Jeremy Steinman and Carson Shahrabani join me to debate the biggest storylines in the NBA right now.
Tag Archives: Brooklyn Nets
Best Landing Spots For James Harden
As the NBA season is about to get underway, James Harden has been making it known publicly that he is not happy in Houston and would like to be traded away, preferably to either the Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, Milwaukee Bucks, or Miami Heat. The problem that Harden faces is that he does not haveContinue reading “Best Landing Spots For James Harden”
How a Season With Zero Expectations For The Brooklyn Nets Turned Into a Must Watch
What if I told you that this NBA season actually means a lot for the Brooklyn Nets despite the fact they are without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant? Coming into this season the Nets had low expectations considering that they were going to be without Kevin Durant for the entire season. Ultimately, this season wasContinue reading “How a Season With Zero Expectations For The Brooklyn Nets Turned Into a Must Watch”
Nets Third Star Trade Possibilities
Spencer Dinwiddie taking to social media on Friday saying that he would allow fans to decide where he would play when he becomes a free agent in 2021 gave Nets fans time to go through the ESPN Trade Machine to try to find a star player to pair up with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant.Continue reading “Nets Third Star Trade Possibilities”
Interview with Ian Eagle
Watch my interview with 6-time Emmy award winning play-by-play announcer Ian Eagle as we discuss the Brooklyn Nets head coaching search and preview of their off season, The Last Dance and Tom Brady leaving the Patriots.
Kevin Durant Returning For the Playoffs Would be a Lesson Not Learned
With the NBA in hiatus during the Coronavirus pandemic the big question that has been going around is if Kevin Durant would return for the playoffs if the season continues? Originally, Durant was expected to miss all of this season after tearing his achillies in Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals. However, after NetsContinue reading “Kevin Durant Returning For the Playoffs Would be a Lesson Not Learned”