Found February 16, 2012 on NY Post:
PLAYERS: Deron Williams
TEAMS: Brooklyn Nets
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Nets All-Star point guard Deron Williams is not a fan of Linsanity. “What about it?” Williams asked yesterday morning when the subject of Jeremy Lin was approached. Williams said he did not watch Lin’s 3-point game-winner against Toronto. “I didn’t see. I don’t watch TV. I swear...
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