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Kirilenko blast Kidd says he couldn't handle New York pressure

This is an interesting article, because from a player’s perpective even he couldn’t figure out why the coach after only a year on the job wanted out and fprced his way to Milwaukee. 291 more words

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Anything's Possible

by Yusuf Gadlin

Kevin Garnett will likely retire after this season. The 19-year veteran will leave behind a great legacy and will be remembered for his intensity; his leadership; his giant heart;  his superior skill set; his loyalty; and, his talking to himself before tip off of every game before banging his head against the basketball support system before going to war on the basketball ball court. 484 more words

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Is Brooklyn a Sleeper in the East?

Right now it is the middle of the offseason and everybody is making their predictions for the upcoming 2014-2015 season.  In the East everyone is picking the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Chicago Bulls to be at the top given that LeBron James has decided to return to Cleveland and Derrick Rose is coming back from his torn ACL injury.   383 more words

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The Siberian Express Goes In On Kidd

Brooklyn Net Andrei Kirilenko is known more for his wacky lettuce and even wackier relationship with his wife, than he is for his game.

The big Russian took just 4 shots per game last year but just landed about 10 on former coach Jason Kidd. 205 more words

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Kirilenko “Kidd Couldn’t Handle it.”

Andrei Kirilenko has publicly criticized former Brooklyn head coach Jason Kidd during an interview with SovSport, a Russian sports tabloid. Living up to his nickname, “AK-47” continued to fire shots at Kidd when he said “basically he was not able to do much of anything.”

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Kirilenko “Kidd Couldn’t Handle it.”

Andrei Kirilenko has publicly criticized former Brooklyn head coach Jason Kidd during an interview with SovSport, a Russian sports tabloid. Living up to his nickname, “AK-47” continued to fire shots at Kidd when he said “basically he was not able to do much of anything.” 311 more words

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