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Gerald Green is back in the NBA, and it appears his stay will last a little while longer. The former Celtic and 2007 NBA Slam Dunk champ is expected to sign a second 10-day contract Thursday to remain with the New Jersey Nets, Andy Vasquez of northjersey.com reports. Green, 26, has attracted praise for his scoring and athleticism off the bench. "Gerald has definitely -- he's been good for us," Williams was quoted as saying. "Most of our wings just run to spot up, but he runs to the rim, runs to get transition buckets, and it just gives us...
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Deron Williams really wanted to make his tee time Monday morning in Miami.
Knowing coach Avery Johnson would be giving his team the day off if they won, Williams took matters into his own hands and scored a franchise-record 57 points to lead the New Jersey Nets to a 104-101 victory Sunday night over the Charlotte Bobcats.
''I had an 11:39 tee time, so I had to make sure...
Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian's marriage didn't last long. But there were still plenty of guests who forked over some gifts at the couple's wedding. Now, with the two broken up, Humphries is reportedly a bit upset about the whole wedding gift fiasco. According to TMZ, the Nets big man is adamant that the gifts should be returned to the guests, feeling that Kardashian...
Former Los Angeles Lakers and now New Jersey Nets guard Jordan Farmar nailed a game-winning 3-pointer against the other team from Los Angeles on Wednesday night. The game winner capped off a solid night for Farmar who finished with 16 points, 3 assists and 2 steals in only 19 minutes.
Deron Williams finished with 21 points and got his 10th assist on the final bucket...
New Jersey Nets center Brook Lopez will miss three weeks of action with a sprained right ankle.
It is the same foot in which Lopez suffered a fractured fifth metatarsal, forcing him to miss the season's first 33 games.
He was injured in the third quarter of Sunday's win over Charlotte.
Lopez, who has been rumored in trade talks for Dwight Howard of Orlando, had averaged...
Deron Williams gets to keep his 11:39 tee time today in South Florida. That’s because the Nets won. And that’s because no Net in the NBA history of the franchise ever scored more points in a game than the career-high 57 Williams delivered last night in a 104-101 victory over the hapless Bobcats. “Coach said we’d have tomorrow off and I had an 11:39 tee time, so I had to...
The New Jersey Nets Jordan Farmar drains a three pointer leaving just 0.2 seconds left on the clock. The buzzer beating game winning shot gave the Nets a 101-100 win over the Los Angeles Clippers. I guess everyone though the ball was going to Deron Williams.
Which BB do you like better? The one after the jump, or this one, by Derrick Rose giving the Bulls a road win at the Bucks...
The Legends have acquired Dan Gadzuric from the Mad Ants in exchange for Maine's second round pick in the 2012 NBA D-League draft which was acquired by the Legends on Dec. 28, 2011.
MIAMI, MARCH 7–With Chris Bosh’s return to the Miami Heat’s line-up, so cometh the return of the double-digit beat downs.
Last night, the Heat pulverized the New Jersey Nets 108-78. If you look at the numbers for numbers sake Bosh’s 20 points look like a nice piece of a much bigger pie.
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Returning home to face the New Jersey Nets might be what the Miami Heat need to break out of a rare rough stretch.
With Chris Bosh expected back, the Heat look to continue their recent success both at home and against the Nets on Tuesday night when they try to avoid matching a season high with a third straight loss.
For the first time since a three-game skid Jan. 10-13, Miami ...