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The Boston Celtics hope their good fortunes in New York continue Tuesday night when they head to the Barclays Center to face a Brooklyn Nets team that might see some reinforcements.
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The Eastern Conference may be a sad collection of NBA talent, but there is no denying that the Celtics have gotten off to a very impressive start under new head coach Brad Stevens.
The Jazz, as demonstrated in this photo, often didn't have a lot of talent on the floor.
Both the Nets and the Knicks have their fair share of bloated contracts. Who is worse off? Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images Heading into the season, both the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets could boast a case for why theirs would be the team to take New York by storm.
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett were once worshiped for their skill, unbridled allegiance and ageless fire.
The Utah Jazz were missing two key pieces when they took on the Sacramento Kings, then as fouls took their toll, the next man up wasn't enough.
That's not a comment on any kind of inflationary trend in the league's economy. Rather, it's a signal that the amount of money teams spend nowadays doesn't matter nearly as much as the people who are doing the spending.
Guard Justin Johnson is playing a bit out of place. He's an undersized shooting guard who's playing point guard for the Armor.
If the Nets expect to do anything at all this season, they should be counting on Brook Lopez to lead the offense.
Thanks to Ellis' buzzer-beater in a close call against the Blazers, the Mavs now have their first t hree-peat of wins this season.
Jason Kidd, who had a distinguished 19-year playing career, has a Brooklyn Nets team that has given him reason to rub his brow as a first-year coach.
While the situation is dire, there are still some silver linings for Nets fans, who are grasping at straws for good news.
Trey Burke gave the Jazz their final lead at 102-101 with a 3-pointer, but the Kings scored the final 11 points of overtime.
Several of us at the Observer got an interview with Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan in October.
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The Brooklyn Nets take their disaster show on the road against the Milwaukee Bucks tonight, and when a ship is sinking you do not bet on it.