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Less than a month after his ouster from the Brooklyn Nets, former NBA coach P.J. Carlesimo has joined ESPN as an NBA analyst. In other news, ubiquitous ESPN presence Jalen Rose is leaving “Numbers Never [...]
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Did you happen to notice a pleasing scent while watching the Nets this season? It just happens to be the 'signature' scent of Barclays Center.
Jerry Stackhouse gave an interview on Tuesday in which he detailed his playing days, and specifically some of the fights which he partook in. Stackhouse at one point made another NBA player bleed and also mentioned that he never really regretted any of them, but came close to feeling sorry about the Laettner squabble. Just phenomenal.
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Bomani Jones and Dan LeBatard of Highly Questionable had the lovely task to interview Jerry Stackhouse, in which Stackhouse discussed his epic NBA fights and one in particular where he beat the snot out of Kirk Snyder. The following season Snyder would actually thank Stackhouse for given him a beaten. One of the better parts of the video [...]The post Jerry Stackhouse Discusses...
Jalen Rose made another appearance on the Grantland podcast to talk about the struggles of one J.R. Smith. Rose made a few interesting points when he flatly stated that there are certain players in the NBA like the New York Knicks shooting guard, who need to go to the nightclubs to wind down after games.
But, he also said that in the social media era, he wouldn’t be in the clubs...
Jalen Rose has provided lots of insight into the lifestyle of a professional athlete since he has crossed over to the other side and climbed into the broadcast booth. In a recent podcast, Jalen discussed JR Smith – and most NBA players – petulance to party and if it actually harms their game.
The average person probably doesn’t have an up close and personal view of a...
If you’ve been to a Brooklyn Nets game this past season at the brand new Barclays Center then you may have noticed the fresh-smelling fragrance throughout the arena. That’s because the arena is pumping perfume through their ventilation system in an attempt to enhance consumer experience.
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As the last few fans rushed through the arena’s front doors,...
D.J. Stephens has recorded a 46-inch vertical leap during a workout on Wednesday hosted by the Brooklyn Nets, according to a Tweet from ESPN's Chad Ford.
Stephens averaged 7.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game in his senior season at Memphis, his first in which he received significant minutes. Stephens was also named Conference-USA Defensive Player of the Year.
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Barclays Center, the home of the Brooklyn Nets, is filled with modern day luxuries to enhance the game day experience for fans. After all, they are trying to one up the New York Knicks in every facet for New York City supremacy. Almost every new arena has amazing features. But Barclays Center is going one step further, as apparently the area vents pump out...