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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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19 Episodes
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
The Nets wrapped up their trip in China with the two games against the Lakers and are now headed home for their final preseason game of the year, Friday against the Lakers. The We Got Nets crew, on their Brooklyn Nets Podcast, break down the trip to Asia, avoiding some of the geopolitical aspects while trying to focus on what came out of the trip from a basketball perspective. Obviously, the big news is that Kyrie Irving reaggravated his facial fracture and it’s uncertain whether he’ll miss any real time with the injury. They discuss the second game against the Lakers, a win for the Nets and provide some takeaways for the Brooklyn side of the ball. The most encouraging aspect was the play of Caris LeVert who really stepped up with Kyrie out and led the team in points and assists. He was easily the best player on the court for Brooklyn and could really facilitate the offense if we need to be without Irving for any stretch. They also look at the play from Taurean Prince in this preseason and how he could be in for a big year shooting the ball. Plus, Doug breaks down the Nets’ possible win totals in this piece: sure to visit and follow on all social media more about your ad choices. Visit
Well, the game in China ended up playing after all. There was much speculation the Brooklyn Nets and Los Angeles Lakers wouldn’t end up playing because of the turmoil surrounding the league and China, but the two teams ended up taking the court. The We Got Nets guys are here to break down the game. The biggest news in Nets' land is Kyrie Irving and Caris LeVert both left the game in the first two minutes. Irving took a blow to the face and LeVert was poked in the eye. It’s unclear the severity around each of the injuries. The Nets ended up winning the game 114-111 on the back of excellent three-point shooting and just general hustle. They ended up starting DeAndre Jordan over Jarrett Allen while the Lakers ran with a much different starting lineup than what they played against the Warriors. The We Got Nets guys break it all down, looking at the individual performances, some of the highs and lows and most importantly how Doug became LinkedIn connections with Spencer Dinwiddie during the week. It’s all here, looking at the Nets game in China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Doug Norrie of the We Got Nets Podcast joins Alex Hollingsworth on the Laker Central Podcast to discuss the upcoming Lakers-Nets preseason game supposed to happen in China this week. There’s so much to dissect here with the Daryl Moray controversy stirring some negative sentiments between the country of China and the NBA as a whole. This is to the point that there’s a threat the game doesn’t even play if the Chinese government decides to cancel it.The guys discuss these topics from a geopolitical standpoint and how it works its way in to the NBA subtext. Then they talk at length about the two teams and their respective paths during the offseason. There’s so much to get into as both the Lakers and Nets enter the season with very high expectations after big splash offseasons. There’s a ton of back and forth about the two teams, how they match up on the court and where they are different. The Lakers are huge across the board with their bigs and will take a slightly different approach than we’ve seen in years past. And there are the Nets who, at least for this preseason game, will really struggle with the LA size and that could be a problem for Brooklyn all season long. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Nets basketball is back baby! The We Got Nets Podcast guys couldn’t be more pumped to basically start the season here with the Nets’ first preseason game against Sesi Franca. It was the inaugural game on Brooklyn’s new court and it ended up being an easy win against an overmatched Euro League squad. There was a bunch to take away from the game and how the Nets looked coming out of the gate. The guys go through each of the starters and most of the bench, what they saw in the course of the game, and some things to get excited about moving forward. Caris LeVert was a clear facilitator on offense, leading the team with 9 assists and adding 13 points. The dimes were a key and he got into a two-man game with the bigs whenever possible. The Nets were clearly working to utilize the athleticism of both Jarrett Allen and DeAndre Jordan who got to the rim over and over in this scheme. Doug and Adam look at all of this and more in a breakdown of the Nets’ first preseason game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The We Got Nets guys are back, this time broadcasting from Bali, Indonesia with a podcast from the other side of the globe. They are talking Nets Media Day and all of the quotes and soundbites that came out of the team. They discuss Kyrie Irving’s and Kevin Durant’s quotes about last season and their decisions to become Brooklyn Nets in the offseason. There were, for sure, some interesting pieces of information that came out of those interviews. Specifically, Kyrie talked about the death of his grandfather and how that affected him on and off the court last season. It was a personal look at the guy and his mindset leading into this season. The guys also discuss what Kenny Atkinson and Sean Marks had to say about the upcoming season and how there could be fluidity around the roster and the rotations. And finally, they look at the new Nets court from a graphic design point of view and Adam comments on why it completely rocks. www.wegotnets.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit
Training camp starts in 10 days and season is just over a month away. That means the We Got Nets guys are gearing up with their Brooklyn Nets Podcast. There’s still plenty to talk about leading into opening night with the Nets’ roster still very much in doubt. Wilson Chandler is suspended, Rodion Kurucs might be dealing with some legal issues and the team is already short on power forwards for their roster. They examine some theoretical moves to make, plus respond to some recent trade scenarios thrown out by a couple of different outfits. And of course, they have to talk about Spencer Dinwiddie’s contract as a security and how it could be a groundbreaking move for professional athletes going forward. All of this and more on the We Got Nets, Brooklyn Nets podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
In the first Overtime Media crossover podcast of the season, We Got Nets host Adam Armbrecht joins Adam Taylor of the Celtics Center Podcast to discuss the upcoming season, offseason moves and much more. They, of course, talk about Kyrie Irving leaving the Celtics for the Nets and what that means for both teams. There's also discussion of Caris LeVert's contract and what that could mean for Jaylen Brown's upcoming negotiations. And they talk USA Basketball as well. All this and more on a crossover between the Celtics Center Podcast and We Got Nets.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The We Got Nets Podcast, talking all things Brooklyn Nets, is back for Episode 10. Despite still being in NBA news no-man’s land, there was plenty to talk about on the Brooklyn front with a bunch of team-related news coming over the last week plus.Doug Norrie and Adam Armbrecht begin the podcast discussing the Caris Levert extension and what it means for both player and team. They both agree it’s almost a team sweetheart deal compared to some of the other extensions we’ve seen in the past. They speculate both the Levert injury and the nature of the Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant injuries might have played a part in getting something team-friendly on the books. They also look at the Wilson Chandler PED suspension and what that means for the Nets’ depth. There’s talk of working out guys like Carmelo Anthony and Joe Johnson and the guys make a statistical case about why that might be a mistake. And finally, they quickly discuss the Rodion Kurucs domestic abuse allegations that came out within the last day or so. All of this and more on the We Got Net, Brooklyn Nets Podcast. Show Notes:Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The We Got Nets Podcast, all about the Brooklyn Nets is back for Episode 9. It might be the dog days of summer, but the guys are still talking Brooklyn Hoops. They start off talking about the news that the We Got Nets Podcast will be joining the Overtime Media Podcast Network. It’s exciting to be under a bigger sports podcast umbrella and a big step forward for WGN. Then they talk about the Nets ownership moves this week and how Joseph Tsai will be taking a majority holding from Mikhail Prokhorov. They talk about what this means for the team and the franchise and how Tsai’s connections to China are a big move for the NBA as well. There’s also talk about ESPN’s Kevin Pelton’s early look at NBA rankings and playoff seedings. He was a bit lower on the Nets than some others. And finally, Adam tries to compare a volleyball injury he sustained to Kevin Durant’s health. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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