From the Booth


Mike and Ian talk about the Nets’ playoff matchup with the Raptors and give a review of the regular season.

From the Booth


Fratello and Eagle discuss Eagle’s 20-year history of calling Nets games.

From the Booth


On the Road with Mike

Nets fell to the Thunder 117-111 at home on Tuesday night, but it was a hell of a game. I felt for the officials because they had to make critical calls down the stretch, and even with the use of video replay it was difficult to make determinations on a few plays. The refs had to rely on their instincts and best judgement.

YES ‘Tis the Season

Last night the YES Network hosted its annual holiday gathering at the elegant Del Posto restaurant in New York City. This season also happens to mark ten years since the launch of The Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network, which has made an amazing climb in a short time.

Due to the lockout it’s been a long while since our last Nets broadcast, so it was good to see my fellow announcers as well as the producers and directors who make everything run smoothly behind the scenes. With the NBA back in action we have a lot to be thankful for this Christmas. It was great to get everyone together before opening week, and it turned out to be a terrific night of camaraderie for us all.

Pictured: Mike Fratello, Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel, Frank DeGraci, John Wilson

Photos courtesy of Christa Robinson