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If Not For Injuries, Nets Would Be A Playoff Team


Would the Nets have made the NBA playoffs this year if not for the rash of injuries? Although the New Jersey Nets carry the worst record in the Atlantic division, the 2011-2012 season could have been more promising if it had not been afflicted with so many injuries from key players. The Nets, who currently hold a dismal 22-40 record, have been affected More...

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By Shannon Hovan On Sunday, April 15th, 2012

2012 WNBA Mock Draft

The general notion in this year’s WNBA is that it is split in two — Stanford All-American Nneka Ogwumike, and everyone else.  The rest of the field is a blend of great talent.  Some you have heard of. More...

By Deshawn Jelani On Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
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Prokhorov’s Relationship with Williams Critical to Future of Franchise

Deron Williams will opt-out of his contract after this season. The Nets must sign him back or risk losing fans with the move to Brooklyn. At a news conference at the soon-to-be Nets home, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, More...

By Stephen Zimkouski On Monday, April 9th, 2012
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Carmelo Continues to Deliver At the Power Forward Position

Carmelo hit a game winning three to top Chicago on Sunday. With 43 points in one of the best performances of the season thus far, Carmelo Anthony shined again as the Knicks continue to push forward towards the playoffs. In More...

By Stephen Zimkouski On Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Key Injuries Hurt Knicks, But There’s Still Hope

Calling this season for the New York Knicks a “roller coaster ride” would be an understatement. From bad beginnings that caused the Knicks to be the biggest disappointment in the league early, to the stretch More...

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By Jackie Daly On Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Magic/Bird : Not Your Average Broadway Show

Magic/Bird is the newest show to enter the Broadway spotlight, with previews continuing though the first part of April. Larry Bird, of the Boston Celtics, and Earvin “Magic” Johnson, of the LA Lakers, were the More...

By Stephen Zimkouski On Monday, March 26th, 2012

Knicks Go 6-1 Through Woodson’s First 7 Games as Coach

With sizable wins against Portland, Indiana twice, Toronto and Detroit the Knicks look to be playing a different brand of basketball with Mike Woodson heading the ship. Mike Woodson has seemed to been able to get More...

By Darius Amos On Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Few good words can describe Nets season

Disappointing. Frustrating. Maddening. There’s a crossword puzzle-worth of clues and adjectives that can describe the New Jersey Nets’ season and effort. Whichever one of those words you choose, or if you can More...

By Darius Amos On Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

Women’s History Month: Cappie Pondexter (WNBA – New York Liberty)

Double G Sports continues it’s celebration of women in sports with someone that has plenty of local recognition. Not only did Cappie Pondexter play her college ball at Rutgers University but she now plays More...

By Gregg Snyder On Monday, March 12th, 2012

Analyzing Each Member Of the Knicks Rotation: The Bench

The Knicks unlike most teams play 10 men on a regular basis and possibly 11 when they have their full compliment of players. This is an advantage as the season progresses to have this depth. However it is also a More...