Mike and Nick on a special edition episode due to the big trade news that dropped just hours after the last episode, while discussing the variety of versatile lineups the Nets can throw out there this season, and make the obvious comparison that Sean Marks is the great Tony Stark. Brownstone Ballers – A Brooklyn Nets Podcast.
Mike and Nick jump in to recap some of the Nets early moves of the offseason, speculate on what else Sean Marks and company might have up their sleeves for the rest of the summer, and look forward to some 2019 Free Agency pipe dreams. Brownstone Ballers – A Brooklyn Nets Podcast.
Mike and Nick return after an extended break to discuss the Nets’ continued struggles with close late games, the future of the backcourt, and talk about the chances of the Nets closing out of the season strong with some wins.
Mike and Nick talk about the big man rotation, with Jarrett Allen now starting and Jahlil Okafor soaking up quality minutes. They discuss the upcoming trade deadline and which Nets could be staying or going, wonder what’s wrong with Allen Crabbe’s jumpshot, and get hype for the return of Brook Lopez.
Mike & Nick get giddy for the impending return of D’Angelo Russell, discuss Spencer Dinwiddie’s struggles with lack of respect from the officiating, and speculate on if the Nets could benefit from some late game lineup changes.
Mike & Nick withstand the “Bomb Cyclone” that is Winter Storm Grayson to catch up on the last few weeks of Nets hoops, including Caris Levert’s hot streak, Allen Crabbe’s all-around production, and hypothesizing if we are close to seeing D’Angelo Russell back on the court. And of course, we talk about Elfrid Payton’s egregious hair and our in-studio snacks.
Mike & Nick talk about the rough losing streak the Nets are in, give an overview of an article from The Ringer, and endlessly hope D’Angelo Russell comes back ASAP.
Mike and Nick talk about the quick Mexico City road trip, several young players are showing impressive progress, Spencer Dinwiddie’s unlucky streak with foul trouble coinciding with Caris Levert’s breakout, and look ahead to the weekend schedule and when we might see Jahlil Okafor debut.
Mike & Nick hop on a quick emergency pod with some rapid reaction on the Jahlil Okafor acquisiton, and what it means on the court for the rest of the season and the future.
Mike and Nick talk about D’Angelo Russell’s injury and unexpected surgery and when to expect him back on the court, and review which key reserves have stepped up in his absence. They also discuss some hot streaks from the Nets wing core of Levert, Crabbe and Carroll, how efficiently consistent Spencer Dinwiddie has been, and the high altitude of Mexico City.