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While summer vacation has ended for most of us, it hasn’t for Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams who decided to upload this Instagram video to his account.
Watch as D-Will pulls off this epic flip into the pool off of a diving board:
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Kevin Garnett will be heading back to China this week to promote his upcoming sneaker release with Anta, and visit with his Chinese fans. KG is scheduled to arrive there on Wednesday, and will spend one week in the Far East. He’ll be participating in a presser to promote the upcoming “NBA Global Games” and will also make several appearances across the continent. Here’s the...
One of the more interesting side shows of the off season has been the war of words between the Knicks and the Nets. Paul Pierce started it by saying how he has always hated the Knicks but since joining the Nets, he hates them even more. "Everybody knows how much I disliked the Knicks when I was with the Celtics, but I think it's grown to another level," Pierce...
Mason Plumlee is returning to Duke University.
The school announced on Wednesday (Aug. 28) that it will host the Brooklyn Nets for training camp. The Nets will train from Oct. 1-5.
Stay tuned to see if the two teams (Nets and Duke) battle it out in a scrimmage.
And the banter between the Nets and Knicks continues…J.R. Smith is the latest Knick to comment on Paul Pierce saying that it was time for the Nets to “start running this city” and calling NY the “Nets Village.”
According to Ian Begley of ESPN.com:
Asked about Paul Pierce’s comments that the Nets will take over NY, J.R. Smith says Pierce is “a bitter person just getting...
What exactly is JR going to do? Have him date Rihanna?
J.R. Smith on Paul Pierce saying the Nets will run NY: "Just know that his words have consequences & he's going to have to pay for them."
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) August 31, 2013
Paul Pierce has gone from an NBA star sad about leaving his longtime team, the Boston Celtics, to one upbeat about the chances of his new team, the Brooklyn Nets.
But J.R. Smith isn’t having none of that.
The Knicks shooting guard wasn’t pleased with Pierce’s recent assessment that the Nets were going “to start running this city,” and he unleashed some Smith-style comments...
Last month, Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce decided to make a comment on ESPN Radio’s “The Michael Kay Show” that the Brooklyn Nets would soon be the toast of New York City and in his words,” I think it’s time for the Nets to start running this city.”.
As you might figure, New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith didn’t take kindly to the assumption that the Nets would be...
The war of words over New York City professional basketball supremacy continues.
Knicks guard J.R. Smith is the latest to pop off in response to comments made by new Nets forward Paul Pierce who suggested earlier this month that it was time for Brooklyn to “start running this city.”
“I just look at him as a bitter person just getting out of Boston” Smith told ESPNNY.com...
Back for part two of my NBA point guard rankings, the shortest installment of the series, as I will only cover three players. Two of which, are right on the cusp of being mentioned with the top five or six point guards but just need one full year of production. While the other point guard is probably the least liked of all the players, but was once in the discussion for the best...