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The Brooklyn Nets marquee point guard Deron Williams has had a season full of highs and lows.
Coming out of the break, some thing like painful ankles won’t keep him down. Despite speculation to the contrary, Williams will face the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday.
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Deron Williams has consistently been an all-star throughout his career. So after managing to put up averages of just 16.7 ppg, and 7.6 assists so far this season, Williams missed his first all-star game in years. As questions about his weight and injuries continue to float around someone finally decided to come to the defense of Williams. His coach.
Per ESPN, PJ Carlesimo made it...
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Five points separated the Nets and the Bucks in their home-and-home set, and Brooklyn came away with two straight last-second victories.
Deron Williams scored 23 points and the Nets escaped with a 97-94 victory on Wednesday night after Milwaukee's Monta Ellis missed a chance to tie the game with three foul shots in the final seconds.
"We did a good job...
#Nets now 32-0 when outscoring opponent this season
— Nets PR Dept. (@Nets_PR) February 20, 2013
There you have it. The Brooklyn Nets hosted the Milwaukee Bucks at the Barclays Center on Tuesday evening. According to the crack staff in charge of the Twitter feed for the Nets’ Public Relations Department, by beating the visiting Bucks by the score of 113-111 in overtime, the...
The Barclays Center has an elevator parking system that makes buses and cars disappear 2 and a half stories underground. It can hold up to 100,000 pounds and can whirl a bus 360 degrees around in 4...
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You can't put anything past the Brooklyn Nets PR department, based on this brilliant quote posted on their Twitter feed Tuesday night after their overtime win:
#Nets now 32-0 when outscoring opponent this season— Nets PR Dept. (@Nets_PR) February 20, 2013
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KNOCKING EM DOWN
Tonight, the NBA team that you have to feel sorry for is the Milwaukee Bucks as they fell to the Brooklyn Nets because of Nets guard Joe Johnson.The Bucks held a three-point lead with 6.7 seconds left in regulation and Brooklyn looked for Joe to the tie the score and guess what...he did:The score was knotted at 111 in overtime and the Nets gave Johnson the ball again to win the game...
After missing the Nets' two games right before the All-Star break (wins over the Nuggets and Pacers) with ankle inflammation, Deron Williams is expected to return tonight vs the Bucks
When: 7:30 PM: Tuesday, February 19th, 2013
Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
I think Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson has firmly put himself into the conversation of most clutch players in the league. Last night while facing the Milwaukee Bucks, the Nets found themselves down 3 with 6.7 seconds left. Check out the video courtesy of That NBA Lottery Pick, to see what Joe did next.
After sending the game into overtime, check out the finish as Joe Johnson...
The Brooklyn Nets have enjoyed a nice run since leaving New Jersey. In fact, the team is undefeated when winning at the end of games -- remarkable.
Jerry Stackhouse took an active role in the NBPA's meeting on Saturday that led to the dismissal of executive director of Billy Hunter.
The Nets are offering Kris Humphries, MarShon Brooks and a first round pick for Paul Pierce.
From Woj (who else?)
The Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets have discussed a trade for Celtics star Paul Pierce, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. The Nets’ offer centered on forward Kris Humphries, guard MarShon Brooks and a first-round draft pick, but the Celtics want a more substantial package to consider moving Pierce, league sources said. “The Celtics still highly value Pierce...
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Joe cool
Joe Johnson has the reputation of being an isolation player. That is just what he has always done. You give him the ball and he scores. It is not always efficient and it is not always pretty. His trade to Brooklyn has been a mixed bag so far. He has not quite delivered...