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Beyond The Buzzer:
Watson was asked if he ever thought about coming back to the Bulls for a price less than the $3.2 million option the team declined.
“My agent said something about that, but I never thought about coming back,” Watson said.
Between the fact that his option was declined and the response he received from fans after passing to Asik in the final seconds of Game 6 against the Philadelphia 76ers, Watson obviously harbors some negativity as to how his tenure with the Bulls ended.
“I thought I kind of got mistreated,” Watson said. “But it is what it is.”
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Brooklyn Nets play by play man and NFL on CBS announcer Ian Eagle was able to pull off quite the impressive double dip during Friday's Nets-Pistons game in Brooklyn Joe Johnson hit a buzzer beating three with the game tied at the end of the second overtime for a 108-105 victory. Not only did Eagle give a solid call of the game-winner, he also paid homage to comedian Jerry...
C.J. Watson never considered re-signing with the Bulls as a free agent in the offseason.
If you happen to be looking for the assist of Friday night in the association, you need to check out this blind pass from Brooklyn Nets guard C.J. Watson.Watch as Watson finds Gerald Wallace for the easy two with this heads-up play:
The Brooklyn Nets got a boost last night with the return of Brook Lopez. Lopez had missed the team's previous seven games due to a sprained foot. However, he returned last night to help the Nets. But it wasn't enough. The Nets fell in Lopez's return xx-xx. Lopez scored nine points and pulled down four boards. He was not quite as productive as his normal self...
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Former first-round draft pick Shawne Williams was arrested on drug charges earlier this week for the third time in five years.
Deron Williams and Joe Johnson will need to improve their shooting for the Nets to reach their potential.credit: nydailynews.com
After deciding to re-sign with the Nets for the long-term during the offseason, point guard Deron Williams has yet to find his shooting touch. In 23 games, D-Will is only shooting 39% from the field, and 30% from the three-point line.
With their two best...
Nets Joe Johnson hits a buzzer beating three pointer to secure the Nets win 107-105 over the Pistons in double-overtime. It was a game that saw the return of Brooke Lopez to the line up but also saw point guard Deron Williams struggle offensively. photos via Facebook video via ProBasketball Talk
In last night’s double overtime game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Detroit Pistons, Joe Johnson did exactly what he was brought in to do — hit big shots. Tied at 105-105 with 5.8 seconds left, Johnson inbounded the ball to point guard Deron Williams. Williams then handed it right back to Johnson and the all-star shooting guard took a few dribbles then pulled up for a step...
NEW YORK -- The Brooklyn Nets managed to blow an early double-digit lead Friday, this time a 17-point second quarter advantage. But they somehow found a way to pull out a 107-105 win in double overtime over the visiting Detroit Pistons, thanks to the heroics of shooting guard Joe Johnson. Johnson, acquired in the offseason in a multi-player trade with the Atlanta Hawks, was back...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Joe Johnson made a jumper from just inside the arc as time expired in the second overtime, giving the Brooklyn Nets a 107-105 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
Johnson finished with 28 points for the Nets, scoring their final five in the second extra period. Gerald Wallace added 25 points and 10 rebounds.
Deron Williams scored 17 points and Andray...
Gerald Wallace blocked most of Chicago’s dunk attempts on Saturday, but Joakim Noah did manage to get one down over Brook Lopez. This means that both Lopez twins have appeared on the posterized list this season, which comes as a surprise to exactly no one…
Honorable mention to the Clippers. They didn’t directly posterize anyone, but they dunked all over the Bucks.
Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson put on a dribbling exhibition for Pistons forward Tayshaun Prince before calmly stepping back and ending last night's double overtime game with this shot.
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