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We Got Nets is a podcast all about the Brooklyn Nets. Your hosts, Doug Norrie and Adam Armbrecht, break down all things Nets including player news, game previews, recaps, hijinks and much more. #Brooklyn Nets #Nets

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28 Episodes
The We Got Nets, Brooklyn Nets Podcast is backing talking all things around the team. This Doug Norrie and Adam Armbrecht are covering the Caris LeVert thumb injury and what it means for a Brooklyn team that was already incredibly thin on their roster and now loses, arguably, their second best player for multiple weeks.They also look at the game against the Jazz and what went wrong/right for this team in what amounted to a tough road loss. The Nets had a healthy halftime lead, but again faded in the second half to Utah.All of this and more on a packed podcast covering the Brooklyn Nets.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
It’s a packed podcast with the guys first taking a look at the two games from over the weekend. There was, of course, the Nets win over the Trailblazers in which they survived a 60-point performance from Damian Lillard. But then they get into the blowout loss at the hands of the Suns in which the Nets looked bad in about every phase of the game. They talk about the rotations, the Caris LeVert injury, Jarrett Allen’s rough one and more. Then, Adam gets on with Adam Bushman on the Jabber Jazz Podcast to preview the Tuesday night matchup. They talk early season confidence for Utah, Bogdanovic’s hot start and if this stout defensive can keep trending up throughout the season. They also talk Mike Conley and adjusting to a new team and a new type of big man in Rudy Gobert. All this plus what to expect between Brooklyn and Utah as the Jazz look to extend their 5-0 home start.Check out Adam on SportsCastr Jazz Podcast the We Got Nets guys: more about your ad choices. Visit
We’re coming off a nice win over the New Orleans Pelicans in game the Nets once again jumped out to a big lead, but struggled to hold it down in the second half. But they got there on the back of a solid closing lineup and a couple of rotational switches that paid off. The guys discuss Kyrie Irving’s scoring, Caris LeVert rejoining the crunch time unit down the stretch, Joe Harris getting more open looks and Jarrett Allen rejoining the starting lineup in place of DeAndre Jordan. Then at that the 22 minute mark, Adam gets together with Logan and Paul of the Both Teams Played Hard Podcast to discuss the Trailblazers, another team with a few new faces. The guys talk about losing an embarrassing game to the Golden State Warriors G-League team ahead of the Brooklyn matchup.Following the injury to Zach Collins, Adam asks where Portland will look for size and depth with Jusuf Nurkic still sidelined from last season, while Paul and Logan want to know what it is like to have the luxury of so many perimeter shooters surrounding Kyrie Irving. All this plus the absence of CJ Mccollum’s consistent offensive game, who needs to facilitate beyond Damian Lillard and the integration of Hassan Whiteside into his new team.The We Got Nets crew goes “crossover” once again with a fellow Overtime Media podcast!Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The We Got Nets guys are back after a wild weekend in Brooklyn Nets nation. It was a weekend of highs (win against the Rockets) and lows (brutal loss to the Pistons). In a lot of ways it exemplified what we’ve gotten used to with the Nets to open the season, an inconsistent team that does a lot of things really well but struggles with consistency. Adam Armbrecht and Doug Norrie break it down including a look at how Kyrie Irving’s game its becoming even more well rounded in his ability to facilitate the offense. But they also discuss DeAndre Jordan vs. Jarrett Allen, Caris LeVert getting benched once again in crunch time, Joe Harris lights out from beyond the arc and much more. It’s a packed Monday AM Brooklyn Nets podcast. Be sure to follow the We Got Nets guys on Instagram - more about your ad choices. Visit
The We Got Nets guys are back on the podcast, this time looking at a tough loss to the Pacers that sent the Nets to 1-3 on the season. This one wasn't close with Indiana manhandling Brooklyn on the interior and leaving the game in very little doubt late.It was a close game at halftime, but the Pacers came out and jumped out to a lead in the third and never really looked back. Adam and Doug discuss the decision to leave Kyrie Irving on the bench early in the fourth when the game was slipping away. The bench play continues to be an issue but it isn't the only one.The guys go through some of the game and what could have gone differently.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Following a tough, overtime loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday, the guys needed a day to cool off before jumping on the podcast to discuss the game. They take a look back at things that went right in the game as well as aspects of the team that are problematic right now. There’s a great deal of discussion about Kyrie Irving and his sensational play to start the season. They discuss his incredibly high usage rate and what it means for the other guys on the Nets. They also talk about DeAndre Jordan starting for Jarrett Allen against Memphis and what that meant for the defense and how he played with the starters. Some discussion falls Caris LeVert’s way, especially about his high turnover rate to start the season. And finally, they look ahead to the game against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Nets almost pulled a defeat from the jaws of victory against the Knicks in Friday’s night game, but come away with the win in their second game of the season. The Nets jumped out to a big lead in the first half and looked very strong on both sides of the ball. But the second half was a total different story with the Nets almost completely collapsing, giving up a big lead and even trailing late in the game. That being said, they pulled it out in a very sloppy game. Doug Norrie and Adam Armbrecht break down the game and look at both the positives and the negatives from the Nets’ win. They examine Kyrie Irving’s big game, including his dagger three near the end of regulation. They also discuss the performance of the bench including a shift in rotations for the Nets early with Caris LeVert leading more of the second unit scoring. That being said, there were plenty of negatives with the Nets looking very sloppy. The game had a ton of turnovers and missed free throws. But there’s also discussion about Caris LeVert not closing the game which is sending up alarm bells. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Well, the first Nets’ game is in the books and they lost in rather heartbreaking fashion, in overtime, to the Timberwolves. The game had everything you really would have wanted save the final outcome for Nets’ fans, with big shots and a couple of bounces away from the Nets just taking it home. The story, outside of the final score, was Kyrie Irving’s debut as a Brooklyn Net. He dropped 50 points in a borderline transcendent game that saw him seemingly hit everything accept that final buzzer beater shot. He put up a monster line in the loss and looked every bit the superstar the Nets were hoping they signed. Doug Norrie breaks it al down on a solo podcast with Adam traveling. He goes through Kyrie’s game, how the other starters looked and the problematic pieces on the bench who ultimately gave the game away. Then, at the 31 minute mark, Doug jumps on with Jonathan Macri from the Knicks Film School podcast to preview the Knicks-Nets game on Friday. They talk about the Knicks' offseason moves, what to expect from the game and much more. It's a great interview.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
We Got Nets Adam Armbrecht connects with Danny Cunningham of the Raised by Wolves Podcast leading up to the season opener in Brooklyn.They talk the meaningless nature of preseason games and similarities between these two franchises. Minnesota is now running an uptempo, perimeter shooting offense with undersized pieces. Sound familiar?The guys also discuss rookie Jarrett Culver and former Nets player in Treveon Graham, who should be in line for a large role on Ryan Saunders squad.Adam and Danny also looks at some size advantages for Brooklyn and how they should exploit these matchups when Karl-Anthony Towns is on the bench. All this plus the gold standard that is Vegas over/under wins total predictions.Listen to We Got Nets on iTunes to Raised by Wolves more about your ad choices. Visit
It’s the final podcast of the preseason before we fully get into the regular season of NBA hoops. It’s a great time of year and is especially exciting to be in Nets land. The guys kick things off with a break down the of the final preseason game against the Toronto Raptors. It was really the first look we got of Kyrie Irving in a Nets uniform considering he was hurt in the first minute of the game in China against the Lakers. Kyrie displayed some of the signature moves we’ve seen from him in the past, getting to the basket and dictating some of the pace. The rest of the game was a bit of a mess for the Nets. They lost to Toronto and specifically had issues defending around the perimeter. The Raptors shot lights out from three. Doug and Adam go through the game notes, discuss some of the rotations and what to expect from the team going forward. Then they shift into some predictions for the season including team MVP, most improve, regular season record and some other possible outcomes. It’s all here on a packed We Got Nets, Brooklyn Nets podcast with the team getting pumped for the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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