New Jersey Nets
With the signings of Jason Kidd, Marcus Camby, and Raymond Felton, the Knicks have opted for older, more experienced talent rather than matching Jeremy Lin’s contract offer from Houston.
There’s a lot of mileage on the 39-year-old knees of Jason Kidd, but even in the twilight of his career he still has plenty to offer to the New York Knicks.
Dwight Howard demanded a trade to the Brooklyn Nets when he met with Magic GM Rob Hennigan on Friday night.
Deron Williams is set to meet with the two finalists for his services — The Brooklyn Nets and Dallas Mavericks on Monday. The winner might also land Jason Kidd.
After the New Orleans Hornets made the long-expected selection of forward Anthony Davis with the first pick, Charlotte followed by taking fellow freshman Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
On Sunday, Williams will become an unrestricted free agent, able to sign with any club willing to pay him. But his appearance Wednesday makes it seem that Williams is leaning toward re-signing with the Nets.
Williams says all he can do today, and for the rest of his life, is apologize for his wrongs and crimes and start to move ahead, grateful for a second chance, with God on his side.
13-year NBA veteran Orlando Woolridge died at 52 on Thursday. He spent two seasons with the New Jersey Nets.
The Knicks’ Imam Shumpert has been named, along with five others, to the NBA’s All-Rookie Team.
Dwight Howard has orchestrated the elimination of Stan Van Gundy and Otis Smith from his little dictatorship down in Orlando. It doesn’t matter what the rules in the CBA say; one truth will always hold in the NBA: The stars run the show.
Nets general manager Bill King believes All-Star point guard Deron Williams will join the team in its new home in Brooklyn after exploring free agency this summer.
The developer and owner of Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center believes his state-of-the-art facility can hold hockey for more than just a passing game or two.
The Toronto Raptors routed New Jersey 98-67 in Thursday night’s season finale, a loss that slightly improves the Nets’ chances in the NBA draft lottery.
The New Jersey Nets, who went 1,186-1,634 and never had an identity while they toiled in the frigid marsh of North Jersey, will move to Brooklyn next year hoping to find one.
“My message to them is, goodbye,” Christie said. “You don’t want to stay, we don’t want you.”