Found February 08, 2013 on
“Lucky I didn’t have Jay drop him from the team” – Kanye. Well it looks like Mr. West was just a year ahead of the curve, The Brooklyn Nets are in trade talks with the Charlotte Bobcats according to ESPN’s Chris Broussard. The trade would send Hump to the Bobcats for veteran guard Ben Gordon.
The Nets would use Gordon in the same fashion as the Clippers use Jamal Crawford or the Knicks use J.R. Smith. It’d automatically boost their bench and give them one of the best bench scorers in the East. The Nets could use that punch off of the bench since Marshon Brooks fell out of favor with the coaching staff.
As far as Kris is concerned he might want to consider calling his divorce lawyers ASAP because Charlotte is where NBA careers go to die. His settlement from Kim K. would make the move feel a bit better, at least on the pockets.
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Kris Humphries and Ben Gordon could be switching places. The Brooklyn Nets and Charlotte Bobcats are discussing a swap, according to ESPN's Chris Broussard.
Broussard wrote that a deal isn't imminent.
But this deal makes sense for the Bobcats, who desperately need frontcourt help, and Humphries is capable of averaging a double-double if given the minutes (and there...
Brooklyn Nets rookie forward Mirza Teletovic, a 27-year-old rookie from Bosnia, shot three consecutive air balls during the fourth quarter of Wednesday night's NBA game against the Detroit Pistons. We can not confirm whether Teletovic set an NBA record in the process.
As of this writing, Teletovic only averages about 8 minutes a game (in 28 games played). It's going...
A league source has confirmed a report that the Nets and Bobcats have had preliminary talks about sending power forward Kris Humphries to Charlotte for guard Ben Gordon.
While the deal isn't etched in stone, a change would provide big ups for each team.
The Feb. 21 trade deadline is less than two weeks away but Humphries claims he's not distracted by all the talk.
It's not often you see NBA players air ball jump shots unless the shot gets tipped. Mirza Teletovic of the Brooklyn Nets accomplished this feat last night.....three consecutive times.
Although Mirza only averages about eight minutes and 3.4 points a game, he still needs to shoot better than this. I would almost have to compare this to a hat trick in soccer or hockey...
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Praise whatever (if any) deity you follow - Bradley Beal is ready to play again!
As reported by Gene Wang of the Washington Post, main man is set to return to the lineup tonight against the Brooklyn Nets after missing the last five games with a wrist injury that occurred back on January 18 in Denver. Although Beal initially played through the discomfort for a few games, he noticeably...
The Nets are searching for a shooter to space the floor and believe Ben Gordon would fill a void.