On Monday night, the Nets will play their final game in New Jersey when they host the 76ers in Newark. The club will celebrate 35 years in the Garden State with guest appearances from former players including Albert King, Otis Birdsong, Chris Morris, Derrick Coleman, Kenny Anderson, Kendall Gill, and Kerry Kittles. During their time in New Jersey, the Nets have compiled a .421 winning percentage and reached the playoffs 16 times.
If you have a great basketball blog piece that you think we should feature, send me an email at [email protected] Here's our look at the best of the web this week..
- Nets Are Scorching looks at the future of the Nets-Knicks rivalry.
- RealGM sat down with Gerald Green to discuss his second chance in the Association.
- Hardwood Paroxysm examines Dwight Howard in the clutch.
- Cowbell Kingdom weighs in on the Kings' arena situation.
- Know Hitter says that the Celtics will be a scary team this postseason.
- The Basketball Post applauds the Bobcats' efforts when it comes to tanking.
- Euroleague Adventures wonders why Juan Carlos Navarro made the all-Euroleague team.
- 3 Shades Of Blue makes the case for Marc Gasol being removed from the starting five.
- Basketball Prospectus looks at the Blazers' history of injuries.
- Hoops Addict wonders if a lack of postseason experience could hurt the Pacers.
- Cavs The Blog talks Lester Hudson.
- The Good Point thinks that the Raptors are showing some promise.
- Bucksketball writes that Drew Gooden has been playing out of position this year.
- Stepien Rules caught up with Cavs forward Luke Harangody.
- NBA Playbook took notice of a beautiful play ran by the Wizards.
- Portland Roundball Society was in the Blazers' locker room after their final home game.
- Red's Army looks at which Celtics are headed to the rafters.
- A Wolf Among Wolves applauds J.J. Barea.
- Celtics Hub looks at the C's relationship with the mid-range shot.
- The Hoop Doctors wonders what's next for Deron Williams.
- Basketbawful ran down the worst of Wednesday's action.
- Hoop Idea writes that NBA officiating is becoming more transparent.
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