The NBA announced a new day for Thursday's postponed clash between the Knicks and Nets at Barclays Center.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday afternoon that Thursday night's game between the Knicks and Nets at Barclays Center is postponed.
With the fear that Thursday will be a traffic nightmare around Barclays Center, and many fans stuck at home with power outages, demand for Nets-Knicks tickets in the secondary market has dropped precipitously in the past few days.
Brooklyn-born Marv Albert writes in the New York Times about his early life in Brooklyn and his time as an office boy for the Dodgers and the ball boy for the Knicks ... and how he "can hardly wait" to call the Nets vs. Knicks on Thursday night.
Mikhail Prokhorov talks to Steve Serby of the Post about the state of the Nets, the world, James Dolan, etc. The headline quote. Asked when he expects the Nets to win the championship, he answers, matter of factly, "in June." A rollicking good time.
Power rankings, along with some late season previews, are starting to roll in and they project the Nets --and their opponents Thursday-- the Knicks bunched in top third of the NBA. John Schuhmann puts the Brooklyn Nets at No. 10 and Knicks just below
That's what a comedian, known as "Fat Jew", tells Jay-Z's filmmakers about the impending Nets - Knicks rivalry. In a seven minute episode of "The Road to Brooklyn," the filmmakers let a lot of fans talk about who they love and who will win a title.
In an interview with Stephen A. Smith, Avery Johnson said he wants the Nets to be a top 10 team defensively, a big goal considering their defense last year and in preseason. He also said he'd like to have homecourt advantage in the playoffs.