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 from the hiatus to recap the playoffs and speculate into some off-season rumors that have already been swirling around Brooklyn. They check in on who the Nets have their eye on with three draft picks next week, and what trades/signings might come in the next few weeks.
Mike and Nick talk about Dwightmare Part VII from the Hornets matchup, make an exciting podcast announcement, and fantasize about lineups for the year 2020.
Mike and Nick dig into the recent ups and downs of the Nets’ season, break down D’Angelo Russell’s hot streak and what his resurgence means for the future of Spencer Dinwiddie, and wrap up by reviewing some possible Net targets in the NCAA Tournament.
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.
In the debut episode, Mike and Nick talk about some offseason recap topics, including the Lopez/Russell trade, how Russell will fit within the team and organization, as well as the draft pick Jarrett Allen and the acquisition of Demarre Carroll, and finish up with what might be next on the agenda for GM Sean Marks.