Knicks can clinch Atlantic Division title with win or Nets loss tonight. Figure that’s why Jay-Z wants to get out of Brooklyn ownership now.
— Steve Popper (@StevePopper) April 9, 2013
Very symbolic turnaround for Nets in inaugural season in Brooklyn. Have ended 5-year playoff drought, produce 1st winning record in 6 years.
— Brian Seltzer (@BrianSeltzer) April 9, 2013
In a perfect world, Itzhak Perlman will buy Jay-Z’s share and the Nets will be forced to play Perlman jams during warmups.
— Tom Lorenzo (@TomLorenzo) April 9, 2013
Hey Jay Z, I’m interested in purchasing your share of the Nets. DM me or my people. Let’s do a deal yo!
— Le Renard Subtil (@sfishburger) April 9, 2013
#Sixers probable starters: Turner, T Young, Hawes, Wilkins, Jrue Holiday. #Nets: Wallace, Evans, Lopez, Johnson, Williams.
— Jason Wolf (@JasonChadWolf) April 9, 2013
Proud of the Nets but my Magic got me contemplating suicide
— Rey Smoke El Jefe (@ChainSmokeGgG) April 9, 2013
In 2:14, Reggie Evans has 5 rebounds, 3 offensive. Totally normal. 6-5 Nets
— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) April 9, 2013
Gerald Wallace shot the ball! It missed. He was not taken out of the game. #Nets
— Andy Vasquez (@andy_vasquez) April 9, 2013
At the Nets game…. twitter.com/dmarwell/statu…
— dmarwell (@dmarwell) April 9, 2013
Cant watch the nets game without nba league pass?? Thats bs i live in new york they are in new york. Shouldnt it be some local channel crap?
— russ perlow (@russ99292) April 9, 2013
Reggie points and rebounds: 8 and 9. Sixers points and rebounds: 15 and 3. #Nets
— FromRussiaWithDunk (@FromRussiaWDunk) April 9, 2013
The #Nets are currently outrebounding the #Sixers, 17-3. Lopez and Evans have combined for 16
— Zach Schonbrun (@zschonbrun) April 9, 2013
Gerald Wallace is easily the worst starter for the nets.
— Phil Donohoe (@pdmcgrady111) April 9, 2013
If the nets avoid the heat in the playoffs they’ll win the championship
— Luke Masia (@LukeMasia) April 9, 2013
Reggie got his first-quarter double-double: 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brook adds 15/7/3 #Nets up 31-18 after one.
— Mike Mazzeo (@MazzESPN) April 10, 2013
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