Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images As Shlomo Sprung, writing for Forbes, notes, “Yankees” is part of the YES name, as in the “Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network.” And so, whenever there’s a conflict between the Yankees and Nets, guess who wins out?
It should come as no surprise, but it’s comforting nonetheless. When asked on Saturday’s Zoom call from Orlando who had stood out so far after three days of practice, Jacque Vaughn told reporters it was Caris LeVert.
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images On Friday morning, Jacque Vaughn told Nets beat writers that he liked what he had seen of Donta Hall who signed overnight as a substitute and a back-up to Jarrett Allen.
Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Shortly after the Nets announced the signing of Michael Beasley —and shortly before they announced the signing of Jamal Crawford, Sean Marks spoke about what those signings mean: the Nets aren’t rolling over in Orlando.
In a video update to his scoops Wednesday night on the Nets interest in Jamal Crawford and Michael Beasley, Shams Charania says Brooklyn may be looking at the two as possible roster additions next season.
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Chris Chiozza and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot do not have much of a guaranteed future with the Nets, but they may very well need to ready when NBA action resumes at the end of the month.
The bubble Brooklyn Nets might not be very good, but they're apparently going to be a whole lot of fun. Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium reported the Nets are nearing a contract agreement with forward Michael Beasley...
Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images In yet another move to sign a veteran player —who like Jamal Crawford— hasn’t played this season, the Nets are “moving toward” a deal that would bring Michael Beasley to Brooklyn, err, Orlando.
Kyrie Irving is the latest Nets player who will not be joining the team in Orlando; however, Kyrie would not be playing even if he did travel there, as he suffered a season-ending injury earlier in the campaign.
It was already known that Kevin Durant would not participate in the NBA’s restart in Orlando at the Walt Disney World Resort later next month, but now there is confirmation that the superstar won’t be joining the Brooklyn Nets in Florida, either.