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Antsy Nets Axe Avery Johnson

Avery Johnson Fired After Just 28 Games

Mikhail Prokhorov and the rest of Brooklyn Nets ownership fired Head Coach Avery Johnson early this morning on the heels of blowout losses to the Celtics on Christmas day and the Bucks last night. During his press conference this afternoon, General Manager Billy King said: “I just thought he [Avery Johnson] wasn’t able to get through to the players… somehow it just wasn’t translating to the players on the floor, for whatever reason.”

Merry Knickmas

Knicks fans have a surprising gift under the tree...

On Christmas morning, kids all over the world will wake up early to find their new iPad, videogames, or toys left for them under the tree. That same morning Knick fans will not only awake to some new gifts, but also a new and improved Knick team.

New York City Back in a Basketball State of Mind

The City is plenty spacious for two talented basketball teams

For what seems like forever now, New York City has been called a basketball town. But, that really hasn’t been the feeling around these parts for quite some time now. The Yankees own the hearts of most of the city, with seventeen postseason appearances during the last 18 seasons and 5 Championships.

WFUV at the Fordham Men's Basketball Tip-Off Dinner

Fordham Men's Basketball starts its season in style, and the inaugural Johnny Bach Award goes to a Knicks legend

 

On Monday, November 6th, The Fordham Rams held their 2012-2013 Men’s Basketball Tip-Off dinner at the Grand Hyatt in Manhattan. It was an opportunity to introduce this year’s basketball roster to the Fordham Athletic family and Alumni, and a chance for the program to give out the inaugural Johnny Bach Award.

Return To Brooklyn

First Professional Level Sports Game in Brooklyn Since 1957

Tonight at 7:30 ET the Nets open up their 2012-2013 campaign at home against the Toronto Raptors. This however is no ordinary start to the season for a franchise that hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2007. As the Nets take the floor tonight it will not be in New Jersey at the Izod Center, but Brooklyn on Atlantic Avenue, home of the new 4.9 billion dollar Barclays Center.

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