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Jay Z may have sold his minority interest in the Nets but he told you in “Open Letter” that he was keeping the courtside seats. Hov was in the building for the first playoff game of the Brooklyn Nets era. Of course Jay had to stunt a little fashion realness for the masses, rocking a black Rich Kids “HOOLIGANS” sweatshirt and black jeans. His look was finished off with a Just Don Nets snakeskin snapback and Charles Barkley’s Nike Air Force 180′s.
And that cute little guy that was his guest, that’s his friend Ty Ty’s son.
Nets win their first playoff game at Barclay’s Center, 106-89.
BEST OF MAXIM
It is possible.
It is low possibility, but what else is Joe Johnson is going to say? Johnson filed suit against Shannon Beckton to be legally recognized as the father of her child and wants to have shared custody.
The only problem is the court dates fall during the NBA playoffs, so Johnson per TMZ asked the Judge to postpone the hearings until after the NBA Finals, to be on the safe...
Nets’ Jerry Stackhouse kicked off the first ever playoff game at Barclays Center in Brooklyn by singing the National Anthem prior to Game 1 of the Bulls-Nets playoff series. The 18-year veteran who has also sang the anthem as a member of the Milwaukee Bucks and Dallas Mavericks, does a pretty impressive rendition!
Jerry Stackhouse belted out the 'Star Spangled Banner' in the Brooklyn Nets' home playoff opener against the Chicago Bulls. He wasn't half bad, either.
If the haters were talking yesterday, D-Will shut them right up
If Deron Williams has not directly addressed the many criticisms he has heard since heading to the Nets from the Jazz a few years ago, then he is probably lying.
Countless writers, beat reporters, and fans alike have been incessant in ripping the franchise point guard for a perceived "letting-up...
Back in 2010, Jerry Stackhouse was a member of the Dallas Mavericks and got the chance to sing the United States National Anthem before a game against the Houston Rockets.
Flash forward to 2013, Mr. Stackhouse got the same opportunity to belt out the anthem as a member of the Brooklyn Nets.
Check out his performance below which occurred before the start of game one between the Nets...
Apparently, Brooklyn Nets fans are taking this whole “black-out” thing pretty literally as one fan sitting near the Chicago Bulls bench decided to wear sunglasses during a game.
Twitter maven @CJFogler tracked down the photo of the man and clearly, he likes to wear his sunglasses at the Barclays Center….at night
Deron will be playing the 1st Nets playoff game of his career tonight. Hopefully he plays many more
When: 8:00 PM; Saturday, April 20th, 2013
Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
TV: YES Network/ESPN
There are a lot of reasons for the Nets to be excited for tonight's game vs the Bulls, for obvious reasons. For players like Brook Lopez and MarShon...
NY Daily News
For the first time since the 2006-07 season, the Brooklyn Nets (49-33) have returned to post season; representing the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference. While their glory days of Jason Kidd, Vince Carter, and Kenyon Martin are over, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez, and Joe Johnson are ready to lead a new era in New York’s historic borough.
The second half of the...
Chicago Bulls (5) @ Brooklyn Nets (4)
The Nets are solid 67% favorites in game 1 vs the Bulls. The average score in the simulations is 96-91. The Nets are currently favored by five points and have exactly a 50% chance at covering that. It’s the first playoff game in Brooklyn, though, and I’d give up those five points if I was going to bet. Nets should win...
BallertainmentChicago Bulls – Brooklyn Nets Round 1 matchup preview
Though they won 3 of 4 against Brooklyn, the Chicago Bulls will need to be at the top of their game to win the playoff series against the home-court advantaged Nets. Tom Thibodeau’s stalwarts must come with the determination, energy, and robust defense displayed when they ended the respective 27 and 13 game...
Top 5 Players
1. Deron Williams (Nets)
2. Brook Lopez (Nets)
3. Luol Deng (Bulls)
4. Carlos Boozer (Bulls)
5. Joe Johnson (Nets)
1. Nate Robinson (Bulls)
2. Reggie Evans (Nets)
3. Rip Hamilton (Bulls)
Best scorer : Deron Williams (Nets)
Best passer: Deron Williams (Nets)
Best shooter: Nate Robinson (Bulls)
Best low-post scorer: Brook Lopez (Nets)
The Barclays Center will be popping tonight, rightfully so, for the Nets' 1st playoff game since 2007
With the Brooklyn Nets' 1st-ever playoff game just over six hours away, Brooklyn Balling's pregame coverage is just beginning. After this massive link dump of all the news surrounding the Nets on this all-important day, I'll be writing an introduction...
You would think people would learn to take any comments Charles Barkley makes with a grain of salt by now. He’s wrong half the time anyway.
Barkley, who is an analyst on TNT’s “Inside the NBA,” has said on many occasions that he doesn’t see the Los Angeles Clippers as true title contenders because they have “no toughness.”
Well, Los Angeles Clippers forward Caron...
On Sunday night during halftime of the Bucks-Heat game, TNT analyst Shaquille O'Neal did a lap around the set of TNT's studio show in a wifebeater and boxers. Shaq's partners on set gave no reasoning for his sprint in his skivvies, and Shaq hasn't tweeted since Saturday, so who knows just what exactly the reasoning behind things were. A bet with Charles Barkley seems...
Last night on TNT, between the Miami Heat’s sloppy, but convincing, win over the Milwaukee Bucks and the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 29-point defeat of the Houston Rockets, Charles Barkley opined that this year’s first round of the NBA Playoffs could end up being one of the worst in history.
“Worst” probably isn’t the right word. While this weekend’s games lacked drama...