In Game 1 of the real life NBA Finals Thursday night, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker hit a seemingly impossible shot with the basketball just out of his fingertips, all but sealing the 92-88 victory over the Miami Heat. Virtual Raymond Felton could take some tips from Parker.
cross bridge battle
Aaaaaaaannnd we’re going back to Brooklyn. A wild back-and-forth contest ends in confusion, as the Brooklyn Nets do not foul despite being down just two points with four seconds left and coach Kharpertian screaming at them to foul, and the New York Knicks escape home court and Game 5 with a 115-113 victory. The loss […]
Four games into the Cross Bridge Battle and we’re chock full of interesting storylines: the resurgence of J.R. Smith and Gerald Wallace, the highlight reel that is Deron Williams, the steady production of Joe Johnson and the steady but not game-changing production of Carmelo Anthony, the silence that is Raymond Felton, the surge of success […]
Virtually one game away. The Brooklyn Nets maintained home-court advantage in a major way, winning Game 4 of the Cross Bridge Battle in a 128-106 blowout over the New York Knicks. Heading into Madison Square Garden for Game 5, the Nets now have a 3-1 series lead, and are just one game away from winning […]
As the series moved back to Brooklyn, the Nets established home court.
Photo illustration by Raya Lim Results from Game 2
So much for the sweep.
The Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks missed out on a playoff series, so we’re going to do our own, with myself and Jared Dubin as coaches for our respective teams. Before Game 1 tips off tomorrow, Jared & I chat a bit about our upcoming series.