Brooklyn Nets

24-23 (65% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 111.6 16th
Rebounds Per Game 45.7 11th
Assists Per Game 23.5 20th
Points Allowed 112.0 21st
2018-19 Atlantic Standings
Toronto 35 13 .729 W2
Philadelphia 30 17 .638 L1
Boston 28 18 .609 W3
Brooklyn 24 23 .511 W3
New York 10 34 .227 L5


  • SG
    Allen Crabbe (Knee) is OUT Wednesday vs New Orleans
  • PF
    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (Groin) is out indefinitely

Brooklyn Nets News

  • January 18 at 10:25am

    NetsDaily: Pundits think Nets will be active at deadline


    A number of the NBA's more knowledgeable pundits think this will be a quiet trade deadline, with only one team, the Kings, having ANY cap space (they have $11 million).

    Still, there are others who think a select group of teams will make headlines. And one of them is Brooklyn.

    In the past several days, both ESPN's Brian Windhorst and Yahoo's Keith Smith say we should expect the Nets to be buyers before 3:15 pm on February 7...

    @WindhorstESPN stated this on his Pod today: "If you are talking about teams at the trade deadline.

  • January 18 at 7:55am

    Fansided: Signature win comes at an opportune time for Brooklyn

    The Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night earned their most impressive win of the year, a 145-142 overtime victory in Houston Wednesday night.

    While the majority of media coverage will highlight James Harden's 58-point performance, Brooklyn's gutsy effort sent a message throughout the league.

    These are the wins that establish an identity for a team in its own eyes as well as to those around the league. The Nets are making it known that they are no longer inferior to their counterparts.

    The improbable comeback win is representative of the culture that Brooklyn is developing as a franchise from top to bottom.

  • January 18 at 3:57am

    NetsDaily: Following wins over Celtics and Rockets, Nets take on Magic


    Ugh, can we get just one game where D'Angelo Russell and Spencer Dinwiddie both play to their potentials together? I mean it's ridiculous they both can't just play well together at the same ... I am absolutely kidding ...


    I have literally nothing to complain about after that overtime win against to the Rockets!! Like, this seriously might be as good as I, and probably many of us, have felt about the Nets in a long, long, long time. They went into Houston and played a fun, tight, exhilarating game while braving another insane James Harden performance and were able to come out of Texas with a win and a .

  • January 17 at 11:09pm

    NetsDaily: The Glue Guys Podcast: ROCKETS WIN EMERGENCY POD


    EMERGENCY POD! Nets win in Houston, besting the Rockets despite James Harden's 58 point game. Things discussed include Treveon Graham DOMINATING.... Jarrett Allen BEASTING... Spencer Dinwiddie DINWIDDIE'ING. Also - maybe Kyrie Irving is going to be a Net?


  • January 17 at 8:59pm

    NY Post: It's getting harder for Nets to ignore their insane hot streak


    ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Nets head into Friday's game against the Magic as one of the hottest teams in basketball. It's the first time in six years they've been .500 this deep into the season, something even coach Kenny Atkinson had to acknowledge was a big deal.

    It might be an even bigger deal that -- after getting a little taste of the playoff race -- the fast-rising Nets (23-23) want more. Much more.

    "Yeah, I'll say this: I'll admit it, that's real progress," said Atkinson, cautious of having his players lose sight of today by looking forward to tomorrow.

  • January 17 at 6:40pm

    NetsDaily: How the Nets became the best basketball team in New York City


    Anthony Puccio - a familiar name around these parts - for SNY TV took a look back on the rise of your Brooklyn Nets. From a failed art project to a culture and climate that has turned them into the best basketball team in New York City.

    The Nets started its first season in Brooklyn with a star-studded roster, led by Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez. They trademarked "Brooklyn's Backcourt" for Williams and Johnson, as they held the hyped-up press conference outside Brooklyn Borough Hall.

  • January 17 at 4:16pm

    Fansided: Brooklyn Nets: Player grades from unlikely, wild, crazy win at Houston

    The Brooklyn Nets and Houston Rockets took us on a wild ride Wednesday night, part roller coaster and part thrill show, before the Nets came away with an inexplicable 145-142 overtime victory at Toyota Center.

    It was just the third time this season the Nets (23-23) won a game in which they trailed by at least 10 points, but the second this month. Brooklyn was down 14 with 5:34 remaining in regulation before unleashing a 30-point blitz to force overtime.

    They are now 3-17 when trailing by 10 points or more in a game. It was also, however, their 14th straight victory in a game in which they led by at least 10 points (did I mention roller coasters?

  • January 17 at 2:36pm

    NetsDaily: Jarrett Allen is Brooklyn's 20-year-old star in the making


    The afro is old school. He speaks well beyond his years. His personal style is hardly flashy. He is who he is and is quite comfortable with it.

    But don't get it mixed up: Jarrett Allen is only 20-years-old and has shown that he's a star in the making. That afro represents his old-soul character. His words, his tone, represent his I.Q. and professionalism. His flashiness is reflected by his actions on the court, not off.

    Allen is seen as a cornerstone for the franchise and he's an integral part of Brooklyn's improbable playoff push.

  • January 17 at 12:18pm

    NetsDaily: Kenny Atkinson lets point guards be point guards


    In Stefan Bondy's story on Kenny Atkinson being a point guard "whisperer," more than one NBA point guard points their finger on what makes the Nets coach so good at his job.

    "Whatever you do best, Kenny pushes that. Like do you. Do you," D'Angelo Russell, told Bondy. "And with that being said, he gives you the confidence to want to do it, as well.

    "Me, I feel like I'm not a dunk-on-you type point guard or go in there and throw my body around and do all this contact. I'm not that.

  • January 17 at 10:43am



    Down eight with 1:02 left in the fourth, the Nets' chances at an improbable comeback victory looked lost. P.J. Tucker had just nailed a three-pointer which set an NBA record for most three's attempted in a game (at that point) with 62.

    But then Spencer Dinwiddie hit one three-pointer.

    ... And then another.

    ...... And then another.

    He scored 18 points in the fourth quarter and nine in the final 1:02 following the three consecutive three's. It all happened with the Nets down three following two free throws from James Harden.