Found February 26, 2013 on
Brook has only played seven seconds in the fourth quarters of three of the Nets' last four games (H/T to Mike Mazzeo of ESPNNewYork.com). That has to end, now
The Nets have played four games since the NBA All-Star break, winning the first two, vs. Milwaukee, and losing the last two, vs. Houston and Memphis.
Interestingly enough, in these four games, Brooklyn's only All-Star representative -- Brook Lopez -- has been a major non-factor down the stretch, when the score is close and a basket here or there could be the difference between a win or a loss.
And what is to blame?
Is it that Reggie Evans or Andray Blatche has superseded the Nets' star center in the fourth quarters of these game? No. The culprit would be head coach P.J. Carlesimo.
Brooklyn's interim skipper, after back-to-back crushing home losses vs. the Rockets and Grizzlies, on Friday and Sunday nights respectively, is starting to regret his confusing decision to bench Brook at t...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Most professional athletes have a hard time doubling as public speakers, but it is a part of their job description. The most overused phrase or filler among athletes who are being interviewed is “you know.” For whatever reason, this is the comfort zone for many people in pro sports when they’re standing in front of a microphone.
Brook Lopez took that to a different level a...
The Brooklyn Nets were without Joe Johnson for the second-straight game last night. Johnson has been battling a heel injury and was unable to go last night. He was a late scratch says Howard Beck of the New York Times. Johnson suffered the injury a few days ago and has been diagnosed with pan tar fascists. The condition is one of the more unpredictable as it can limit a player...
Deron Williams played really well tonight, but had a brutal turnover late in the fourth quarter that led to the Grizzlies prevailing
No Joe Johnson at all. No Brook Lopez or Gerald Wallace in the fourth quarter. No foul call late in the game when D-Will drove to the hoop for a lay-up with the game tied. Tonight's Nets-Grizzlies game was a bunch of no'...
Finally, we can give D-Will the game-ball in a Nets win
It wasn't easy and it wasn't pretty, but it was a win. Snapping a two-game losing streak--and finally beating a Southwest Division opponent--the Brooklyn Nets held on to beat the New Orleans Hornets this evening in the Big Easy. Brooklyn held a 22-point lead at one point in the second quarter but...
Joe Johnson has missed the Nets' last two games with an ankle injury and might miss tonight's as well. As shown in the recent losses to the Rockets and Grizzlies, this team needs him on the court badly
When: 8:00 PM: Tuesday, February 26th, 2013
Where: New Orleeans Arena; New Orleans, LA
TV: YES Network
It's a brotherly battle tonight in the...
Kris Humphries is still a member of the Brooklyn Nets, even though the team reportedly tried extremely hard to deal him before the trade deadline. The underachieving forward has found a way to make himself noteworthy, though, despite scoring and rebounding averages that are at three-year lows.
Before a late edit, the New Orleans Hornets included a mention of Humphries’ brief marriage...