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Kidd unable to assist Updated Nov 27, 2012
The Knicks have survived very well without Amar’e Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert during the first month of the season. But it took only one game to see that it’s an entirely different story when they don’t have Jason Kidd.
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  • Section 15: A Buddy Road Trip Nov 27, 2012
    The Off the Dribble team was interested in learning about Nets fans now that the team is in Brooklyn. Friends Richard Baker from Pennsylvania, and Joe McCormick from New Jersey hung out in Section 15 on Monday.
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  • Least influential of 2012? We vote for A-Rod & Fireman Ed Nov 27, 2012
    The December issue of GQ paints an unsparing portrait of who the magazine's writer, Drew Magary, views as the 25 least influential people from the past year. Knicks owner James Dolan lands at No. 17 on the distinguished list.
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  • A Pac-10 Coach Called Jeremy Lin By A Porn Star’s Name While Recruiting Him Nov 27, 2012
    Thanks to a new cover story on James Harden and Jeremy Lin, we now know that before Lin became the most popular player on the planet for a three-week stretch last February, a Pac-10 coach once called him the name of a porn star on accident for a whole r…
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  • Deadspin NBA Shit List: Nate Robinson, The Tiny Exploding Cosmos Nov 27, 2012
    A celebration of the NBA's most infuriating players, both past and present. Read other NBA Shit List entries here. More »
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  • Sir Charles picks the Nets as Big Apple's best team Nov 27, 2012
    No one seems to take more pleasure in knocking the Knicks than Charles Barkley. The TNT analyst has been an outspoken critic of the orange and blue since his good buddy Patrick Ewing left and he's showing no signs of slowing down.
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  • The Bobcats Were So, So Awful Last Night Nov 27, 2012
    While Raymond Felton was ruining the end of an otherwise good Nets-Knicks game for a national audience, the Charlotte Bobcats were quietly having a statement game of their own-plunging deep into the depths of basketball shittiness during a 114-69 loss t
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  • Slick Rick's Embarrassing Performance At The Nets Game Last Night Was Worse Than You Think Nov 27, 2012
    We told you about Slick Rick getting booed at halftime of the Knicks-Nets game, and about Frank Isola of the New York Daily News getting all kinds of grief on Twitter for wondering whether Slick Rick was indeed a hip-hop legend. Slick's got nothing to p…
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  • Brook Lopez is the best face of the Brooklyn Nets Nov 27, 2012
    Brook Lopez had a monster game in the Brooklyn Nets' landmark 96-89 overtime win over the New York Knicks on Monday night, turning in a team-high 22 points on 9-for-20 shooting, 11 rebounds (including seven on the offensive glass) and five blocked shots…
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  • Lawrence: Still Reasonable Doubt about Knicks-Nets rivalry Nov 27, 2012
    You can't just wish a rivalry to suddenly take hold in one 48-minute basketball game. It takes time, and here it will take two strong teams with two great home crowds, in Brooklyn and Manhattan, making it impossible for the visiting team to win.
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  • Nets' Wallace foils Melo late Nov 27, 2012
    Gerald Wallace wasn’t finished nagging Carmelo Anthony, not with Nets leading the Knicks by five points and 16.3 seconds remaining in overtime. Wallace, known as Crash, sprinted past halfcourt to catch up with Anthony. He arrived just in time to receive
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  • Brooklyn Draws First Blood In The Battle For New York; Brandon Knight Sends A Message To Damian Lillard Nov 27, 2012
    To New Yorkers, last night felt important. The Battle of the Boroughs felt like it mattered. Yes, most of the rest of the country could care less about who owns New York, but to everyone actually in the Big Apple, it’s like choosing between Hova and Nas
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  • Felton has 99 problems from field vs. Nets Nov 27, 2012
    Raymond Felton attempted one more shot and made one more shot, or else his shooting numbers in the Knicks’ historic first game in Brooklyn would have been identical to the most infamous shooting line in team history.
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  • Video - Rivalries, Dead Or Alive? 06:48

    Rivalries, Dead Or Alive?

    Nov 27
    The '80s and '90s are long gone. Are NBA rivalries, too? J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez go to battle.
  • Video - TrueHoop TV: Hello Brooklyn 03:40

    TrueHoop TV: Hello Brooklyn

    Nov 27
    Kevin Arnovitz and Beckley Mason following the Knicks-Nets game on Monday night.
  • Video - Best In New York 02:59

    Best In New York

    Nov 27
    Chris Broussard discusses the atmosphere at the Barclays Center for Knicks-Nets and the best player, center and coach between the Knicks and Nets.
  • Video - Phil Jackson Ready To Coach Again? 03:03

    Phil Jackson Ready To Coach Again?

    Nov 27
    Phil Jackson comments on the Lakers' hiring of Mike D'Antoni, and Stephen A. Smith and Chris Broussard discuss Jackson's future in coaching.