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Great crowd tonight at coliseum.
Where is Messi?
Ray Hudson: "Isco emasculates Iniesta."
You might be missing a heck of a Real Madrid-Barcelona game. Luis Suarez is tremendous when not nibbling on defenders.
Nets have waived Casper Ware a day after acquiring him from Sixers. He's like a ghost. Probably friendly.
Nets have officially waived Casper Ware. Now are at the 15-man limit for opening night, and could potentially have their opening roster set.
Going to coliseum tonight for isles game. Team off to a great start.
Doc, Chico and the Devils. Don't think I ever took it for granted when I was a kid, but certainly appreciating it more at this very moment.
Jason Kidd's Hampton home has a golfing green with a bunker. And it can be yours for $8 million http://t.co/WvbAzklZdS
Doc and Chico should've done the Devils game tonight. Miss those guys. Not the same without them.
Will Joe Johnson become the first Brooklyn Net to live in Brooklyn? Maybe. But not yet. Said he looked at a place but didn't find anything.
To recap: Nets traded for Teague last year; Later traded Kidd for two 2nd rd picks; Used one of those picks to get rid of Teague's contract.
For those who have asked, the pick traded is one of the two the Bucks sent to the Nets for Jason Kidd.
I guess I will unfollow Teague on Instagram.
The Nets announce they traded Marquis Teague and a 2019 2nd-round pick to Philadelphia for guard Casper Ware.
With Ware likely to be waived, Nets would potentially have opening night roster set.
The Nets now can say they once had a Casper on their team.
Nets announce they've traded Marquis Teague and the 2019 second round pick to the Sixers for Casper Ware, a player they will soon release.
Ware appeared in nine games for Philly last season, where he averaged 5.3 points and 1.1 assists in 12.9 minutes per game.
Ware's contract is fully non-guaranteed, making him a potential candidate to be waived. Still one spot over 15-man regular season limit.
Nets announce they've traded Marquis Teague and Milwaukee's 2019 second rounder to Philadelphia for Casper Ware.
Lionel Hollins says he thinks Brook Lopez will be ready for opening night but added it's up to doctors to clear him.
Marquis Teague is not at practice.
The Mets should present Joe Maddon with a blank check to be their manager. He's already used to operating with a small market budget, too.
In the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act of 2006, they had no idea fantasy would grow to *this*. But, good on FanDuel. Smart dudes.
Congress allows for daily fantasy sports for 2 reasons. 1.) It's not dependent on the outcome of the game. 2.) They didn't see this coming.
Nets have exercised contract options on Mason Plumlee and Sergey Karasev
Nets also played fewer games than most teams. Will be curious to see how things transition to regular season play.
Nets have waived Willie Reed. They still have to make at least one more cut before season starts.
Guess here is that Gutierrez and Jefferson are eventually waived, too. At least one of them will have to be waived to get to 15- man limit.
Willie Reed has been waived. Nets are now down to 16 players.
Injecting my opinion Lionel Hollins postgame: Sergey Karasev and Marquis Teague did not look good.
Lionel Hollins on what he can take from last 2 games: "You can take a lot from this game [like] the guys I don't think can play."
Hollins said he took something out of tonight's game: "I found out what guys can't play."
Lionel Hollins on what he got out of preseason games vs Boston: "I found out guys who can't play."
Nets preseason is over. They lose to the Celtics in a rough one, 100-86.
The next time the Nets will be in action is one week from tonight back here in Boston, for the start of the regular season.
Celtics win 100-86. Mason Plumlee finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds. And, mercifully, the preseason is finally over.
Marquis Teague has seven points, two assists and six turnovers in 16 minutes. It's been that bad, too.
Those of you who aren't watching this game aren't missing much, besides Marquis Teague having a very forgettable game.