Found July 11, 2013 on
It’s always something with Andray Blatche. Fresh off an investigation into an alleged sexual assault in Philadelphia — an accusation Blatche was cleared of two months ago, according to the New York Post — Blatche was dismayed to find a pile of violation notices from EZPass in his mail.
Blatche even posted a photo of the bills on Instagram, writing “Lol I get these n my mail every day lol”
Fortunately for Blatche, if he ever gets around to paying those bills, he shouldn’t have any problem clearing the fines. He finalized a two-year, $2.8 million deal with the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday, saying the Nets “had my back” when other teams would not touch him with a 10-foot pole last year. Now he has a chance to win an NBA championship with a Nets squad fortified by the acquisitions of Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry and Paul Pierce. What a life.
Check out Blatche’s bills in the photo below.
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Mikeal Prokhorov's Nets were able to sign fellow Russian, Andrei Kirilenko, to a well below market deal, prompting some teams to ask for an investigation.
The Brooklyn Nets have re-signed Andray Blatche and signed guard Shaun Livingston.
Blatche averaged 10.3 points and 5.1 rebounds in 19 minutes per game last season, his first with the Nets. The forward-center was the only Nets player to appear in all 82 games and will back up All-Stars Kevin Garnett and Brook Lopez.
General manager Billy King says Thursday in a statement that the...
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Mikhail Prokhorov is worth billions, and he made it living in country that, well, we don’t trust. Sure, Communism has been dead in Russia for over 20 years, but hey, they’re the Ruskies. It appears as if that feeling is carrying over to Prokhorov if we are reading the tea leaves correctly. A few owners and GM’s spoke anonymously about the Brooklyn Nets signing of Andrei Kirilenko...
Andray Blatche and Kevin Garnett have a rocky history, filled with insults and general disrespect.
Blatche and Garnett famously feuded in 2010, but patched things up last season.
“I can say Kevin, he surprised me,” Blatche said. “We were playing one game against each other, I believe it was last year, in Brooklyn. I was playing against him and he said, ‘Hey man, just keep...
Mikhail Prokhorov was going to spend money. The rest of the NBA knew that when the Russian billionaire purchased the Nets in 2010. They were prepared for Prokhorov to go deep into his pockets to acquire top talent, such as the trade for Joe Johnson last summer and the deal for Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce last month.
The owners aren't entirely cool with being brazenly outspent...
Deron Williams waited long enough for the Nets’ trade with the Celtics to become official. Now that Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry officially are on their way to Brooklyn, Williams is in the mood to celebrate.
After the blockbuster deal became official on Friday, the Nets point guard posted a Photoshopped image on Instagram featuring Pierce, Garnett and Terry already...
Andrei Kirilenko didn't land a lucrative, long-term deal, but he will join a franchise with zero fear of taking on an extreme financial burden.
According to Kirilenko's agent, Marc Fleisher, the Minnesota Timberwolves small forward of exactly one season will sign with the spendthrift Brooklyn Nets. The 11-year pro opted out of the second year of his contract in Minneapolis...
Photo courtesy of CelticsLife.com BROOKLYN, N.Y.—According to a report from CelticsLife.com, Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Garnett will wear No. 2 instead of the No. 5 he wore with the Boston Celtics or the No. 21 he donned for the Minnesota Timberwolves. This is according to Tim Bontemps, the Brooklyn Nets beat writer for the New York Post who made this announcement via Twitter...
The Brooklyn Nets already beefed up their roster by making a big trade with the Boston Celtics, and they are not done making moves. According to NBA reporter Peter Vecsey, the Nets have agreed to sign Andrei Kirilenko for the mini mid-level exception, which is $3.1 million. The Nets are getting a darn good defensive [...]
The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to sign Andrei Kirilenko for the mini mid-level on a two-year deal starting at $3.18 million Kirilenko will have a player option in the second season.
Kirilenko spent last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves and opted out of his $10.2 million contract for the 13-14 season.
The San Antonio Spurs tried to acquire Kirilenko via sign-and-trade.
Do Garnett and Pierce make the Nets better than the Heat?