Found March 17, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Both Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are said to be willing to officially end their short marriage with an annulment rather than a divorce, but only if the other admits to fraud, TMZ reported Saturday. Kardashian believes that Humphries should admit to fraud because he promised to live with her in Hollywood but then said he wanted to move to his native Minnesota. Meanwhile, the New Jersey Nets player believes his estranged wife only married him as a publicity stunt and never intended to make it work, so she should admit to fraud. Kardashian, who was married to Humphries for 72 days before she filed for divorce, denies doing anything fraudulent and has vowed to spend whatever is necessary to win the case if Humphries continues to insist that she confesses to fraud. Another sticking point holding the high-profile case up is Humphries' demand for $7 million from Kardashian, which she is contesting because the couple's prenup does not entitle the basketball star to any mon...

Video: Nets pull off double alley-oop

I have a sinking suspicion that most of you didn't watch last night's New Orleans Hornets/New Jersey Nets affair. Since you didn't, you missed this impressive double alley-oop from Deron Williams to Gerald Green to Kris Humphries:

Kim Kardashian tweets sexy bedroom photo

Kim Kardashian decides to tweet a pic of herself in bed.  She pretty much defines attention *****.  Check out the pic and more of Kim Kardashian’s twit pics.

Jerry Smith Called Up By The Nets

Former Cardinal Jerry Smith finally received the call he had been waiting for. Smith was called up from the NBDL by the New Jersey Nets following a 2-for-1 trade that opened up a roster spot. Smith is averaging 19.1 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists in 32 games for the Springfield Armor. He was named D-League Player of the Month for February and Player of the Week for the first...

Video: Gerald Wallace Big With Young Girl Demographic

I learned something today: in the seven-year-old girl demographic, Luke Walton = bad, Gerald Wallace = good.  Who knew?   [youtube]IqQt01uFXyc&[/youtube] 

Williams says he won't opt-in for next season

The free agent class of 2012 has a new number one guy and yes, it's still a superstar.  Friday morning Deron Williams told reporters, including Stefan Bondy with the New York Daily News that he would be hitting the open market this offseason. "I’m not going to opt-in. It’s not monkey-see, monkey-do,” Williams told the Daily News. “Wherever I go is hopefully where...

Ten Things That Happened In Friday Night’s Nets Game

I don’t even feel any shame in saying that Gerald Green has become one of my favorite players to watch these days.  He’s lighting it up in New Jersey!  He posted another double-figure half on Friday night, and threw down a pretty nice alley-oop dunk.  As did Glen Davis.  Wait, what? That’s correct.  Let me assure you that this was one of the most unusual NBA games I...

Nets Finish Third Quarter On Highest Of High Notes, But Lose To Hornets Despite Gerald Green’s Clutchness

No one connected on any buzzer-beating half-court heaves, but I’d argue that what the New Jersey Nets accomplished in the closing moments of the third quarter in their eventual loss to the Hornets tops a lucky shot. In his first game as a Net, Gerald Wallace got involved on both ends of the floor during a 35-second sequence of events that saw the home team expand their lead from...

Magic look to continue dominance over Nets

Tune into Sun Sports at 6:30 p.m. to watch the Orlando Magic take on New Jersey Nets. NBA Magic territory. The New Jersey Nets acquired a front-line player at Thursday's trade deadline, though not the one most thought it would be. Now they'll get another up-close look at the one that got away. After months of back-and-forth deliberation, Dwight Howard has decided to stay...

Gerald Green Feels Blessed By Nets

The Nets and Gerald Green are in talks for a contract that will extend into the 12-13 season.

Nets Sign Gerald Green For Remainder Of 11-12

The Nets have signed Gerald Green for the remainder of the 11-12 NBA season.

Williams Not Mad About Howard's Decision To Stay With Magic

DeShawn Stevenson said Deron Williams did seem to be bothered by the day's events on the Nets' flight down to Orlando Thursday.

Hornets 102, Nets 94

Chris Kaman scored 20 points, including a key 23-foot jumper with a second left on the shot clock and 45 seconds left in the game, giving the New Orleans Hornets a 102-94 win over the New Jersey Nets on Saturday night. With the Hornets leading 95-94, Kaman made his jumper and then Marco Belinelli sealed the win with a fall-away 3-pointer with 16.8 seconds left, also with the shot...

Trade Analysis: Trailblazers & Nets swap bodies on deadline day

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Nets-Magic Preview

The New Jersey Nets acquired a front-line player at Thursday's trade deadline, though not the one most thought it would be. Now they'll get another up-close look at the one that got away. After months of back-and-forth deliberation, Dwight Howard has decided to stay with the Orlando Magic - at least through next season - and his quest for a championship continues when Orlando...
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