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Spencer Dinwiddie: Playoff hopes driven by lack of respect

In an Instagram interview with The Ball Insider, Spencer Dinwiddie says the Nets hunger for a playoff spot is driven by a feeling that he and so many of his teammates have been "discounted their...

Deadlines and Commitments No. 101

The schedule is out and the Nets are at 18 players after the signings of Jacob Wiley, Milton Doyle and Jeremy Senglin. Timofey Mozgov and Yakuba Ouattara are set to play for their national teams...

D’Angelo Russell is the ‘face’ of the Nets in NBA 2K18 trailer

The trailer for NBA 2K18 has been released and the talk for Nets fans has been D'Angelo Russell, who was shown in the preview a couple of times reppin' the black and white. Mozgov was in it...

Nets stash Aleks Vezenkov goes for 18 in final FIBA pre-qualifier

Aleksandar Vezenkov, taken by the Nets in the second round of the NBA Draft, led Bulgaria to its fourth win in four games Wednesday, outscoring Belarus, 84-70 in the FIBA World Cup pre-qualifying...

A tale of tolerance … at a Brooklyn Nets game … and how it’s been lost

Nathan Englander is a Brooklyn writer. On Tuesday, he wrote in the New York Times about the racist, anti-semetic events in Charlottesville last weekend ...

The 10 most fun Nets home games this season

The full NBA schedule has been released, and while the Brooklyn Nets only have two nationally televised games, there's still going to be plenty of fun to be had at Barclays Center… beyond watching D'Angelo Russell, Jeremy Lin, Caris LeVert, Jarrett Allen and co. carrying the Nets into their next (hopefully fun) iteration.


The Nets will open the 2017-18 season on October 18 in Indiana vs. the Pacers, then come home two days later to face the Magic on Opening Night at Barclays.

Nets release 2017-18 schedule

The Brooklyn Nets released their 2017-18 regular-season schedule, which includes opening the season at the Indiana Pacers on Oct. 18 and playing their home opener on Oct. 20 against the Orlando Magic.

Nets sign Jacob Wiley, bringing roster to 18

With the Nets signing of forward Jacob Wiley to a two-way contract, Brooklyn is closing on the 20-player limit for training camp. Wiley, an undrafted 6'8" power forward out of Eastern Washington,...

Jarrett Allen ignoring those who say he doesn’t love the game

Nets rookie C Jarrett Allen doesn't pay any mind to those who say he doesn't love the game of basketball due to his other hobbies.

Jarrett Allen … Quiet Assassin?

The rumor started when he was selected at No. 22 on Draft Night. Jarrett Allen had been as high as No. 8 in Draft Express mock draft back in April.

NetsDaily Off-Season Report No. 18

And we're back, for our 10th big year! Every weekend, we'll be updating the Nets' off-season with bits and pieces of information, gossip, etc.

Kenny Atkinson and the Art of Empowerment

Charles Maniego takes a look at where the Nets stand as free agency nears its end. This is Part III.Sunday, he'll examine the Nets defensive options.

Nets stash Aleks Vezenkov leads Bulgaria to big win

Aleksandar Vezenkov, the 6'9" sharpshooter the Nets took with the 57th pick in June's draft, scored 21 points, grabbed eight boards and handed out three assists Saturday as his Bulgarian team...

Brooklyn Revolution Podcast: ESPN projections, Zach Lowe, Milton Doyle/Jeremy Senglin signings

Mark Suleymanov joins Sandy Mui to discuss the Brooklyn Nets in ESPN projections, Zach Lowe's article, and the Milton Doyle and Jeremy Senglin signings.