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The Brooklyn Nets released an updated video for "Something to Lean On," the team's official song written by Brooklyn resident John Forte, complete with more shots of Forte, people in Brooklyn, team highlights, and an awkwardly dated shot of now-former coach P.J. Carlesimo speaking to the team in the locker room.
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Check out our top 10 moments from the 2012-13 season for the Brooklyn Nets.
In honor of Brooklyn's inaugural season, we're rolling out analysis, highlights, and more on each Brooklyn Nets player over the next three weeks, one per day. We start today. Welcome to Andray Blatche Day, AKA #DrayDay.
Andray Blatche Day continues with a highlight mix of some of his best moments of the 2012-13 Brooklyn Nets season.
With about three minutes to go in regulation in Game 4 and the Nets up fourteen, C.J. Watson famously botched a wide-open fast-break dunk -- his first dunk attempt since utero (ed. note: conjecture). You know what happened afterwards: Nate Robinson led an impossible comeback that ended in a miraculous triple-overtime victory for Chicago, putting the Bulls up 3-1 in the best-of-seven series.
Tonight, Watson had the same chance, and did what he does best: make a layup. Good on you, C.J. Watson. Good on you.