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Quick note to young hoops players – the glass is your friend. In Thursday night’s game 6 against the Bulls, Brooklyn’s Gerald Wallace got lost in the land of indecisiveness and made the bunny layup interesting. Bunny layups should never be interesting. And then he did what any standup basketball player does when he misses an easy shot – he gets defensive with the refs.
The good news (for Brooklyn fans) is the Nets went on to beat the Bulls 95-92 in Chicago, forcing a game 7.
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Over the years here on That NBA Lottery Pick, we posted some pretty classic missed lay-ups but this one by Brooklyn Nets forward Gerald Wallace is a pretty epic one.
Watch as Wallace blows an uncontested lay-up right near the hoop against the Chicago Bulls in game six of their first round playoff series:
Gerald Wallace airballs easiest lay-up attempt of his career [The Brooklyn Game]
KILLER JUKE MOVE
Tweet Nate Robinson is a player some Chicago Bulls fans have a love/hate relationship with. His shot selection can be erratic at times. His decision making with the ball isn’t always the best. On the other hand, Nate has the ability to catch fire and score alot of points in a hurry like he [...]
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Prior to Game 6, a must win for the Nets to stay alive, Joe Johnson said he’s a decoy on the court for the Nets as he battles plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
According to Newsday:
“Late in games, I try to do what I can do to get us over the hump. I just have to play through it and gut it out . . . It’s kind of like I’m out there on one leg now. I’m a decoy, a spot-up...
The Brooklyn Nets wiped out their deficit. Now, they will try and finish off an improbable comeback.
The Nets are one win away from overcoming a 3-1 series hole after beating Chicago 95-92 Thursday night to force a seventh game.
Then again, the way Gerald Wallace sees it, they never should have been in that predicament.
''We feel like we're the better team,''...
This Brooklyn Nets fan is absolutely fired up about the winner-take-all Game 7 against the Chicago Bulls Saturday night.Watch as the entusiastic fellow girates wildly in the background while sporting oversized sunglasses, a black hat, and a Brooklyn jersey. Analyst Steve Kerr never has a chance to make his point to the viewing audience as we are all distracted by the hilarious hooligan...
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Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson each scored 17 points, and the Brooklyn Nets again avoided elimination, beating the short-handed Chicago Bulls 95-92 Thursday to tie their first-round series at 3.
The series goes back to Brooklyn for Game 7 on Saturday. The winner gets Miami in the second round.
The Bulls hung in until the end even though they were missing Luol Deng...
Despite losing last night’s game six to Brooklyn Nets, Chicago Bulls guard Nate Robinson put together a gutty performance with the stomach flu.
In the fourth quarter of play, Robinson was matched up with Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries and used a nice hesitation move to cause Kris to play some less than stellar defense:
Each member of the Nets' Big Three (Joe, Deron, Brook) scored 17 points as Brooklyn stunned the United Center crowd to force a Game 7 with the Bulls
Well, they did it, somehow. It wasn't easy, was nerveracking, and was unsure throughout, but the Nets' first-ever road playoff win as a Brooklyn team did the job, to be certain. Coming into tonight's pivotal...
Hey Nets, way to go! You guys managed to barely force a game 7 against one of the most depleted teams in NBA history. No Derrick Rose, no Luol Deng, no Kirk Hinrich…Taj Gibson has the flu, Nate Robinson has the flu, and Joakim Noah has severe plantar fasciitis. You guys must be really happy [...]
Hinrich missed Game 5, a Nets win, with the same calf injury that is causing him to miss Game 6. Luol Deng, with some sort of viral infection, is out too
When: 8:00 PM; Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
Where: United Center; Chicago, IL
Kirk Hinrich is out with a calf injury and Luol Deng has a viral infection. On the other hand, the Nets are completely...