Found January 03, 2012 on
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New Jersey Nets point guard Deron Williams recently became a member of the Red Bull family, joining Celtics guard Rajon Rondo, Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum, Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush, and skier Lindsey Vonn among others. Red Bull’s cameras followed Williams from a game in New Jersey to a party in [...]
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As the Nets’ final season in New Jersey continues to swirl down the drain — they’ve lost four straight, after having won the season-opener — Deron Williams’ frustration builds. Reports the NY Daily News: “Deron Williams sat in front of his locker, visibly frustrated. Even the bucket of ice water surrounding his feet couldn’t cool the stare after a fourth straight loss...
Joining in a partnership with Red Bull has its perks, as Deron Williams learned after he inked a deal with the drink that gives you wings. Following a Nets home game, D-Will was supposed to take to the air in a Red Bull “Heli” from New Jersey to New York to host an NBA season kick-off party. But with poor weather conditions stopping him, Williams flagged down a Military Extreme...
The Celtics game tonight against the Nets just got a little bit easier, as the Nets will be without star point guard Deron Williams. They'll also be without Kris Humphries. Mark Mazzeo reports for ESPN New York that Marshon Brooks will start in Williams place. Center Brook Lopez will also not suit up for the Nets.
Also, Jermaine O'Neal looks set to return to the court tonight...
Things are ugly in New Jersey — and they could get a lot worse. The Nets fell to 1-4 Sunday after getting handled by the Cavaliers on Sunday. They are not a good team. The only thing that would make it worse is if they lost Deron Williams to free agency this summer… so maybe…
Deron Williams has officially earned his wings. Immediately following a Nets game in New Jersey last week, D-Will was scheduled to hop on a Red Bull helicopter in NJ to fly over the west side of Manhattan for a party being thrown in his honor by Red Bull to officially welcome him to the family. [...]
Nets point guard Deron Williams will miss Wednesday's game against the Boston Celtics because of a sore right side, the team said.
We knew it was going to be a few more days before fans could get back to booing Kris Humphries due to a sprained shoulder, but now another key Nets player will be out Wednesday against Boston. Deron Williams will sit out the game due to sore ribs, reports Stefan Bondy at the New York…
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Record: 3-3 (1st Atlantic, 4th East)
Record: 1-5 (5th Atlantic, 14th East)
Five Pacers scored in double figures Tuesday night as Indiana utilized a balanced attack and a strong shooting night to down the New Jersey Nets 108-94. The Nets' record fell to 1-5 with the loss. Deron Williams scored a game-high 22 points.