Tag Archives: Brooklyn Nets

Jacque Vaughn shaking up his Nets coaching staff in major way

By | 05/02/2023

The Nets are clearly in the midst of a staff restructuring, with half of their assistant coaches gone from the start of the season. Brooklyn is parting ways with Igor Kokoskov, Brian Keefe and Tiago Splitter in a move first reported by ESPN, and confirmed by The Post. The Nets began the season with eight… Read More »

Re-signing Cameron Johnson a ‘big priority’ for Nets entering pivotal offseason

By | 04/24/2023

With a mismatched wing-heavy roster and a second straight first-round sweep, the Nets have a number of things to work on this summer. Re-signing Cam Johnson is right at the top of their to-do list, although the restricted free agent has been coy about his future. “Cam knows how we feel,” Nets general manager Sean… Read More »

Nets’ Sean Marks emphasizing ‘a little nastiness’, size on offseason wish list

By | 04/24/2023

It was hardly a state secret, but Nets general manager Sean Marks acknowledged what neutral observers had said all season: That Brooklyn has to get bigger. And meaner. “Without a doubt we need to make some changes in terms of adding some size. I think [Jacque Vaughn] said it [Saturday] night, add a little nastiness,”… Read More »

Philadelphia 76ers Sweep Brooklyn Nets Without Embiid in 96–88 Win

By | 04/23/2023

The Philadelphia 76ers beat the Brooklyn Nets 96-88 to sweep the Brooklyn Nets and became the first team to reach the second round of the playoffs despite missing one of their key players, Joel Embiid. #Philadelphia #76ers #Sweep #Brooklyn #Nets #Embiid #Win

Nets need rebounders and shot creators to snap first-round exit cycle

By | 04/23/2023

For the second straight season, the Nets have been swept out of the playoffs, with the final loss on their home floor. But this one felt different. The Kevin Durant-Kyrie Irving team that took it on the chin from the Celtics last season was better, and should’ve performed better. The rebooted version this season, after… Read More »