New Jersey Nets
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman isn’t so sure Brooklyn would be a great destination for the Islanders. Well, tell that to Yormark.
The Nets will say goodbye to New Jersey on Monday night, though it seems three of their top stars from the Garden State era won’t be at the ceremony.
Yormark announced that next Monday (4/30), the team’s transformation will begin. That’s when they’ll reveal their new logo and merchandise will go on sale.
The New Jersey chapter will end for all practical purposes Monday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. It will be the Nets’ final home game before a move next season to Brooklyn and the new Barclays Center.
Gerald Wallace finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds for New Jersey, which hasn’t beaten Milwaukee since March 3, 2009.
Carmelo Anthony scored 21 of his 33 points in the first quarter, and the New York Knicks beat the Nets 104-95 on Wednesday night in their last trip to New Jersey.
Amar’e Stoudemire is likely to return to the floor on Friday night when the Knicks head to Cleveland to take on the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers, CBSSports.com reported.
LeBron James scored Miami’s final 17 points in a furious one-man rally, finishing with 37 as the Heat pulled out a 101-98 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Monday night.
The third quarter decided the game with the Celtics outscoring New Jersey 26-13.
Gerald Green scored 23 points, and Kris Humphries had 18 points and 13 rebounds to lead New Jersey to a 95-89 win over Philadelphia on Friday night, three nights after the Sixers thumped the Nets by 19 points.
Retired NBA star Jayson Williams was freed from jail Friday after serving eight months for drunken driving in New York and 18 months before that in New Jersey on charges stemming from a limo driver’s shooting death.
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is ready to “throw down” for Deron Williams. He’s looking at you, Dallas.
B&C Morning Show: Virtual ‘Boomer’ Voices Approval, Suzyn Catches A Chill And Prokhorov Issues A Challenge
Before Jerry Recco delivered his first update of the morning, we got a welcomed visit from virtual ‘Boomer.’
Center Spencer Hawes came off the bench for the first time and a scored a season-high 19 points to lead the slumping Philadelphia 76ers to a 107-88 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Tuesday night.
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov isn’t about to let All-Star point guard Deron Williams leave without a fight.