Hov was forced to sell his shares in the Brooklyn Nets so he could launch his Roc Nation Sports management agency to avoid a conflict of interest. But its obvious he’s still rockin’ w/ the team he helped put on the map…..check him and Roc Nation soldier Ty Ty courtside at the Barclay’s Arena Saturday night for the Bulls game.
The timing on this re-release is crazy! The night after the Nets beat the Knicks in OT, Packer Shoes in NJ gives us another chance to cop either, or both of the colorways at midnight.
This is the game a lot of us have been waiting for and it’s finally here! It was rescheduled from Nov. 1st due to Hurricane Sandy. The Knicks head over to Brooklyn to take on the Nets tonight at 7p (you can watch it on TNT).
The league announced Wednesday night that Evans was fined $5,000 for picking up his second flopping violation of the season late in the third quarter of Tuesday night’s 95-90 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
After Evans made a pass near midcourt against the Lakers, he was contacted by Metta World Peace, but overexaggerated the contact as to make it look like a shove. World Peace was whistled for a foul.
World Peace took issue with Evans’ flop, as well as what he thought were two flops by Gerald Wallace of the Nets, in a series of tweets after Tuesday’s game.
Asked Wednesday night what he thought of Evans’ fine, World Peace said he was surprised.
“That’s ridiculous,” he said. “Are you kidding me? I’d rather Gerald Wallace get fined than Evans.”
World Peace said the larger issue is the constantly changing interpretations of how fouls should be called.
“They should just let the refs ref,” he said. “They keep changing the rules. The refs are doing the best job they can. If you keep changing the rules they’re going to miss calls. And then we blame the refs for that. For these missed calls. If they stopped changing the rules, the refs would’ve been adjusted to this. They’re just trying to do their job. Back in the days, that was never a foul.”
Evans was warned for a flop during the Nets’ 102-97 victory against the Boston Celtics last Thursday.
His next violation would result in a $10,000 fine. A fourth violation would result in a $15,000 fine, a fifth $30,000, and six or more could lead to a suspension.
With the Brooklyn Nets going to LA to play the Lakers tonight, Dwight Howard was reminded Monday about his supposed preferred destination and also spoke on his current friendship status with Deron Williams…which didn’t sound too good.
“I’m here now,” Howard said after practice Monday, a day before the Lakers host the visiting Nets at Staples Center. “I’m in L.A. There’s no need to talk about what could have happened. I’m happy with being here in L.A. Like I’ve said, the fans have always been great here, and now that Continue reading
The Brooklyn Nets are the featured team this season on NBA TV’s “The Association,” a series offering behind-the-scenes access to the team. The debut episode aired Tuesday night and the intro featured a Fabolous freestyle. #Nicccccce
Here’s the rest of the schedule if you want to check it out:
Episode 2 Friday, November 2 6:30 p.m. ET
Episode 3 Friday, November 9 6:30 p.m. ET
Episode 4 Friday, November 16 6:30 p.m. ET
Episode 5 Friday, November 30 6:30 p.m. ET
Damn HOLD UP. SMH. Who knows whether this is true or not, but it’s just not something you want to be accused of.
Kris Humphries has just been sued by a woman who claims he gave her herpes.
Kayla Goldberg claims she met Kris in August, 2010 at the Newsroom Cafe on Robertson Blvd. in L.A. They flirted, exchanged numbers, and she claims Continue reading
While Jay-Z may have his hands full with playing the role of father, husband and entertainer, the Brooklyn Nets minority owner reportedly is a devoted executive who previously helped star point guard Deron Williams find a place to live.
According to Nets general manager Billy King, Young Hov shares an off-court bond with team players like Williams.