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They really are doing the "Where's Brooklyn?" thing during this timeout. There's a time and a place for these things.
Spike Lee just shouted at Brook Lopez, "Why are you still in the game??" and pointed at the scoreboard. Lopez laughed. I'm with you, Spike.
The Nets are losing by 34 in the fourth and Brook Lopez is in the game.
Why are Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson still in this game?
It looks like Bargnani said a lot of magic words to Garnett. With the way this game as gone, hard to blame him.
Andrea Bargnani was talking massive smack to Kevin Garnett after he hit that jumper. Ref Joey Crawford just tossed Bargnani.
Must've said a magic word to Garnett after that 3-pointer. Joey Crawford immediately tossed him.
Bargnani just got ejected.
It's pretty ridiculous for either Garnett or Bargnani to be in this game at this point. The outcome is already decided.
I know Garnett always starts stuff, but I think equal blame goes to both him and Bargnani on this one.
Crowd inside Barclays behind Knicks bench chanting "Garnett sucks."
PA guy is wrong. No Stoudemire technical. Which is the correct call.
They just rescinded the tech on Amar'e. So he stays in.
If the PA guy is right, Amar'e just got ejected for a second technical for pushing Garnett out of scrum.
Kevin Garnett and Andrea Bargnani got tangled up on the floor and the two started to do the tango.
Tim Hardaway Jr. is pumping up the crowd, and they're responding.
FYI: Jason Kidd didn't do the between-quarters interview because the Nets were losing by over 20 points. League rule kicks in.
PA announcer tries to get the crowd to stand up and everyone in here boos him. Proper reaction.
Nets outscored 34-17 in the third quarter, and go into the fourth trailing 84-59. This one's over.
Looks like the 29th best 3rd quarter team in the NBA is far, far superior to the league's worst 3rd quarter team.
Knicks are really benefitting from the Nets deciding to not guard the 3-point line.
Shumpert just went for a posterizing type, flying right-handed dunk from WAY out. Blatche hacked him and wouldn't let him just flush it.
Obviously double-dribble from Blatche there.
Might be smart for the Nets to guard the 3-point line, and specifically Iman Shumpert. Knicks now 10-for-16 from 3-point range, lead 61-50.
Officials let a ton go in the first half. They're calling everything in the second half.
Good move by Kidd, putting in Livingston to start the third quarter.
Looked like Carmelo was telling Blatche that he "didn't have to get in [Shumpert's] face like that" as they went back to the other end.
Andray Blatche got in Iman Shumpert's face after a foul. Carmelo Anthony takes exception. Blatche and Shumpert have a history.
Blatche and Shumpert both hit with technicals. Amazingly, it wasn't Joey who handed them out.
Andray Blatche and Iman Shumpert start barking at each other after Blatche was called for a foul on a moving screen. Double techs called.
Irv Gotti is playfully giving Jamie Foxx the middle finger from across the court. This is fun.
Now Mirza is guarding Carmelo. Have to think the Knicks are going to attack that over and over again.
That's the benefit of having Mirza on the court. Just a matter of how much trade-off their is at the other end.
Brook just gave Spike Lee a pound during that break in action. Maybe he was asking for a part in Spike's next flick?
Spike Lee and Brook Lopez exchange pleasantries before play resumes.
It took an entire quarter, but the Nets are finally pounding the ball inside.
Now Mirza was guarding J.R. Smith. Those matchups will not end well for the Nets.
Nets have Mirza guarding TIm Hardaway, Jr. That simply isn't going to work.
Amare's coming back in, so it looks like he's OK.
Jamie Foxx among the faces in the crowd tonight. Wendy Williams also sitting court side, a few seats away from Spike Lee.
Something happened to Amar'e on that blocked shot. He's limping coming off the floor.
Carmelo Anthony just threw that up trying to get a foul and it went in. Ugly start for the Nets. Trail 30-15.
Jamie Foxx is here in Jay-Z's seats tonight.
Even Mr. Whammy can't faze Bargs.
Andrea Bargnani must really want Mike Woodson to keep his job.
The Knicks are 10-for-12. Nets are 5-for-17. Knicks lead by 12.
This is a Knicks crowd in Brooklyn, and they're outworking the Nets. Rock bottom, amazingly, continues to get lower.
The Nets continue to be unbelievably bad guarding the 3-pointer.
The Knicks are leading 17-8 and Carmelo Anthony has barely touched the ball, and has no shot attempts.
Two fouls for Iman Shumpert, who is the only real option the Knicks have for Joe Johnson.