The Barclays Center has decided to spray scents through the vents to keep the arena smelling fresh. Craigie starts giving other good ideas of what they should make the arena smell like.
“It’s the way it is,” Carlesimo told Mike Francesa. “I’m disappointed. I’m not a little disappointed, I’m tremendously disappointed, just because I feel strongly about what a great situation this was.”
After all the money, all the hype, and all the expectations that came with owning home-court advantage in an NBA playoff series, Brooklyn’s inaugural season ended with a dud.
“Having a seventh game here in Brooklyn on our court is something that, obviously, we were hoping for. Our players delivered. And I think the fans are going to deliver in a big time way tomorrow night,” Yormark told WCBS 880′s Steve Scott.
The rapper and music mogul attended a meeting Thursday on Long Island, where the media was briefed on four proposals to renovate the arena and surrounding property.
The most pressing matter for Brooklyn is trying to find a way to win in Chicago, something it hasn’t done this season. The Nets dropped both regular-season matchups there and lost Games 3 and 4.
Game 4 hurt the Nets physically and mentally, but there’s nothing they can do about it. They’re focused on Game 5 in Brooklyn.
Pockets of empty seats at the Barclays Center. A healthy contingent of fans clad in the opponent’s colors. Was there supposed to be a playoff game in Brooklyn last night?
Brett Yormark says the doors at Barclays Center will open early for ticket-holders Saturday as security around the city remains tight in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Strategically speaking, I can’t imagine a worse matchup — outside of Miami — for the Nets, who lost three of four to Chicago during the regular season.
Patrick Watson, the owner of Stinky Bklyn in Carroll Gardens, will face about 15,000 sports fans Monday night at the Barclays Center.
Jay-Z just released a blistering attack track, taking aim at the critics of his controversial trip to Cuba. But four lines of “Open Letter” jumped out to us here at the sports desk.
A restaurant at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center is serving “enemy food” with a menu that is inspired by whatever team the hometown Nets are playing.
Brooklyn will get a look at its future NHL franchise in September, when the Islanders play the Devils in a preseason tilt at Barclays Center.
Sorry, Brooklyn. Despite all the platitudes flowing from the media related to the borough’s spirit following the move last summer from N.J., you haven’t made much of a dent on the outcomes.
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