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It looks like former Spurs point guard and current free agent head coach Avery Johnson is selling his McMansion. Located in Spring, Texas, 14,396 sq. ft. house is on the market for a cool $9 million asking price.
Deron Williams wants you to believe he is not culpable for the Brooklyn Nets giving Avery Johnson the pink slip. Now it’s time for you to play jury. Listen to him plead his case, examine the evidence, and decide for yourself. Was Williams responsible for Johnson’s departure?
After starting the season 11-4, the Brooklyn Nets are 14-14. Avery Johnson has been blasted by players and media alike for his isolation-heavy offense, and basketball’s triumphant return to Brooklyn has been marred by controversy. As of a few minutes ago, the Nets have found a partial solution: firing Avery Johnson.
Metta World Peace is a lot of things, but one stands above all: fearless. What makes us say? Well, taunts obviously aren’t uncommon in sports, but World Peace didn’t just taunt anyone last night – he taunted Nets coach Avery Johnson, a man he is only nine inches taller than and outweighs by a mere 85 pounds. Why, we wouldn’t be surprised if Johnson gave World Peace a real stern talking-to after this. [Ball Don't Lie]
Nets forward Kris Humphries had an exceptional season debut last night, scoring 21 points and grabbing 16 rebounds in a 90-84 win over the Wizards. And now, all anyone wants to talk about is Humphries’ basketball-playing ability. The Kardashian stuff is a distant memory!
Nah, just kidding, the Kardashian stuff is still all anyone cares about.
And the fallout from those controversial LeBron comments – you know, the ones where where he sounded like he thought contraction would be good for the NBA – continues.
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