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With the Brooklyn Nets putting the finishing touches on a 103-80 blowout over their cross-bridge rival New York Knicks, some Knicks fans took to booing or feeble “Fire Woodson!” chants. But the loudest chant of the night was Brooklyn’s famous “Brooook-lynnnn” chant, which was loudest at this point in the fourth quarter but occurred throughout. […]
In the first half of Monday afternoon’s Brooklyn Nets-New York Knicks cross-bridge battle, Joe Johnson drew a touch foul on Iman Shumpert going up for a shot. YES Network’s replay showed that Shumpert grazed Johnson’s hand, but it probably should’ve been a no-call. Instead, it sent the crowd into a fury and Knicks coach Mike […]
The Brooklyn Nets are 6-1 in 2014, with a fair amount of credit going to Shaun Livingston. He’s been a highlight reel in the absence of Deron Williams and today’s matinee game against the New York Knicks is no exception. Watch Livingston block Iman Shumpert on a three-point attempt and throw down an emphatic slam […]
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BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Somewhat unprompted, Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd opened his press conference talking about the Knicks woes from outside, establishing to reporters that the team had a gameplan to beat the New York Knicks in the cross-bridge battle. Indeed, the Nets had a clear directive, one that they didn’t shy from in the […]