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Best thing the 76ers could do right now is somehow find a way to trade for Kobe.
Markel Brown (right hip pointer) and Andrei Kirilenko (“personal”) did not participate in practice today, per team.
The Nets didn't let me speak to Welch, so his only quotes in there are him trash talking Joe Johnson.
The store in Williamsburg that sells gravestones as well as freshly baked Italian bread appears to have closed.
Where is that NASCAR package at?
The Thunder already sit seven out in the loss column for a playoff spot and it isn't even Thanksgiving.
When the Odell Beckham Jr. memes start flowing, the internet might break.
Odell Beckham. Doing what he does in practice in the game. Damn.
Few things prettier than flying over New York City on a clear night http://t.co/ahoSdIzbeG
Got some time to kill on my flight back to New York through the rain, so if you have any Nets or NBA questions send them my way.
That Browns game, man.
A game after holding LeBron James to 1-for-8 shooting, Paul Pierce drops 25 points on Jason Kidd's Bucks. Starting to get going in D.C.
The New Jersey Devils have thrown away at least four points this season. Middle-of-the-pack hockey teams just can't do that.
Sounds like that Pacquiao fight is going just as everybody expected. And yet we still can't get him and Mayweather in the ring together.
Deron: “This is a team you envy because they’ve had a system, they’ve had a coach, had pretty much the same group of guys for a long time.”
Brook Lopez walked past reporters waiting to speak to him and left the locker room postgame. Finished with 6 points, 4 rebounds in 26 mins.
Deron to reporters in San Antonio on Spurs: "It's a team you envy ... because they've had the same group of guys (+coach) for a long time."
Despite us waiting for nearly 10 minutes by his locker as he got dressed, Brook Lopez rose up and said, "Alright, guys" and declined to talk
After being benched for entire fourth quarter, Brook Lopez blows off media with a wave of his hand.
38-year-old Tim Duncan still doing new things: tonight his first game ever with 10 boards, 7 assists, 4 blocks, 3 steals, & no turnovers.
Lionel Hollins on if he has a date in mind for when things come together: “I wish I knew that, then I wouldn’t be so stressed.”
Deron + Mirza: 18-35, 46 points. Rest of Nets: 16-56, 41 points.
Nets center Brook Lopez (4) was out-rebounded by Nets point guards Deron Williams (5) and Jarrett Jack (6).
Markel Brown gets his first ever NBA action as Hollins empties his bench with a couple minutes left and the game decided.
And here comes the white flag crew: Plumlee, Karasev, Brown, Jefferson
Hollins is emptying the bench.
Bojan has an 0-for-12 trip to his name. Looks like it's going to be too little too late.
Deron Williams is good at basketball.
Nets playing with Mirza at center against Diaw at center.
The Nets other than Deron Williams and Mirza Teletovic are shooting 10-for-40 (25 percent) from the floor tonight.
Cory Jefferson again coming to the scorer's table. Perhaps Mason Plumlee is going to be benched for the second half for a 2nd straight game.
Cory Jefferson about to check in ahead of Mason again.
Jerome Jordan has outplayed Brook Lopez tonight.
Jerome Jordan with a dunk while he's fouled, and after hitting the free throw has five points. Nets trail 69-57 with 3 minutes left in third
Congrats to the islanders on a great win. Nothing like winning a home and home series vs the Penguins .
Deron about to check in.
Ryan Ruocco got all five of Mike Fratello’s drawings correct and I’ve never heard either man happier to be alive
Mirza Teletovic with 16 points, 6 rebounds, 0 hair strands out of place.
Meanwhile, the Nets have closed to within eight thanks to six straight points from Mirza, who has a game-high 16.
Williams has gotten the all-clear from Tim Walsh to return to the game. Just a matter of when Hollins calls his number again.
Deron is talking to trainer Tim Walsh and walking back and forth along the bench. Now takes a seat at the end of it, talks to Walsh again.
Deron is up trying to walk it off.
Tony Parker and Deron Williams banged knees, both wound up on the floor. Parker stays in to shoot free throws, while Williams goes to bench.
Deron comes up gimpy after banging his right knee, has to check out with 10:25 left in 3rd Q.