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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Shaun Livingston
After a nail-biting triumph in Toronto, the Brooklyn Nets are moving on to Miami.
Slowed by foul trouble and struggling with his shot, Paul Pierce still found a way to come up big for the Brooklyn Nets.
The Nets will begin the conference semifinals at Miami on Tuesday night to play the two-time defending NBA champion Heat.
Kyle Lowry had a banged knee, busted lip and a knot on his elbow, and Dwane Casey sounded more like a corner man than the coach of the Toronto Raptors.
Lately, it seems as though the Brooklyn Nets just can't get enough home cooking.
Something about facing the Miami Heat still brings out the best in Paul Pierce.
Plagued by foul trouble in the first three quarters, Paul Pierce came up big down the stretch for the Brooklyn Nets.
The Indiana Pacers' bench didn't provide much in Saturday night's 97-96 win over the Brooklyn Nets.
NEW YORK (AP) — Shaun Livingston was flying all over the court. LeBron James could only sit and watch.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Road Warriors' run is over. The Brooklyn Nets are suddenly the NBA's hottest team.
Dion Waiters scored 20 points, Alonzo Gee added 17 and the Cleveland Cavaliers held off a late run to beat the Washington Wizards 95-90 on Tuesday night.
John Wall was sprawled out on the floor in front of him doing stretching exercises. A.J. Price sat across from him, his soft cast in his lap and a stimulation machine on his broken right hand. Shelvin Mack sat next to him, wearing oversized headphones and checking his cellphone.
For most people, finding out they have to work on Christmas Day isn't exactly the kind of present they want. For Shelvin Mack and Garrett Temple, it was the best gift of all.
The waiting was the hardest part for Shaun Livingston, who spent the first two weeks of the NBA season working out and sitting by the phone. Washington signed the 6-foot-7 point guard on Nov. 15 after an 0-7 start and released Jannero Pargo to open a roster spot.
For Shaun Livingston, it was like coming home. The 6-foot-7 free-agent point guard was signed by the Wizards on Thursday, and was on the practice court on Friday to start his second stint with the team. The Wizards released Jannero Pargo to make room on the roster.
"I think the series is really in the fight. It's a dogfight out there," Nets guard Shaun Livingston said Saturday. "Everybody is banged up and bruised up, but you know, it's not really time to feel sorry for anybody, you know what I mean? We're trying to win a series, so we're going to do what we've got to do."
Guard Shaun Livingston agreed, pointing to the fact that the Nets beat the Raptors on the road in Game 1.