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Although Paul Pierce will be playing his basketball this year with the Brooklyn Nets, the former Celtics forward knows a thing or two about the city of Boston.
Recently, the fine folks over at Dish Network decided to put together a series of viral videos which shows famous athletes teaching people how to speak like people living in Boston.
Below is Pierce’s full video clip:
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Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams posted a video of himself playing dodgeball in a trampoline playground complex, and it looks like he was having a ball.
Williams was warming up for his upcoming "Dodge Barrage" fundraiser, a round-robin style celebrity dodgeball tournament, on September 19th at the Basketball City complex in NYC. Proceeds from the event will benefit...
The Knicks and Brooklyn Nets are separated by 6 miles in existence, but separated by decades of success, when it comes to their rivalry.
The new aged rivalry has ratcheted up a bit after the Nets traded for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.
Knicks point guard Raymond Felton is aware of the Nets new-found swag, and told SLAM that “Pierce’s talking junk, will only boost the rivalry...
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez broke out last season, averaging 19.4 points to lead all NBA big men on his way to his first All-Star Game. However, his summer got off to a rough start, as it was confirmed that Lopez required surgery on his right foot for the third time in less than two years. Lopez was recently able to shed his walking boot and resume workouts, and he told Tim...
The Nets already had talent in Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez last season, but now they’re stacked after adding Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. Expectations are through the roof for first year head coach Jason Kidd’s ball club.
In order to live up to those expectations, Kidd’s veteran team must remain healthy. Paul Pierce is 35 and Kevin Garnett is 37. Reducing...
Jason Kidd and the Nets should probably start paying into the kitty for when the NBA decides to fine them this season.
Taking a page from Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, who was penalized by commissioner David Stern last season for resting players like Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, Kidd told reporters that Kevin Garnett “probably” will not play in back-to-back sets for the Nets....
Kevin Garnett might not play in back-to-back games next season as the Brooklyn Nets make a concerted effort to keep the veteran forward fresh for the final stretch of the year.
“We’ve talked about it that there’s going to be (minutes restrictions). When you look at KG, probably no back-to-backs for him,” Jason Kidd said. “Those are just topics we’re talking about, throwing...
The Nets have 20 back-to-back games scheduled for 2013-14, and head coach Jason Kidd says Kevin Garnett, 37, is unlikely to play in them.
According to Stefan Bondy of the NY Daily News:
Jason Kidd said Kevin Garnett probably won’t play in any back-to-backs. Kidd says he’s had discussions with Garnett about this.
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Paul Pierce, who has general manager aspirations and also deep ties to the Celtics, said he understood why the club dealt him to the Brooklyn Nets. Playing with a new organization has forced Pierce to adjust quickly...
Yesterday on TNLP, we featured a clip of Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams doing a series of flips on a trampoline but that wasn’t the only trampoline clip that caught our attention.
Check out this clip of Deron facing off in the same establishment against some little kids in a friendly game of dodgeball:
All the talk this offseason has been about the Nets' starting five with Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett being traded from Boston and joining Brook Lopez Joe Johnson and Deron Williams under new coach Jason Kidd.
But Knicks coach Mike Woodson isn't sure what his starting five will look like heading into the season. Woodson was asked about his lineup during an appearance at...