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The New Jersey Nets have signed free agents JamesOn Curry, Dennis Horner, and Jerry Smith, Nets General Manager Billy King announced today. Per team policy, terms of the agreements were not released. All three players come from the Springfield Armor, the Nets D-League affiliate, after appearing in the Armor’s first three games of the season. [...]
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The New Jersey Nets owner Mikhail Prokorov and general manager Billy King may have held an illegal meeting with Orlando Magic all-star center Dwight Howard in Miami earlier this week, violating the NBA’s tampering laws. Yahoo! reports: The Nets are under siege with SI.com and ESPN.com reports they held an illegal meeting in Miami this [...]
Dwight Howard reportedly wants the Magic to trade him to the Nets, but will Orlando accommodate his request? And will David Stern and Dan Gilbert allow it to happen?
Kris Humphries and his mother Debra appeared on Good Morning America this morning. Kris can’t really say much about the demise of his 72-day marriage to Kim Kardashian because of details in the prenup (Good job Kris! Jenner not Hump) but he did say that he’s not certain if the TV cameras were the cause of the problems.
I can’t say for sure or not for sure,” Humphries said...
Also, Nets reportedly reach agreement with former Knicks player Shelden Williams
The New Jersey Nets are poised to make a large contract offer to Nene, in an effort to pry the big man away from Denver. Reports Yahoo! Sports: “The New Jersey Nets are preparing to offer a four-year, $60 million-$65 million contract to free-agent center Nene, aggressively pushing to steal him away from the Denver Nuggets, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. Nets general manager...
The New Jersey Nets met with Dwight Howard Thursday night in a move that would be a violation of the league's tampering rules, according to multiple sources.
Howard met with Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov and general manager Billy King in Miami, sources said. Howard was joined by a few business associates.
The meeting violates the NBA's tampering rules because Howard'...
The Dallas Mavericks announced today they have signed free agent forward Brandan Wright. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Wright (6-10, 210) is a former first round draft pick (eighth overall) and joins the Mavericks as a free agent from the New Jersey Nets. Wright was traded to New Jersey last February [...]
FINALLY we hear from Dwight Howard, as he's coming out and talking about the latest rumors that he's heading to the New Jersey Nets.According to WESH TV, who shoot footage of Howard getting GRILLED by reporters about the rumors, after a three hour Magic practice, Howard addressed that HE HAS NEVER TALKED TO THE NEW JERSEY NETS. He did go on to say that he doesn't know...
As the year-end lists filter in this month, remember this: Not many people have had a more humiliating year than NBA free agent Kris Humphries. A year ago, Humphries was known as a mediocre pro basketball player who came off a mediocre bench for the mediocre New Jersey Nets. Now, after a 72-day marriage with Kim Kardashian, he is known as a mediocre...
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The New Jersey Nets met with Dwight Howard Thursday night in a move that would be a major violation of the league's tampering rules, according to multiple sources.
Christmas could come early for the Nets.
League sources confirmed to The Post last night that Dwight Howard has requested a trade to the Nets, bringing the franchise one step closer to their dream partnership of Howard and star point guard Deron Williams.
“You only get one time around,” Howard...