Fantasy Basketball Rankings: Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks

Joe Johnson

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Nets vs. Knicks: Breaking down the matchups

Deron Williams, Carmelo Anthony

Today, Martin Luther King Day, marks the final of four matchups between the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks. unless the playoff alignment Gods dictate it so, these two teams won’t face off again this year. After the Nets took the first matchup on November 26th, New York responded with two victories: one a 100-97 […]

Nets-Knicks: Pregame Primer

Gerald Wallace, Brook Lopez, Carmelo Anthony

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

Defense. (AP/Kathy Willens)

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 […]

Nets-Knicks: How will the Brooklyn Nets score?

Jason Kidd New York Knicks, Joe Johnson Brooklyn Nets

As you may or may not have heard because it’s been obscured by the 30th birthday of international sensation OJ Da Juiceman, the New York/Manhattan Knicks come to Brooklyn this evening to take on the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center. This is the first official game between these two teams, rescheduled from November 1st in […]

Knicks’ Chandler: “No disrespect, it’s not a rivalry”

Tyson Chandler, New York Knicks-Brooklyn Nets

There’s an old cliché’, often repeated by politicians and friends trawling for Facebook likes, that “you don’t find yourself, you create yourself.” Banality aside, I actually kind of like it: while you’re searching for some original, long-standing pillar that defines you, you’re defining who you are by what you do day in and day out. […]

Morning Shootaround: Nets Links & Notes

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 […]

Reasonably Biased Blogger Smackdown: Nets v. Knicks

New York Knicks Brooklyn Nets

New York is embarking on a unique season of basketball. Never have their been two professional teams, teams that actually play in this city (sorry, football), on this grand a stage and at this close a talent level, jockeying for city pole position. In honor of that recently renewed, borough-created rivalry between the Brooklyn Nets […]

Notes from Nets-Knicks in Nassau

Brooklyn Nets Deron Williams

In the Brooklyn Nets’ final ultimately meaningless game, played in a building that was architecturally ancient on building day, the Nets took yet another preseason game to overtime. The final call in both final frames ended in failure, as MarShon Brooks flailed towards the basket with no avail as the clock ran down. Brooks foolishly […]