Does the NBA have to change the buyout market?
With the trade deadline sorted, there are plenty of Nets buyout targets around the league...
Looking into the possibility of the Nets trading Spencer Dinwiddie.
Heading for free agency, a Norman Powell trade is possible before Thursday's NBA trade deadline.
With only a few days until the deadline, let’s take a look at the best Nets trade targets.
Stephen Curry and James Harden are among the best guards in basketball, bar none. This doesn't just apply for this season or throughout their respective careers. They’re two of the best to ever play the game, period.
In this frankly weird and unprecedented season, the NBA continues to march on as we hit the All-Star break, with teams vying to stand head and shoulders as championship favourites.
Six-time All-Star Blake Griffin is joining the Brooklyn Nets after his buyout with the Pistons.
He might have gone under the radar, but Thaddeus Young is having a nice season. The Chicago Bulls have been better than their record suggests. Young has played good basketball alongside a talented young core.
The Nets went super-small on Saturday. It led them to a big win over the Golden State Warriors, and Bruce Brown was spectacular.
Sitting third in the East, and boasting arguably the strongest offence in the NBA, you would think there are a lot of reasons for optimism amongst Brooklyn Nets fans.
Many familiar names are in the thick of the NBA MVP race. It is a wide open field a month into the 2020/21 season.
Collin Sexton led the Cleveland Cavaliers to a win over the Brooklyn Nets who had James Harden, Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving all playing together for the first time.
There's a packed NBA schedule on MLK Day. The Bucks and Nets meet in an Eastern Conference showdown. Stephen Curry and LeBron James go head-to-head once again in the final game of the night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers picked up Jarrett Allen for a bargain price in the James Harden trade.