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On the surface, “Spillgate” was just some desperate ploy by the worst coach in basketball. But dig a little deeper and you’ll find this thing is way more complicated than anyone previously thought. A vast network of underground Diet Coke gangs, black market cans, double agents, people freebasing that Caffiene Free crap — follow the paper trail, and you’ll find out who’s behind it. Or just read Mark Cuban’s Twitter feed.
Legitimate Accident, Sketchy Trick Or Clever Gambit? Jason Kidd’s ‘Spilled Drink’ Brings Shame Regardless
Any way you look at this, it’s just embarrassing. And then the Nets lost anyway. Video after the jump.
It’s one thing to flop. It’s another thing to flop, and then to get mad at the person who didn’t actually foul you for fouling you (which, to clarify, he/she did not do). Such is Jason Terry’s contribution to NBA basketball nowadays.
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Nuts Nets Are Bringing Back Short Shorts For Your Viewing Pleasure
Deron Williams is actually funny when he’s not taking himself too seriously and being a mopey turd on the basketball court. In fact, this video (which is hilarious, by the way) was made for a good cause. After watching it make sure you check out The New York Collaborates For Autism website and donate.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today: We’ll explain why the Brooklyn Nets are even more screwed than you think.
Remember the last time they had the All-Star Game in New York? Let John Amici and Scoop Jackson take you through it in this weird British broadcast of the event. David Stern’s plans and more after the jump.
The Celtics’ New Players Don’t Look As Happy As The Ones In Los Angeles, Houston, Detroit, and Golden State For Some Reason
The players unfortunate enough to be traded to Boston by the Brooklyn Nets enter a team that is in full-blown rebuilding mode. For that reason, this picture of three miserable former Nets holding up their new green-and-white jerseys exists. All of the other players on new teams around the league look happier for some reason.