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Reebok has released it's new line of basketball shoes that will be worn by Jason Terry, Isaiah Thomas and Nerlens Noel (on the practice courts). Reebok Basketball debuts their new performance basketball campaign, Game Recognize Game, featuring Nerlens Noel, Isaiah Thomas, and Jason Terry. The spot features Reebok Basketball’s latest heritage inspired basketball collection – the Q96 and Pumpspective Omni.
The Q96 ($115) and Pumpspective Omni ($125) will be available 11/1 at Foot Locker, Finish Line, Champs, Jimmy Jazz and reebok.com.
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Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov arrived at his team’s home opener Friday night in Brooklyn armed with a new catch-phrase: “Aiming for Amazing.”
It’s unclear whether the Russian billionaire was aware “Amazing” is already associated in these parts with a certain baseball team in Queens that hasn’t been so amazing in recent years.
Nonetheless, you get the idea Prokhorov...
The NBA announced Saturday that they’ve fined Nets’ Andray Blatche $15,000 for making an obscene gesture (seen below) during the fourth quarter of Friday’s game against the Heat.
Brooklyn Nets center-forward Andray Blatche has been fined $15,000 for making an obscene gesture during the Nets 101-100 win over the Heat on Friday, Nov. 1, at Barclays Center, it was announced today...
Brooklyn Nets star Deron Williams says the key to beating the Miami Heat this year is to just believe. The Nets have lost their last 13 encounters with the two-time defending champion Heat. “I don’t know if we felt we were a better team than the Heat last year,” Williams said during a sitdown with first-year Brooklyn coach Jason Kidd for ESPN’s “SportsCenter” conversation...
Brooklyn Nets reserve center Andray Blatche was fined $15,000 by the league for making an obscene gesture late in the team's 101-100 victory over the Miami Heat Friday night at Barclays Center, NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn announced Saturday.
Blatche celebrated Joe Johnson's 3-pointer by making a gesture of a sexual nature on the sideline with 2:40...
The Heat vs Nets rivalry has heated up rather quickly with the addition of former Celtics transplants, Jason Terry, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce.
Friday, LeBron James added fuel to the fire with he refusal to discuss the Nets with the New York media just hours before tip-off.
According to the New York Daily News, James made it clear after the third Nets question he received that...
The Barclays Center had a $4 million dollar lawsuit filed against it in Brooklyn federal court yesterday by luxury-box holders who claim the arena's staff is racist.Ludwig’s Drug Store, of Prospect Heights, purchased rights to the box for three years on October 10 for nearly $1 million – but employees claim that they’ve been treated worse than nosebleed shmoes ever since...
Kevin Garnett not happy about the Nets open night loss.
The Brooklyn Nets defeated the Miami Heat 101-100 in the home debut of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry.
"I had to stop looking in the crowd," Garnett said. "It was a huge distraction, but it was beautiful. The energy here is incredible."
"That was electric," Terry said. "We feed off that. How can you not want to play hard every minute...
Nets fans had been waiting for this game ever since draft night, when general manager Billy King made the biggest move of the offseason by bringing Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and their championship pedigrees to Brooklyn.
And on opening night at Barclays Center, the new-look Nets didn’t disappoint.
The Nets went toe-to-toe with the two-time defending champion Heat on Friday night...
Believing you can do something, and actually going out and doing it are two different things.
Take Deron Williams and the Brooklyn Nets for instance.
While speaking to ESPNNewYork.com in advance of the Nets hosting the Heat Friday night, Williams says the Nets believe they are a better team then the Miami Heat.
“I don’t know if we felt we were a better team than the Heat last...
After the mini war of words between the Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Garnett and Miami Heat star LeBron James, it appears that the King decided to not answer anymore questions regarding that team up in Brooklyn.
Check out the below tweet from the ESPN Heat Index writer Brian Windhorst gets a definitive answer from the two-time champion:
LeBron: "I'm not answering any more...
Paul Pierce played very well in his Nets debut, scoring 17 points on just eight shots, but allowed a crucial offensive rebound late in the game which led to a tide-turning Anderson Varejao jumper
An exciting introduction to the new Brooklyn Nets, with a retooled starting lineup and refurbished bench. A close contest throughout. A matchup coming down to the very last...
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, if you happen to be sitting in courtside seats at an NBA game, you have to be ready for players to be flying at you.
Just a few moments ago, Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Garnett went flying into the courtside seats at the Barclays Center going for a loose ball against the Miami Heat:
Look out for flying KG!
Kevin Garnett image courtesy...