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Not only did Jason Terry pretend to get elbowed in the face, he then proceeded to go after Greivis Vasquez in anger as if he actually hit him. The Jet may be hearing from the league and getting a slight slap on the wallet after this display.
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Brooklyn Nets guard Jason Terry pretended to be elbowed in the jaw by the Sacremento King' Greivis Vasquez. It was an award-worthy flop.
We’re pretty sure Jason Terry wasn’t a drama major in college, but whoever teaches drama at the University of Arizona would be proud of Terry’s acting job Wednesday night. The Sacramento Kings led the Brooklyn Nets 84-72 midway through the fourth quarter when Terry cemented his name into flopping lore by attempting to sell a Greivis Vásquez “elbow” to the face. It wasn’t...
The Brooklyn Nets are approaching year one of this project as championship or bust. They’ve looked nothing like a championship team after seven teams, holding a disappointing (2-5) record.
Last night’s 107-86 defeat at the hands of the Kings was the last straw for Jason Terry.
“It’s a long season. You’d like to say, ‘Stay even-keeled.’ But for us right now, this is...
Mason Plumlee didn’t take long to force Jason Kidd’s hand.
After the rookie big man from Duke didn’t play in either of the Nets’ first two games of the season, and then only got a brief garbage-time cameo in the third, it looked as if Plumlee was far from being a part of the rotation.
But after playing more than 15 minutes in two of the last three games, including performing...
In case you haven’t heard, the Brooklyn Nets are not playing well. The team with the gazillion dollar payroll is 2-6 with losses to Sacramento, Washington and Orlando.
And Kevin Garnett isn’t helping. He’s averaging 6 ppg on 30% shooting:
The rebounding numbers (6.9 in 22 mpg, 15.0 RP48)) are really good. Other than that, the numbers are ugly.
Here’s a blurb from the Nets...
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Deron Williams says he’s back, so should the rest of the NBA be put on notice?
Williams who hasn’t looked like a top five point guard in almost two years, told ESPN New York that he’s “starting to feel like his old self.”
“I want to get back to playing basketball,” Williams said. “I haven’t been able to do it and now I’m just getting to where I feel like I can...
The Brooklyn Nets are banking on their ability to work out all their growing pains by the all star break, and then going on a torrid run to end the second half with a top 4 seed in the playoffs.
Brooklyn has just two wins to begin the season, and the juggernaut we all expected to see has been slow to incorporate Garnett, Pierce and Kirilenko in Jason Kidd’s first season as head...
Joe Johnson stole a pass and dropped in a short jumper as time expired in overtime, giving the Brooklyn Nets a 100-98 win over the Phoenix Suns on Friday night.
Johnson had tied the game at the end of regulation on a short floater with 30 seconds left. He finished with 13 points on 6-of-19 shooting as the Nets picked up their first road win of the season.
Brook Lopez scored 25...
Marcus Thornton came off the bench and was scorching hot immediately. He scored 24 points on 10-19 shooting. He also added four three-pointers.,
There really isn't much to say about this one other than that the Kings knew there was a game tonight, and prepared for it accordingly, while the Nets did not. Losing their third game in a row overall--and fourth in a row...
As a Net, Joe Johnson has came through in the clutch to win games on many occasions. Tonight was no different, except the buzzer-beater came on a floater, not jumper
It sure is nice to feel good about the Nets again.
After a wretched first quarter, countless lead changes and momentum shifts in the second half, and pulse-pounding back-and-forth action in the overtimes...
By JUSTIN EINHORN
STATS Senior Editor
The Brooklyn Nets had title aspirations in mind when they acquired some big-name veterans in their offseason makeover.
The Phoenix Suns went through one with an eye on the future, bringing in younger and less-heralded players, but theirs has worked a whole lot better.
Maybe no team has been a bigger disappointment than the Nets, who will share...
FOX Sports Detroit is excited to announce the addition of former National Basketball Association player Jerry Stackhouse as a studio analyst for select Pistons Live shows during the 2013-14 season.
Stackhouse averaged almost 17 points a game during his 18-year NBA career. His best season came in Detroit, where he averaged 29.8 points a game in 2000-01. He was a two-time NBA All...