The Evening After: Brooklyn Dominates Manhattan

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Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks

Joe Johnson

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Nets-Knicks: Pregame Primer

Grade the players at any time! Game Info: The New York Knicks (15-5) take on the Brooklyn Nets (11-8) tonight at 7:00 P.M. at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The game will be televised on YES Network and nationally on ESPN. Ian Eagle and Jim Spanarkel have the call on YES. WFAN has the radio call, […]

In the battle for everything, Brooklyn reigns supreme

The city is under new management. — Mr. Carter (@S_C_) November 27, 2012 BROOKLYN, N.Y. — In the Battle for New York AKA the Battle of the Boroughs AKA the Clash of the Boroughs AKA The Thirteenth Game Of The Season AKA The Championship To Win Everything Ever In The History Of Ever, the Brooklyn […]

Tonight’s Odd Point Guard Matchup

Raymond Felton vs. Deron Williams

Deron Williams is often thought of in tandem with Chris Paul, and for good reason — before the emergence of the NBA’s new point guard era led by Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook, Paul & Williams battled it out for “Best PG in the league” honors without much competition. But as far as his origins […]

Morning Shootaround: Nets Links & Notes

Andray Blatche, livin’ the life. The NBA news of the day: The Oklahoma City Thunder trade James Harden, along with Cole Aldrich, Lazar Hayward and Daequan Cook, to the Houston Rockets for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, two first-round picks (one guaranteed lottery) and one second-round pick. The Thunder chose to trade Harden rather than give […]