Originally founded under the ABA as the New Jersey Americans, the Nets have failed to capture any rings since the merger, after winning 2 ABA championships in the 1970s, led by Julius “Dr J” Erving.
The Jason Kidd/Richard Jefferson era came close, but was ultimately undone in two straight NBA Finals in 2002 and 2003.
There’s a clear frontrunner for MVP, and it’s not the guy you think it is. Tom Hall crunches the numbers to reveal there’s one man who stands ahead of the pack at the halfway point.
Houston has a Harden problem. Tom Hall takes a look around the league and makes the case for teams that should move in for one of the league’s most polarising stars.
Kyrie Irving has had quite the ride since leaving Cleveland. Now in Brooklyn, he looks to realign his career.
With gamers abuzz with the new Xbox and Playstation, Thomas Lamming checks in with the top 10 NBA players and how it matches up with real life
The NBA bubble was awesome, but Harry Harrison feels like a handful of players and teams could have made it so much better
There is no need for the Nets to go in search of a third star when the future is right in front of their eyes. Caris LeVert has proven himself, writes Ger Deegan.
Matthew Wellington thinks the Orlando Bubble has been brilliant and that its success will lead to more calls for a mid-season tournament. But he also thinks it’s missing the game’s best player – Kevin Durant.
He had the hops and the hype, but Vince Carter, who was named Rookie of the Year on this day in 1999, fell some way short of the dizzy, Jordanesque heights his early promise suggested he might reach.
Having landed both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving this summer, and after putting together a superb season last year, just how far can the Brooklyn Nets go?