Tag: NBA

Pioneers of American Sports Have Left Legacies to Last Generations

By: Theo A. Katz During most people’s childhood, at one point they probably decided to pick up a sports ball to dribble, throw, or hit. Creating a passion with a sport at a young age is an activity that occurs multiple times a day around the globe.  When players first learn the rules of their […]

Kyrie Irving’s Vaccination Status Causes Protests

By: Frank Cannistra One of the NBA’s most polarizing figures has once again made headlines without even touching the court, as anti-vaccination protests in support of Kyrie Irving stole the show during the Nets home opener on Sunday, Oct. 24.  The Brooklyn Nets lost to the Charlotte Hornets in their first game of the season […]

Preseason Marks Return to Normal for the NBA

By: John McCormick Jr. The NBA preseason kicked off on Sunday, Oct. 3, where the Los Angeles Lakers hosted the Brooklyn Nets at the Staples Center. The offseason has finally come to an end as many teams picked up some big named free agents and some teams lost key players. The Lakers put in a […]

The Nets Looking at Strength in Numbers After Signing Blake Griffin

By Leah Mize  Blake Griffin signed a veteran contract with the Brooklyn Nets for the remainder of the 2021-2022 NBA season on Monday, March 8. According to an article published on ESPN, the six-time NBA all-star started this season with the Detroit Pistons but became an unrestricted free agent after buying out the rest of […]

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