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We were a soft team tonight.
— Paul Pierce (2-11, 5 fouls). Maybe Paul uses the royal “we”?

The morning papers.

NBA Playoffs Throwback: New Jersey Nets vs. Toronto Raptors, 2007 first round, game 1

Vince Carter returns to the city in the north taking on Chris Bosh and the 3-seed Raptors. How time does fly. Jason Kidd had 15 assists in the win and the Nets won the series 4-2. Sad Raptor fans consoled themselves by watching Drake on Degrassi.

Barclays #blessed with a sky hook.

Barclays #blessed with a sky hook.

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No wonder Brooklyn lost. They started Drake at point guard.

No wonder Brooklyn lost. They started Drake at point guard.

GAME 7

GAME 7

NBA Playoffs throwback: Chicago Bulls vs. Brooklyn New Jersey Nets, 1998, Game 3, Eastern Conference quarterfinals.

In which Michael Jordan shoots an effortless 72% from the field(!!!) and goes 3-3 from 3, scoring 38 points to complete a 3 game sweep of the Nets in the Meadowlands.

A new chapter begins on Saturday in Brooklyn at 8pm EST on ESPN. 

It’s pretty hard to get Dap of the Year in the NBA, but Deron Williams and Reggie Evans giving it up mid-play after getting an offensive rebound is this years clear winner.

thescore:

Video: Here are Deron William’s SEVEN first-quarter threes.

(Source: thescore.com)

Kris Humphries has lost his spot in the Brooklyn Nets rotation, which has to be particularly galling for that guy who got traded from James Harden’s entourage. Humphries still has a year and $12 million left on the free agent contract he signed before the season, but it doesn’t look like he’s a part of the Nets’ future plans. Who would have thought that someone would make a long-term commitment to Kris Humphries, but then totally change their mind just a few months later?
The Nets plan to replace Humphries alongside Brook Lopez with a front court rotation of Andray Blatche, Reggie Evans, Mirza Teletovic, and Kanye West.

Kris Humphries has lost his spot in the Brooklyn Nets rotation, which has to be particularly galling for that guy who got traded from James Harden’s entourage. Humphries still has a year and $12 million left on the free agent contract he signed before the season, but it doesn’t look like he’s a part of the Nets’ future plans. Who would have thought that someone would make a long-term commitment to Kris Humphries, but then totally change their mind just a few months later?

The Nets plan to replace Humphries alongside Brook Lopez with a front court rotation of Andray Blatche, Reggie Evans, Mirza Teletovic, and Kanye West.

Brook Lopez grapples with Antawn Jamison in the Lakers’ big road win over Brooklyn. Jamison’s not actually hurting the Nets’ center; this is the same facial expression Brook Lopez makes when he has to figure out the tip on a restaurant bill, or when Kris Humphries tricks him with “down low/too slow.”

Brook Lopez grapples with Antawn Jamison in the Lakers’ big road win over Brooklyn. Jamison’s not actually hurting the Nets’ center; this is the same facial expression Brook Lopez makes when he has to figure out the tip on a restaurant bill, or when Kris Humphries tricks him with “down low/too slow.”

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