Miami Heat rookie guard Shabazz Napier’s ball-handling wizardry completely fooled Kevin Garnett and Deron Williams Monday night in Brooklyn. The Heat hung on for a 95-83 road win against the […] The post Shabazz Napier Crosses Up Kevin Garnett and Deron Williams (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
A must-see Shabazz Napier dribbling moment that confused Deron Williams and Kevin Garnett.
To be fair, Deron Williams did get Eric Bledsoe first with a nice cross, and then hit the open three. Bledsoe’s Phoenix Suns took care of the visiting Brooklyn Nets […] The post Eric Bledsoe Crosses Up Deron Williams for the Nice Finish (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Brooklyn Nets' Deron Williams and the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry today were named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Nov. 3, through Sunday, Nov. 9.
Deron Williams isn't back. He was just never gone. Williams plummeted out of the "top point guard rankings," a list he clearly didn't subscribe to or care about, after experiencing the worst year of his career last season. Still, the...Show More Summary
Bojan Bogdanovic scored a season-high 22 points to lift the Nets to a 104-96 win over the Orland Magic on Sunday. Mason Plumlee added 12 points and 10 rebounds while Deron Williams and Kevin Garnett each had seven assists for Brooklyn (4-2).
Williams says "It's going to be hard to stop me," and early returns this season agree. The Brooklyn Nets lost Paul Pierce this offseason, but they picked up a new Deron Williams, a healthy one. Williams struggled through the 2013-14 season, averaging 14.3 points and 6.1 assists per game -- his worst numbers since his rookie season. Show More Summary
Deron Williams' first two years in Brooklyn could be encapsulated in a limp, often without a visible reason for its onset. One minute Williams would be cruising along in a basketball game, looking the part of an All-Star. The next play Williams was favoring one foot, or one leg, and his aggression fell off a cliff.
The Brooklyn Nets had a disappointing season last year that was filled with title hopes, but plagued by injuries to starters Brook Lopez and Deron Williams. Brooklyn has started this season strong, winning two of its first three games...Show More Summary
The banged-up Oklahoma City Thunder are on the road to take on Deron Williams and the Brooklyn Nets Monday at the Barclays Center. OKC responded to adversity well in its first game without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, beating the Nuggets 102-91 at home. Tipoff : 7:30 p.m. Show More Summary
THE BROOKLYN Nets have scored a ride on the face of a new line of MetroCards. The new subway and Long Island Railroad passes — that go on sale Monday — feature images of ball stars Kevin Garnett, Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson under the slogan “We Are Brooklyn.”
My king for life! #Halloween #WeLoveToParty #TeamWilliams #KhalDrogo #Khaleesi #GameOfThrones #MyManIsSoHot #HauntedHalloweenBash @dwill8 A photo posted by Amy Williams (@mewithana) on Oct 10, 2014 at 7:49am PDT Pssst... nobody tell Deron Williams what happened to Khal Drogo. He's obviously still watching the first season of Game of Thrones.
No matter how weak the Eastern Conference may be during the 2014-15 NBA season, the Brooklyn Nets are by no means guaranteed to lock up one of the eight postseason berths. But Deron Williams can change that, so long as he continues to look refreshed, rejuvenated and renewed. Heading into the campaign, opinions about how last year's No. Show More Summary
With his ankles finally healthy, Deron Williams says he’s back to playing and feeling like his old self. Williams’ Brooklyn Nets teammates report seeing and hearing a much more confident […] The post Deron Williams Says He Got His Swagger Back appeared first on SLAMonline.
If this feels like a retread from the previous two years, it’s because the Nets face the same questions heading into third season of the Brooklyn. Brook Lopez’s health? Yeah, that could be a problem. Deron Williams’ regression?
The Brooklyn Nets will look to return to the second round of the NBA playoffs and advance past that mark, despite losing veteran Paul Pierce in the offseason. Can a healthy Deron Williams and Brook Lopez lead the Nets on a run? Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game joins Adam Lefkoe to give his Nets forecast in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
It's time for real basketball. The preseason is finally over. Entering the exhibition schedule, the Brooklyn Nets had plenty of questions they were looking to answer. How would Deron Williams look after offseason surgeries on both his...Show More Summary
Brook Lopez is already hurt again, Kevin Garnett is 38 years old and entering his 20th NBA season and Paul Pierce left to go to Washington.
Deron Williams felt sluggish. The pressure on his joints was hampering his ability to move quickly, to stay healthy. The bottom line, the Nets point guard concluded during the 2012-13 season, was that he was too heavy.
The Brooklyn Nets will look to claw their way back into contention this year with a healthy Brook Lopez and Deron Williams leading the charge under new head coach Lionel Hollins. Do the Nets have enough to challenge the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers in the East? Ric Bucher gives his take when he joins Adam Lefkoe in the video above. Show More Summary