Kevin Garnett is an old man in the NBA world and he’s racked up quite the mileage over the years, which is what entering the league when you’re 19 years old will do to you. But the impressive part about it is that, despite playing for 18 years, appearing in 1323 games and logging 47,801 minutes of [...]
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Jason Terry is one of the few players in the NBA who isn’t afraid to ruffle some feathers. And to make matters worse, he’s got a boat load of confidence. I mean, who else would tattoo the Larry O’Brien trophy on their arm before [...]
Against Lithunania on Monday night, the Brooklyn Nets’ Mirza Teletovic messed around and scored a game-high 31 points for Bosnia and Herzegovina on 10-for-20 shooting from the floor and 6-for-15 shooting from the behind the arc. But he was feeling so good that he decided to launch a three [...]
Remember when Paul Pierce said that the Brooklyn Nets are ready to take over New York? Well, J.R. Smith wasn’t happy about it, so he fired back, saying that Paul is just a bitter person who, “doesn’t really know what New York is all about.” In other words, he added a splash of fuel to the Battle of […]
If there is one person who should benefit from having Jason Kidd as their head coach, it’s Deron Williams. After all, not everyone can say that they have one of the best, and most unselfish, point guards in NBA history as their mentor. But it isn’t going to be easy for Deron, because Kidd has […]
Thanks to the moves they made this off-season, the Brooklyn Nets no longer have to deal with an injury-ridden Gerald Wallace taking up their three spot or the one-dimensional Reggie Evans starting at the four. Instead, they can rely on a pair of experienced hall of famers in Paul Pierce and Kevin […]
I loved the ‘Battle of the Boroughs’ last season. Every one of those games had a Playoff-like atmosphere and you could tell that both sides were playing for something more than just another number in the win column. But the biggest thing they were playing for were bragging rights, because both […]