As we await for the Board of Governors next vote on the format for a return-to-play, it’s unlikely that neither of the extreme formats —a jump directly to playoffs or a 30-team return— is likely. ...
‘One Respected Veteran’ And ‘One Young, Talented Player’ Could Team Up With Durant And Irving On The Brooklyn Nets
by: Nico Martinez — Fadeaway World 14h
Nobody was shocked when Kevin Durant left the Golden State Warriors. But to join the Brooklyn Nets? Nobody saw that one coming.
by: Tom Dowd — NBA 14h
This week in Nets history, the Nets hired NBA Finals architect Rod Thorn as GM.
George Floyd protests: LeBron James calls out media; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Colin Kaepernick, Nick Saban demand ‘justice for all’ - nj.com
by: Mike Rosenstein | firstname.lastname@example.org — NJ.com 19h
One week ago, 46-year-old George Floyd, an African American, died when Derek Chauvin, a white Minneapolis police officer, dug his knee into Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes.
George Floyd protests: N.J. native J.R. Smith attacks man who allegedly smashed ex-NBA star’s truck (VIDEO) - nj.com
by: Mike Rosenstein | email@example.com — NJ.com 22h
The death of 46-year-old George Floyd on Monday, May 25, 2020, has triggered days of violent protests across the country. Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, seen on video pressing his knee on Floyd’s neck, has been charged with third-degree...
by: Marc Berman — New York Post 1 Jun
With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving rehabbing and a new head coach potentially on the way, the Nets’ main goal is bringing the NBA championship trophy to Brooklyn in 2021. Winning the 2020 title in
NBA legend Michael Jordan, usually silent, speaks up about George Floyd killing, protests: ‘Every one of us needs to be part of the solution’ - nj.com
by: Zack Rosenblatt | firstname.lastname@example.org — NJ.com 1 Jun
NBA legend Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls released a statement about the protests that have taken place across the United States in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Brooklyn Nets, Barclays Center React To Protests: ‘We Call For A Peaceful Response In Our Joint Fight Against Racism’
by: Brooklyn Nets News And Updates From CBS 2 New York – CBS New York — CBS New York: WFAN 1 Jun
Brooklyn's Barclays Center has become a gathering place for protesters, but it's also a site where they've clashed with police.
by: Kristian Winfield — NY Daily News 31 May
“We want to say ‘Enough is Enough.’”
by: Net Income — SB Nation: Nets Daily 31 May
In a statement issued at noon Sunday — after two days of protests often centered on Barclays Center— Joe and Clara Tsai, joined by their sports executives, said "Enough is enough" and called for "a...
by: N/A — SNY: SNY Nets 31 May
Cities all across the United States have been protesting against police brutality and racial injustice following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. In New York City, it has been Brooklyn where riots have ensued over these...
Nets, Barclays Center say 'Enough is Enough' with racism, hope for peaceful protests after tumultuous weekend - amNewYork
by: @JoePantorno — Metro News 31 May
Following protests and unrest in front of their home arena — the Barclays Center — on the heels of George Floyd's murder, the Brooklyn Nets, Long Island
by: Steve Gardner, USA TODAY — USA Today 31 May
As Brooklyn's Barclays Center is a hotspot for demonstrations, officials with NBA's Nets call for change, not violence.
by: Marc Berman — New York Post 31 May
With the concourse outside Barclays Center the site of protests this week over the police-related death of George Floyd, the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty of the WNBA released a statement Sunday
For many reasons I’m too tired to explain this does not show what the tweet implies it showsSlippery slope regarding James Dolan email. Knicks started season with David Fizdale as head coach and top five front office executives all African-American - Steve Mills, Scott Perry, Craig Robinson, Harold Ellis, Gerald Madkins. Sometimes actions louder than statements.Beat Writer / Columnist
RT @nikochanr3: @loshernandez29 I care. He's a dickwad. This isn't a stay silent issue, especially when your entire workforce is african american. How these players must feel and instead of offering them your help you say "Well this is difficult so let's do nothing". **** Dolan.Beat Writer / Columnist
I don’t think it was a mistake. I don’t think Beal reads Bondy, haha. These guys talk all the time and tamper constantly. If he knows they want him ....When mentioning Nets trade rumors, Bradley Beal said: "When you hear that Kyrie and KD want you, that’s amazing." Keep in mind, that's not what was reported. Fans feel that to lure Beal to BK, Kyrie and KD need to recruit. Was this verbal mistake by Beal more than it seemed?Beat Writer / Columnist
Every team pretty much put a boilerplate PR piece out on the current issues. Platitudes more or less. And Dolan is just too stubborn to join its mind bogglingAn internal email sent to MSG employees stated, in part: “As companies in the business of sports and entertainment, however, we are not any more qualified than anyone else to offer our opinion on social matters.” Full email: https://t.co/2uu4Amr312Beat Writer / Columnist
RT @NetsDaily: Nets insider says @joetsai1999 will continue to pay and provide medical benefits to hourly workers at Barclays Center. Tsai had earlier said he would extend pay and benefits through the end of May. A new timetable hasn't been disclosed.Beat Writer / Columnist
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