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Video: Jason Kidd tells Joe Johnson ‘we know it’s coming to you’ during final seconds of 2nd OT

Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd’s return to Brooklyn was eventful to say the least. After getting booed by the Brooklyn faithful before the game, Kidd got the last laugh as he Bucks defeated the Nets in triple overtimes. During the final seconds of the 2nd overtime, Kidd started to play mind games with SG Joe Johnson. Kidd knew that  the play was going to be drawn up for...
Via No Guts, No Glory
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Brooklyn Nets: Reaction to triple-OT loss vs Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Brooklyn Nets, 122-118, in triple overtime on Wednesday night.  The Nets should realistically have lost at the end of the first extra period. The Bucks’ Brandon Knight made a great defensive play with the game tied and ended up with a fast break to the hoop as time ticked down, only to overshoot the wide open layup and give the Brooklyn Nets second...
Via isportsweb.com
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Joe Johnson Decides Against Wide Open Dunk for Lay-Up

Joe Johnson uncharacteristically spoke up following the Nets win over the Magic last Sunday, but that doesn’t mean he’s changed as a person. Johnson lived up to his “Joe Cool” nickname once again Wednesday night deciding against a wide open dunk attempt for a lay-up. There was no one near Johnson, and he had no excuse not to dunk this ball. The reaction from the Nets bench...
Via Standing O Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Johnson Calls Nets ‘Selfish,’ Says Teammates Only ‘Pass When They Have To’

Joe Johnson isn’t satisfied with his team’s efforts so far this season. The Brooklyn Nets are 4-2, but their inability to move the ball efficiently is a cause for concern, according to the 13-year veteran shooting guard. “I just think guys kind of exhaust their options and then when there’s nothing else for them, then they’ll pass it when they have to,” Johnson told reporters...
Via NESN.com
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Nets' Johnson shows frustration, says team is being 'selfish'

The Brooklyn Nets are off to a solid start but you couldn't tell by Joe Johnson's comments. The veteran shooting guard, who complained about a lack of ball movement during the Nets' 104-96 win over the Orlando Magic on Sunday, took to Twitter to share his feelings, writing "I'm off this [expletive]!!" Johnson went into further detail on Tuesday but declined...
Via Fox Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Part Two: Brooklyn Nets season preview: Team projections

Previously I broke down the Nets Roster and analyzed their strengths and weaknesses. This is a continuation of that, previewing the upcoming season and what to expect from this team. This is part two of a three part analysis of the Brooklyn Nets’ upcoming season. You can read part one of the Nets’ season preview here: Brooklyn Nets season preview: Roster analysis The Nets...
Via isportsweb.com
October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Johnson's Knee is Feeling Better

Perhaps the All-Star break is just what the doctor ordered.Joe Johnson earned his seventh All-Star selection largely because of his scorching hot play in January, but toward the end of the month was inflicted with knee tendinitis that caused him to drop off considerably."It's been bothering him for some time," said Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd, according to a...
Via Nets Take Over
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Joe Johnson drills fan in head with errant pass

Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson accidentally nailed a fan in the head with an errant pass during the third quarter of Thursday's NBA game in London against the Atlanta Hawks.Johnson's attempted cross-court pass to teammate Andray Blatche was way too high. The unsuspecting fan was walking along in the second row, but didn't seem to be hurt after getting hit in the head...
Via Holdout Sports
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Johnson explains why he's so clutch

Say what you want about his contract, or the fact that he’s not the superstar you want him to be, but Joe Johnson is as close to clutch as you get in the NBA. Joe Johnson told Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News about why he’s been so successful at hitting the big shot as time winds down at critical points in the game. Johnson explained to Bondy how being clutch works...
Via Thacover2
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Johnson hits game-winning jumper to lift Nets over Thunder

Joe Johnson’s game-winning jump shot over Serge Ibaka lifted the Brooklyn Nets over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night, 95-93. It wasn’t a pretty game for the Nets and Johnson, with them trailing by as many as 16 points and Johnson only scoring nine points in the game, but they persevered when it mattered most. Joe Johnson has built quite the collection of game-winners...
Via Basketball Bicker
January 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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