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The Sports Bank:
New York Knicks
The Sports Bank will be counting down to the opening tip of the 2012-13 NBA season with team by team previews starting with the worst and working our way to the title contenders. There is no lockout this time around so let’s get going.
With a move across the Hudson, new arena and logo, and remade roster; the now Brooklyn Nets’ much anticipated makeover is complete. With all the money they spent this off-season, the team will undoubtedly be one of the most improved teams in the NBA but will it be enough for the franchise to compete for the Eastern Conference title?
2011-12: 22-44, 12th in Eastern Conference
Predicted EC Finish: 3rd
Projected Depth Chart:
C: Brook Lopez/Reggie Evans
PF: Kris Humphries/Mirza Teletovic/Andray Blatche
SF: Gerald Wallace/Josh Childress/Jerry Stackhouse/Tornike Shengeila
SG: Joe Johnson/Marshon Brooks/Keith Bogans
PG: Deron Williams/C.J. Watson/Tyshawn Taylor
Brooklyn’s off-season was: makin’ it rain. By re-signing Deron Williams, Gerald W...
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Divorce proceedings for Brooklyn Nets power forward Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian have been going on for a year. Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner, is reportedly the holdout.
“Kris Jenner has decided that she will let the divorce drag on because she is not willing to give into any of Kris’ demands,” a source told Fansshare.com. “Kim wants them to just settle out of court...
If you can count on Charles Barkley for one thing, well a couple of things — it is his brutal honesty and the fact that statements made colored with said brutal honesty are almost always spot-on. Such was the case during a recent conference call Barkley was taking part in along with Shaquille O’Neal and [...]
The Nets are suddenly cool.
They're the ugly duckling turned beauty after a remarkable makeover, the longtime laughingstock that transformed into the NBA's ''it'' team.
Their new home is beautiful, their redesigned uniforms sharp. They've got famous friends of the program and an unmistakable buzz all around the franchise.
Life in Brooklyn sure is different...
In three appearances with the Nets this preseason, Stephen Dennis played 21 minutes, scoring two points with a rebound and a steal.
How much would you pay to be in attendance for the first ever Brooklyn Nets game at the brand new Barclays Center? According to the New York Post, tickets for the game against the crosstown rival New York Knicks are going for an average of $800.87 per seat on StubHub and other secondary-market sites. That makes the sold-out contest on November 1st the hottest ticket for a sporting...
Tickets for the season-opening game between the Knicks and Nets on Nov. 1 are in high demand, with seats going from $800 to get in the door to $8,100 to sit courtside.
Thanks to Comedy Central's "Night Of Too Many Stars", we might see a new temporary tattoo on Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams.Deron decided to join forces with the fundraiser that benefits children with autism and if the event helps raise over $100,000, he will get a temporary tattoo for Brooklyn's home opener on November the 1st.Some of you may ask, what are...
The NY Islanders and the Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets, expected make an announcement at 1p.m. today.
In attendance at today's big annoucement will be NY Islanders Owner, Charles Wang, NHL Commisioner Gary Bettman, Garth Snow, Owner of the Brooklyn Nets Bruce Ratner, NYC's Mayor Bloomberg. Many more big names are also expected to attend.
There was not a reason...