Nets Of the Round Table VII: Heat Forecast, Trade Impact, Best Value

Obviously, this is a New Jersey Nets blog, however, the NAS crew absolutely love the NBA in general. So, every week, Sebastian, Mark, Devin, and myself will answer questions regarding the L. 1) Since the Miami Heat locked up LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, are they automatically going to win the Eastern Conference?  […]

Nets Of the Round Table VI: Amar’e, Wade, Bosh, and That LeBron Guy

Obviously, this is a New Jersey Nets blog, however, the NAS crew absolutely love the NBA in general. So, every week, Sebastian, Mark, Devin, and myself will answer questions regarding the L. Hey NAS readers, thanks for your support first of all.  Second, everything will be okay.  Finally, breathe.  In any case, it’s been awhile […]

The Most Baller Move Ever!

BALLER!!! For the past few days, I’ve been using that word to the point where I’m severely annoying everyone. Well, more than usual. In fact, I’m fairly certain my NAS colleagues, or as I like to call them – John, Paul, and George (I don’t mind being the ugly one that still tours, didn’t lose […]

Nets FA Targets: Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade Age: 28 Height: 6’4″ Position: SG Key 2009-10 Stats: 26.6 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 6.5 APG, 1.8 SPG What To Like About Dwyane Wade: What isn’t there to like about Wade?  He can snap the net on the regular with either jumpers in the arch, money balls from behind it, body-contorting lay-ups, or jams […]

Nets FA Targets: David Lee

David Lee Age: 27 Height: 6’9″ Position: Power Forward/Center Key 2009-10 Stats: 20.2 PPG, 11.7 RPG, 54.5 FG%, 81.2 FT% What To Like About David Lee: Lee is like Rick Ross – everyday he’s hustlin’, everyday he’s hustlin’… Lee has an obvious motor and desire to rebound, which is obvious when looking at his rebounding […]

My 2010 NBA Draft Experience

It all began a long time ago when my mother and father met in Japan where my dad was studying ninjutsu and my mother was visiting from the Phillipines. It was there that they decided to come together. As a result, I was born into this crazy world and 30+ years later, find myself at […]

Losers of the NBA Draft Lottery: How’d They Do?

Attention, NBA teams! If you happen to finish the season with the worst record in the league, please do not think you will win the NBA Draft Lottery because I probably have a better chance of successfully resisting a piece of cherry pie than you do of being granted the first overall pick in the […]

The Other Other Pick, Wesley Johnson

Since the unappealing outcome of the 2010 NBA Draft Lottery that saw the favored New Jersey Nets drop down to third overall pick instead of first, NAS has discussed the positives/negatives of DeMarcus Cousins and Derrick Favors at considerable length. Both youngsters declared for the Association after their freshman seasons at Kentucky and Georgia Tech, […]

No, Seriously, C’Mon LeBron!

I can’t take this LeBron James hype anymore. In fact, it’s much ado about nothing since I believe James is just going to re-sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers anyway. If money talks, then the Cavs, in fact, do have an edge since they can offer LeBron $30 million more over the life of a max […]