Found March 12, 2013 on Brooklyn Balling:
The Nets drafted Ryan Anderson 21st overall in the 2008 NBA Draft out of California. The 6-10 sharpshooter spent one year with New Jersey before being shipped to Orlando in the Vince Carter trade. Now, after signing a big deal this offseason with the Hornets, he's in New Orleans, coming off the bench and draining threes left and right    When: 7:30 pm; Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY TV: YES Network Well, last night really sucked for the Nets. A loss to a really bad, heavily slumping team like the 76ers--even on the road--is truly unacceptable for a team that is trying to win their division against a team (the Knicks) that's well over .500. But, the past is the past and there is nothing anyone on the Nets can do to get a mulligan for last night's atrocity so the only way to make up for it is to get a big win tonight, at home, against a banged-up Hornets team that hasn't been very good this year. Also, with ...
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