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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - New Jersey Nets
Start spreading the news. One of New York's bumbling basketball teams is about to win!
Washington has to win 41 more games to live up to center Marcin Gortat's projections, and he didn't back down from his words Wednesday.
Get past Miami and Indiana in the Eastern Conference and uncertainty rules. Several teams could legitimately finish in third - maybe even the Wizards?
Jason Kidd said he was just "trying to win" when he intentionally spilled a drink on the court, a stunt that cost him $50,000.
Jason Kidd dropped more than a soda in an attempt to delay a game. He ended up dropping $50,000 for the stunt.
Dwight Howard moved on and Derrick Rose came back, though Kobe Bryant won't quite yet. Nine first-time coaches are coming in and David Stern will soon head out.
If the Washington Redskins change their team name as part of a rebranding effort, they only have to look up the road for a good example to follow: the Baltimore Ravens.
Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd was suspended Friday for two games after pleading guilty in a drunken driving case.
The game is to be played at Madison Square Garden and the slam dunk contest and other skills events held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The judge placed Kidd on interim probation. In exchange for the guilty plea, Kidd also agreed to speak to Long Island high school students about the dangers of drunken driving.
Feeling he was close to a deal for Paul Pierce, a thought crossed Billy King's mind.
The names that Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge didn't mention said all anyone needed to know about how he views the team's future.
Letting Doc Rivers go to the Los Angeles Clippers was the first sign. Getting rid of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett clinched it.
The Brooklyn Nets will acquire Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett from the Boston Celtics in a deal that was still developing as the NBA draft ended, according to a person with knowledge of the details.
The Nets and Boston Celtics are discussing a deal that would bring Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce to Brooklyn, a person with knowledge of the talks said Thursday.