Around the Nets Wednesday: Hump Day Edition
Dave D'Alessandro spoke with Jayson Williams: "Yes, you’ll probably dismiss his God-speak or do-gooding or Bible-thumping as the last refuge of a scoundrel — help yourself. But let’s remember two things: There was always a lot of good in Jayson Williams; and the crime for which he will always be remembered was not the result of some malicious intent. It was the result of a horrific mistake that he thinks about hourly. He still calls it “My accident.”
Thanks to MarShon Brooks, Nets PR and Instagram, we now know what the award for NBA All-Rookie Second Team looks like, which apparently is no more impressive than your everyday paper weight?
Nothing newsworthy about this, but starting July 1 all eyes are on Deron Williams. Chris Broussard of ESPN ponders the possible ending destinations for Williams and what may or may not affect his decision. (ESPN Insider, sorry!)
One team that may be out of the D-Will sweepstakes is the Lakers. In an interview with the LA Times, Lakers exec Jim Buss says the team plans "no major moves" this off-season.
If you follow the Nets PR twitter account (@Nets_PR) you may have noticed the frequent pictures of MarShon Brooks and Jordan Williams working out. Well, physical results of this hard-work may now be appearing as Tim Bontemps explains.
And, how exactly those beasts are fed before they workout courtesy of Nets strength and conditioning coach Jeremy Bettle.
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