal, and it's possible that the same will happen with Sims.
The Brooklyn Nets took interim head coach Tony Brown's words to heart as they fought tooth and nail to defeat the conference-leading Cleveland Cavaliers 104-95. Brown announced yesterday that he was changing the starting lineup because his players weren't hungry enough.