Hang Time Podcast (Episode 128): Featuring Brooklyn Nets Radio Voice Chris Carrino

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — Institutional knowledge of the NBA will flow freely throughout the locker room next season in Brooklyn.

There will be more “old pros” on that Nets roster than any other single roster in the league. A staggering eight of the Nets’ top 11 players going into the season are 30 or older, including future Hall of Famers Kevin Garnett (37) and Paul Pierce (35). who came over via that blockbuster trade with Boston from last month. They’re a team we’re considering renaming “Thirtysomething,” (for all of you old enough to remember the sitcom from the late 1980s).

Whether or not that experience will power the Nets deep into the payoffs is still being debated around these parts. And that’s why we reached out to Nets radio voice Chris Carrino of WFAN to share some of his insights from the other side for Episode 128 of the Hang Time Podcast.

Carrino, a staple on Nets broadcasts since 1992, answers all of our questions about the Nets and their chances to compete with the Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks for top dog status in the Eastern Conference. We also dissect the changing roles fr guys like Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez and examine the new pressures faced by Deron Williams.

You get all of that and the name-dropping Olympics with Rick Fox and Lang Whitaker on Episode 128 of the Hang Time Podcast: Featuring Nets radio play-by-play voice Chris Carrino …


As always, we welcome your feedback. You can follow the entire crew, including the Hang Time Podcast, co-hosts Sekou Smith of NBA.com,  Lang Whitaker of NBA.com’s All-Ball Blog and renaissance man Rick Fox of NBA TV, as well as our new super producer Gregg (just like Popovich) Waigand and the best engineer in the business,  Jarell “I Heart Peyton Manning” Wall.

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  1. LPBL says:

    Hoping Garnett and Pierce would have fun in their new team before they both retires

  2. Kimmy says:

    I’m rooting for the Nets, sorry Spike Lee.

  3. zulu says:

    The Battle for New York maybe more interesting than what both teams do outside of Gotham City. Good podcast fellas…..

  4. rest KG and PP every other game. i hope they get another one. just make it to the playoffs

  5. ac says:

    good podcast. I still think the Knicks will be better than the Nets.

    • harvin says:

      Really! The Nets made moves this offseason and are a better team with good players in the starting lineup at every position. The only thing the knicks did wer grabbing MWP and getting Barngiani. NO rebounders or guys thatr can battle. The weakness is still there. Hw can they beat the Pacers? Bulls?

      • ac says:

        I didn’t say they could beat the Pacers or Bulls, though I do think they are better than the Bulls also. Not sure about the Pacers. I’m from Brooklyn and I have a gut feeling that Brooklyn is going to be this year’s Lakers.

      • Akeem says:

        Nets, last years Lakers?? Last years Lakers just added an injured Howard and injured Nash. The Nets added…..well we know. And not just the Celtic additions, but AK47. The Nets swept the Pacers last year. Without the poor run with A. Johnson, the Nets could’ve finished ahead of the Knicks. They added 4 NBA champs to their team. WOW!!!