Mikhail Prokhorov, owner of the Brooklyn Nets, has been quite clear about his designs on a championship. Those who fall short, like head coach Avery Johnson, don't get to stick around.
A lot had to go wrong on the court for the Brooklyn Nets Monday night to lose to the Chicago Bulls.
As the Nets prepare for Game 2 of their first round playoff series against the Chicago Bulls Monday night, the prevailing question is a simple one: exactly how do these Bulls stop a Nets attack featuring Brook Lopez and Deron Williams?
In the end, the Nets lost to the Bulls, 92-90, in a game that they were supposed to win going away.
Some of the problems holding back the Brooklyn Nets don't have easy answers.
The Brooklyn Nets, losers in four of their past five games, are considering a big change.(2)
It is hard to think of an injury better designed to illustrate exactly how the New York Yankees plan to approach the immediate future than the one that felled Curtis Granderson Sunday in Tampa.
There wasn't much for the Nets to feel good about in their 113-111 victory Tuesday night over the Milwaukee Bucks.
It was not the kind of All Star weekend that either the New York Knicks or the Brooklyn Nets had in mind.
Credit P.J. Carlesimo and the Brooklyn Nets for not being blinded by stardom.
For the New York Knicks, Wednesday night's game against the Washington Wizards followed a familiar pattern.(1)
If the Brooklyn Nets intend to make any kind of playoff run, they're going to need to close out games like Tuesday night's matchup at the Barclays Center against a compromised Los Angeles Lakers team.
Last summer, a full year of rumors linking the Brooklyn Nets and center Dwight Howard appeared to reach a merciful conclusion.