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Three MLS players were shown on the jumbotron and Barclays somehow got quieter than it was just before they were shown
Earl Clark drains a 3. Looking good so far. Even just took a heat check fast break three that bounced off the rim.
Earl Clark Heat Check time in Nets-Cavaliers, which is a sentence I never expected to say.
Earl Clark with a heat-check. This game has been all kinds of weird.
Five turnovers for Deron tonight. Brook has four himself.
In Blatt's defense, at least a couple of them were 50-50 calls that went against his team.
David Blatt just got T'd up for going to referee Pat Fraher and saying "four times!" - referring to the four charges Cavs have been hit with
David Blatt hit with a technical foul for arguing with referees. Cavs have been called for many an offensive foul tonight.
I don't know about that call. Blatt seemingly rightfully upset. Gets T'd up.
Lionel Hollins was going to take out Earl Clark, but after Clark made a jumper and saved a loose ball Hollins changed his mind.
Earl Clark buries his first shot.
LeBron measured that all the way. Had Joe set in his sights and got one of his trademark blocks on a fast break.
LeBron with the block of the night
Earl Clark checks in
Earl Clark enters, making his Brooklyn Nets debut.
Earl Clark checks into the game for the first time with 7:43 to go in the third quarter.
Earl Clark makes his Nets debut.
March 27, 2015, the day Mr Whammy literally got incensed and kept ethering the whole Cavaliers team
Bear in mind Whammy's whole shtick is not knowing who opposing players are
Mr. Whammy claims LeBron is the only player who asks arena security to move him from his usual spot under the basket.
Mr. Whammy said the same thing would happen when LeBron played in Miami, and he's the only players who has made him move.
Mr. Whammy, who was not allowed to take his usual spot under the basket during free throws in 1st half, says it was because of LeBron James.
Nets lead 57-56 at half. Joe Johnson 12p 7a; Bojan Bogdanovic, Alan Anderson 11 p; Brook Lopez 10 p; LeBron James 16p; Kyrie Irving 10p.
Nets lead 57-56 at the half. Maybe Joe Johnson’s best all-around half since taking over vs. Detroit early in the season.
Whammy just called LeBron "a bum." Never heard him this angry before.
Mr. Whammy not happy with LeBron: "You're a crybaby," he says.
This is the angriest I've ever seen Mr. Whammy.
It feels like the Cavaliers are in complete cruise control, yet are only trailing 52-48. Nets have had a lot of careless turnovers.
Joe Johnson just successfully defended a Kevin Love post-up. Been that kind of game so far for the Nets, who lead 50-48.
Nets have played fantastic basketball. The Cavaliers are fantastic at basketball. This is an oddly good game.
Joe has 10 points and 5 assists. Been a minute since he's played this well.
Jarrett Jack has made 387 consecutive mid-range jumpers against the Cavaliers.
Two charges on LeBron James in the first half of this game. Don't see that very often.
Alan Anderson draws the charge on LeBron, the second one the Nets have collected against him tonight.
This is the best Joe Johnson has looked in weeks.
Nets open the second with Jarrett Jack, Joe Johnson, Bojan Bogdanovic, Alan Anderson and Mason Plumlee.
Nets lead 29-27 after 1. Nine days ago, they led the Cavs 26-23 after 1, and lost 117-92.
hanging now with my man Sergey,watching the game against Cavs in the loackeroom http://t.co/cb3JaFPzJ8
I think Kyrie was just talking trash to Mr. Whammy after hitting a free throw.
Joe Johnson has scored or assisted on 17 of the first 19 Nets points.
LeBron James is playing great defense for both teams right now.
Multiple Cavaliers players have stared/jawed at Barclays fans -- this, in perhaps the league's most hospitable arena for visiting teams.
Kyrie Irving bakes Markel Brown, hits a rainbow jumper and turns around and says something to a fan who kept shouting, "Good defense!"
Joe Johnson has jumped higher on his two three-pointers than I’ve seen in weeks.
Markel Brown played some beautiful defense on Kyrie Irving and Kyrie just steps back and hits a 17-footer. Just ridiculous.
Too much Kyrie.
Deron Williams has already made the crowd ooh twice with dribble moves. (Neither ended in a basket.)
Mr. Whammy doesn't know LeBron's name. He said, "Hey, No. 23. Look at me!"
LeBron James misses a finger roll and then makes a circus and-one. Sounds about right.
JR Smith bangs in a 3 over Markel Brown and looks back at a few fans to talk a little trash. ... And we're off.
We’re 30 seconds into the game and J.R. Smith has both called a time-out because he couldn’t find a teammate and hit a wild 20-footer.
The Cavaliers took a timeout 11 seconds into this game.
11 seconds into the game we have a 20-second timeout
Sorry, correction — 11 Nets players, now that they’ve signed Earl Clark.
Nets scorekeeper Herb Turetzky’s streak of games dates back to May 1984. It’s longer than the lives of 10 Nets players.
Jack’s tendinitis is in his left (non-shooting) elbow.
Something to watch: Jarrett Jack has tendinitis in his elbow. Warmed up with kinesthetic tape. Says he's fine, just wear & tear.
Always a different feeling at Barclays Center when LeBron comes to town. More fans, more courtside pregame buzz.
Blatt also said, however, that teams being worse at home "is a mystery to him." It is to everyone else, too.
David Blatt has a theory on why Nets may be better on the road: "Sometimes teams perform better away from the pressure of being at home."
David Blatt does not use Twitter or Instagram, in case you were curious.
Lionel Hollins: "The players earn coach of the year award for the coach, just like they do for the executive of the year for the executive."
It took some digging, but Lionel Hollins said Mason Plumlee will start for Thaddeus Young. Rest of the starters remain the same.
"I'm not afraid to put guys in the game and see what they can do." - Hollins on giving Earl Clark minutes.. Clark will wear No.55
Mason is starting
Starters will be the same except for Mason Plumlee for Thaddeus Young
Mason will start for Thaddeus.
There’s a segment on ESPN about a hockey team mad at its fans for cheering for the other team. This is a regular occurrence in Brooklyn.
Other thing to remember about Durant: team says he'll be back in "4-6 months." A bone graft isn't a minor procedure.