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Charts for the players above average from everywhere, via Nylon Calculus

My last post went over the players above-average in attempts/36 minutes from each of the basic shot zones plus free throws. HOWEVER, with the updated shot charts by… 220 more words

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Brooklyn or Manhattan?

Who is the best team in New York? The simple answer? Nets. Here’s why:

First, let’s compare star players. Who is more reliable in clutch situation? 426 more words


Top 10 Moments in Brooklyn Part 2

This is second part of a two-part series that analyzes the top plays in Brooklyn during the first two seasons at Barclays center. Make sure you check out the first part of the series… 632 more words

Brooklyn Nets

Iman Shumpert excited to play in triangle offense because he won’t just have to stand in the corner

When in Atlanta, coach Mike Woodson was rightly criticized for just running too much “iso Joe” offense for Joe Johnson. In New York it was better, if only because injuries forced him to put Carmelo Anthony at the four (which worked better) but one would not use the word “unpredictable” when describing the Knicks offense. 349 more words

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Top 10 Moments in Brooklyn Part 1

In what has been an eventful and exciting first two seasons in Brooklyn, the Nets have had many ups and downs. Although they have not been able to achieve the ultimate goal of a championship, the Nets have had a successful first couple of season after their move from New Jersey.  516 more words


Dolphins Up To Date On Players Remunerations-Joe Johnson

General Manager of Dolphins Football Club, Joe Johnson says the club is now free of debts owed to its players.

Johnson, while addressing the press in Port Harcourt said it was not something to shout about but since it was a big media issue when the League Management Company listed Dolphins amongst clubs that owed players, it became important to use the same source to say the club is now clean. 218 more words


Brooklyn's Overlooked Star

In yet another ESPN prediction article, the self-proclaimed “World Wide Leader in Sports” slighted the Brooklyn Nets. This time it was not about the team as a whole, but about an individual player. 483 more words

Brooklyn Nets