That’s Nets rookie Markel Brown up there, both in this post and in the air.
Mason Plumlee got off to a fast start in the first quarter. After a reverse dunk (!EELMULPNOSAM) and a breakaway steal ending in a two-handed slam, Plumlee made a quick spin-move that left Zach Randolph frozen and finished with a thunderous jam. Plumlee is shooting 68.9 percent in his last 18 games.
Sorry, Mr. Zeller — you’ve been posterized. It didn’t take long for Kevin Garnett to return the favor to Mason Plumlee from the behind-the-back gift he received earlier: with Plumlee camping out on the baseline, Garnett found the big man in time for him to slam it home over Tyler Zeller, who was merely collateral […]
Surprise! Just when the Nets offense begun to look stagnant, Mason Plumlee pulled some trickery with a pinpoint, behind-the-back pass to Kevin Garnett who promptly finished the transaction. The Nets have assisted on 11 of their first 14 field goals, despite struggling on offense in the first half with just 39 points. Garnett has played […]
Brooklyn Nets center Mason Plumlee has had quite the resurgence in the past month, earning and holding onto his spot as starting center, and it’s for things like this: Plumlee rose up to swat away Kyle O’Quinn’s floater attempt, ran the floor hard (you can see him barreling to the rim as soon as half-court), […]
Kevin Garnett turned back the clock Monday night, creating a ferocious alley-oop slam for himself by hustling down a loose ball on the defensive end and running the floor with Sergey Karasev. The dunk got the bench’s attention, as well as the press crew, who asked Garnett about it after the game. Garnett had quite […]
Kevin Garnett is notorious around the league for a defensive style that harasses and frequently irritates his opponents, but midway through the first quarter he took a page out of ex-Pacers guard Lance Stephenson’s book by blowing in David West’s ear. West after the game said he thought Lance Stephenson’s blow was “more sensual”: David […]