Monthly Archives: February 2011

Nets Prepare for Second Half without Carmelo, but Possibly Deron Williams? by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New Jersey Nets enter the second half of the season with a record of 17-40, and with 25 games remaining, including two, Friday, March 4, 2011, and Saturday, March 5, 2011, in London, England versus the Toronto Raptors, they … Continue reading

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Carmelo to the Knicks is a Reason to Rejoice by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

Carmelo Anthony, in his eighth year in the National Basketball Association(NBA), a 4-time All-Star, an NCAA champion and Final Four Most Outstanding Player award winner, is now a member of the New York Knicks, and many Knicks fans everywhere rejoice.  … Continue reading

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Don’t Count On ‘Melo Until He Signs by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

It was Friday, September 24, 2010, New York Knicks Media Day, when I first recall hearing rumors of Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets being involved in significant trade talks to the New Jersey Nets, as many of us watched … Continue reading

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Every Free Agent Owes Curt Flood by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

Some say it has enhanced sports, while others claim it has destroyed the games we love. Some franchises have used it to better their organizations yet others have foolishly misused it. No matter where you stand on the issue of … Continue reading

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Knicks Play Denver Hold ‘Em by Marc “Razz” Rasbury

By the time you read this, this may be a mute point and this “Is he coming or is he staying game” might be resolved in one way or   another. It is just that this Carmelo Anthony drama is starting … Continue reading

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Nets Stopped by Spurs, 102-85 by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

The New Jersey Nets hosted the NBA-leading San Antonio Spurs on Valentine’s Day at the Prudential Center in Newark in front of 13,433, and, for almost three quarters, the Nets were in the game, cutting the lead to 6 points, … Continue reading

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Amar’e Sits Out, Knicks Knock Off Nets, 105-95 by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

It was announced that Amar’e Stoudemire would sit out yesterday’s game for the New York Knicks with a sprained right big toe shortly before the start of the game against the New Jersey Nets for the first time at the … Continue reading

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