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Jason Kidd is the new coach of the Milwaukee Bucks after trying and failing to get more power with the Nets. The fallout in Brooklyn could have far reaching ramifications, as he violated an unspoken rule of the coaching world.
As if the Nets choking away their shot at upending the Heat wasn’t bad enough, it occurs to us today that the Nets’ dynasty, which looked secure back in August, has already finished. It died before it lived. It was never really ever there at all.
Turns out, all a regular season sweep is good for in the playoffs against the Heat is a game. The Nets avoided the broom themselves, but not by much, and effectively choked away the Eastern Conference’s only realistic chance at a new challenger for the Finals.
Four years ago, LeBron toyed with the idea of coming to Brooklyn, back when his basketball legacy was still in question and Jay Z was the team’s part owner. No doubt that alternate reality crossed both their minds as they locked eyes here.
Joe Johnson has cracked the code, you guys. For years, we’ve wondered how the Miami Heat were good enough to make it to three straight NBA Finals, including back-to-back championships. How did they do it? What’s their secret?
After a hard-fought Game 7 win over the Raptors yesterday, the Nets move on to the second round of the NBA playoffs. One of the themes of this series — the incredible fan support that the Raptors received from their fans both inside and outside the arena — appears to have stuck with the Nets, who couldn’t stop talking about Toronto’s fans after the game.
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) April 26, 2014
Shirt wears Rihanna, Rihanna wears shirt. Wax on, wax off. Speaking of “waxing off,” you have to see this pictures.