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Tweet Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez is putting the finishing touches on a season that will make some fans feel comfortable about the 4-year contract extension he signed last summer. Lopez is averaging 19.4 points, 7 rebounds, and a career-high 2.1 blocks per game. He was also selected to his first All-Star Game this [...]
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Jay-Z's latest track, "Open Letter," addresses his ownership stake in the Brooklyn Nets and is directed at all the "haters" and "dweebs."
The Brooklyn Nets defeated the Boston Celtics 101-93 on Wednesday.
The Celtics Brandon Bass took some of the game’s frustration out on the rim and Nets center Brook Lopez.
Lopez certainly was not backed down as hard as some people were this season were ( i.e. Jason Terry), but he was backed down all the same.
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Reggie Evans has been missing recently from the starting lineup announcements, choosing to continue his solo pregame ritual in the locker room. While he does his thing in the back, Andray Blatche has stepped up to assist his teammate and runs out when Evans’ name is called during intros (Video).
According to Stefan Bondy, New York Daily News:
Reggie Evans was again nowhere to...
Jay-Z’s share in the Brooklyn Nets is worth just $355,100, or less than it would cost to buy a two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn reports BuisinessInsider.com.
Earlier this week Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Jay-Z would be selling his share of the Brooklyn Nets so that he can become an NBA agent. While the entrepreneur has been the most visible face of the Nets...
We all know Jay-Z plans on taking over the entire planet one day, but for right now the sports world will have to do. Yahoo!’s in-house sports expert Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Jay-Z is looking to divest his ownership share in the Brooklyn Nets so he can further extend his Roc Nation Sports agency [...]
You were wondering if Deron Williams was playing like an All-Star again? Well, stop wondering
Second game of a back-to-back? Check. Road game vs division rival? Check. Road game vs playoff team? Check. All-Star-like performances from Joe Johnson, Deron Williams, and Brook Lopez? Check. Double-digit rebounds from Reggie Evans? Check. All of those things describe...
This was just too good to wait until after the game to post.
Brandon Bass just demolished Brook Lopez with perhaps his best, most aggressive as a Celtic. Awesome dunk.
The Celtics lost an ugly game against the Brooklyn Nets 101-93, but before the final buzzer went off, Kevin Garnett took it upon himself to let Kris Humphries know Boston does not care for him much.
With just under nine minutes left in the fourth quarter there was a loose ball. Both Garnett and Humphries went for the ball and Humphries clearly had it. Garnett took the opportunity...
The Nets are clearly trying to will themselves into clinching the 4th seed in the East while the Celtics struggle to keep their place near the bottom. In whats already been a rough stretch for the green team only got worse when the division rivals came and swept the Celtics on the road for the season. The Nets won with a balanced scoring attack and gutted the Celtics defense. Three...
I don’t like to watch the Nets. I find their style of play boring, Kris Humphries is irritating, I don’t particularly like Deron Williams, and the ghost of “Crash” Wallace makes me sad. What makes me even sadder is watching the Celtics get slowly rolled over by a team I find an excruciating mix of uninteresting and unlikeable. Lets just skip straight to the bullet points...
Just in case you forgot, Kim Kardashian and are still married. Their divorce proceedings are finally about to get underway. The Hump wants an annulment and says he was duped [...]