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One on One Talks Nets-Celtics Trade with Chris Carrino

Voice of the Nets Breaks Down Blockbuster Trade

While the trade has will not be confirmed officially until July 12th, the Brooklyn Nets will welcome Boston Celtics' Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry. The Nets will send Gerald Wallace, MarShon Brooks, Kris Humphries, Kris Joseph, 3 first round draft picks (2014, 2016,2018) and Kieth Bogans (via sign-and-trade) to Boston. Chris Carrino voice of the Nets on WFAN joined Mike Watts and Kris Venezia to talk about the potential imapct of these aging stars for the Nets.

Jared Zwerling of ESPN talks Draft, Knicks Free Agents

ESPNNY.com Writer names Dieng, Hardaway Jr as Possible Draftees

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Two days removed from the 2013 NBA Draft, Kenny Ducey chatted with ESPN New York's Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) about New York Knicks free agents JR Smith and Chris Copeland, and who the Knicks may have their eye on Thursday night. Hear which of the aforementioned players he thinks is more likely to stay, plus who may be on the board when New York picks at #24.

NetsDaily's Tom Lorenzo Previews Brooklyn Nets Draft

Lorenzo says Nets should go big with first pick

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Three days away from the NBA Draft, Tom Lorenzo (@TomLorenzo) joined Kenny Ducey to discuss what the Nets may do with the 22nd pick in the NBA Draft, and what Tom himself decided to do with the Nets' pick in SBNation's Mock Draft. According to him, Brooklyn needs a bigman, or at the very least, a wing player. Hear what Jason Kidd said to Tom when asked which of the pre-draft workouts he liked.

Ryan Ruocco Sheds Light on Jason Kidd Hiring, NBA Finals

Ruocco Says Big 3's Days May be Over

ESPN New York Radio Host and Nets PxP Man Ryan Ruocco joined Kenny Ducey and Jake Kring-Schreifels to chat about the new Brooklyn Nets Head Coach, as well as his impressions of the NBA Finals thus far. Hear what he had to say on the future of the Heat's big three and who he has taking Game 5.

ESPN.com’s Tom Haberstroh Analyzes the NBA Playoffs

"Heat Index" Sabrematician talks to the crew on One on One.

Tom Haberstroh is one of the many people that was impacted by LeBron James’ infamous decision to head to South Beach in 2010. Having never taken a journalism class, Haberstroh was hired by ESPN.com as an analytics writer for ESPN’s Miami Heat Index.

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