Found May 28, 2013 on Brooklyn Balling:
All in all, Deron Williams was probably the Nets' MVP this season. I know, a lot of people would say Brook Lopez, but D-Will took on a leadership role with this team that Brook just wasn't able to do The 2012-13 season was supposed to be a "clean-slate" campaign for the Nets in which their checkered New Jersey past was discarded away into a trash bin and the only focus was to be bestowed upon just its Brooklyn future. Well, that was true to a certain extent, as the Nets finished 16 games above .500 and garnered the #4 seed in the Eastern Conference, an end-of-season standing that could be viewed as a success in its own right by many fans and supporters of the team. But then came the playoffs. Just to their luck, Brooklyn drew the #5 seed Chicago Bulls, a squad suffering from some brutal injuries, especially that of star point guard Derrick Rose, who missed the entire 2012-13 year with an ACL tear suffered in the 2012 playoffs. Even with Rose...

Mark Cuban takes Shot at Deron Williams

If you remember, last season the big fish in free agency was Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams. It was thought that the two potential landing spots for Williams were staying with the Nets as they moved to Brooklyn or taking his talents down to Dallas to play for the Mavericks. Turns out, that many [...]

Mark Cuban Takes Another Shot At Deron Williams

Much has been made of the Dallas Mavericks making a half-hearted run at Deron Williams during last summers free agency period, allow Williams to remain with the Brooklyn Nets. During an interview with ESPN Dallas, Cuban was asked whether he intentionally sabotaged his team’s efforts to sign Williams, because he preferred to make a run at free agents available this summer. Cuban...

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Mark Cuban Takes Subtle Shot At Deron Williams

Earlier this season, Deron Williams told the media that Mark Cuban not showing up at a free-agent meeting with the Mavericks over the summer was a big reason he didn’t sign with Dallas. Mark Cuban was a no-show because he was filming an episode of ‘Shark Tank’, and during an interview with ESPN Dallas Monday, the Mavs owner showed no remorse and sarcastically proclaimed it...
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