4:41 AM EDT, Fri April 25, 2014
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Oscar Robertson to Carmelo Anthony: Get the heck out of New York

NBA legend says if Melo goes to the Rockets, "they're going to win everything"
Newark Star-Ledger 7 hours ago

Nets general manager Billy King: It was my idea to banish Lawrence Frank

It was a costly mistake, but King moved quickly to correct it

Raptors not worried about Brooklyn crowd

NEW YORK –- The expectation is that Masai Ujiri will be sitting in the stands during Game 3 in Brooklyn. What kind of reception the Toronto Raptors and their general manager receive from the crowd, though, remains to be seen. “I told him I wasn’t going to sit next to him or anything like that,” Raptors coach Dwane Casey cracked Thursday. “But he’s fine. He has seen a lot. He is going to be OK.” Ujiri will likely be Public Enemy No.

Nets rubbing it in, regarding the Knicks?

The NBA playoffs will only take place in Brooklyn this weekend. Got that, Knicks fans? The Nets made sure to italicize only in Brooklyn in a press release highlighting their plans for Games 3 and 4 this weekend at Barclays Center. The team’s postseason slogan? “For Brooklyn.” As in: “One Pride. One Goal. One Dream. One Reason.” Hmm ... Toronto Raptors GM Masai Ujiri had another slogan involving “Brooklyn” and the letter “F.