Follow the Nets' return to New York with Newsday's Rod Boone.
Bojan Bogdanovic will indeed be a member of the Nets next season.
The Nets have reached an agreement with Bogdanovic, according to a source. The deal is for three years, with the third reportedly being a player option.
A second-round pick whose rights were acquired from the Timberwolves during the 2011 draft, the 6-6 Bogdanovic played for Istanbul-based Fenerbahce the past two seasons....Read more »
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Jason Kidd wasn’t used to some of the little details that come along with being a head coach.
Like wearing that thing around his neck during practice, among other tasks.
“I guess holding the whistle might be the weirdest or the gameplan or the practice plan,” Kidd said Wednesday following the Nets’ summer league team practice at the PNY Center, Kidd’s first ever...Read more »
MarShon Brooks might make his preseason debut tonight.
The second-year shooting guard hasn’t played in the Nets’ first three preseason games as he dealt with some tendinitis in his right foot. But Brooks will be a game-time decision when the Nets meet the Celtics in their nationally-televised preseason matchup at the Barclays Center.
“We are going to put him through the full shootaround...Read more »
BOSTON – So what if Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo didn't exactly appear to be giving it their all, knowing the Nets were going to be playing this one without their starting five.
Tuesday night's 97-96 preseason victory over the Celtics at TD Garden in come-from-behind fashion still left an impression on Avery Johnson. The Nets outscored the Celtics' reserves 23-13 in the final...Read more »
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Tyshawn Taylor is starting to feel like he's an actual part of the team again.
The rookie guard was finally able to go through contact drills in Thursday's practice, marking the first time he's done that since training camp began Oct. 2. Taylor has been limited after straining his quad during informal workouts with his teammates last month.
"It was good...Read more »
Tyshawn Taylor is still in a post-draft fog and loving every minute of it.
As a Hoboken, N.J., native who grew up watching Nets and Knicks games, he couldn't be more thrilled to have been selected by Brooklyn with the 41st pick of last night's NBA Draft. Originally saddled with just the 57th pick, the Nets moved up to get the 6-4, 185-pound guard, trading with Portland so they could make him...Read more »