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Brooklyn Nets rookie shares a North Jersey apartment with 2 roommates because prices in New York City are 'ridiculous'

Despite earning the highest paycheck of his life this year, Brooklyn Nets rookie Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is managing his money wisely. In a profile from Wall Street Journal's Alex Raskin about Hollis-Jefferson's transition to the NBA, Hollis-Jefferson discusses how, even with a $1.3 million salary this year, money can still be tight. Show More Summary

Chris Christie Brags About Cutting Pensions And Raising The Retirement Age In N.J.

GOP presidential contender and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie seems to believe that promising to go after everyone's pensions and social safety nets is going to help his waning poll numbers in the GOP primary race, because that's exactly...Show More Summary

Former 76ers Star Darryl Dawkins Passes At 58

Former NBA star Darryl Dawkins, who spent most of his career with the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Nets, has passed away at the age of 58. Dawkins died Thursday at a hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania, according to the Lehigh County coroner’s office. Show More Summary

Tina Fey and Robert Carlock Ink Deal With NBC for New Series Pilot

2 months agoFilm / New Releases : Coming Soon

The new show centers on a New Jersey mom who gets an internship at her daughter's workplace, a cable news network The post Tina Fey and Robert Carlock Ink Deal With NBC for New Series Pilot appeared first on

Kimberlee Garris Moving on From The Brooklyn Nets

  Good friend of UC, Kimberlee Garris is moving on after 10 seasons in the NBA, first as a Knicks City Dancer and then as Director of Entertainment for the New Jersey and then later Brooklyn Nets. Kim was approached with the exciting opportunity to consult on a show coming [...]

N.J. AFL-CIO: Pension System Could Net $87M if N.J. Makes Payment in July

New Jersey State AFL-CIO President Charles Wowkanech expressed the federation’s support for a proposal by the state’s Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto calling on Gov. Chris Christie to make the state’s annual pension payment at the start of the fiscal year, rather than waiting until the end of the year.

John Calipari shuts down report that he's interested in coaching the New Orleans Pelicans

Kentucky head coach John Calipari coached the New Jersey Nets for three seasons before returning to college basketball, and rumors swirl (...)

Verizon NJ & State Cut Stealth Agreement to Raise Phone Rates -- On Top of the 440% of Rate Increases Since 1982.

NOTE: "The Book of Broken Promises: $400 Billion Broadband Scandal & Free the Net" delivers the complete history of Verizon New Jersey's failure to deliver fiber optic broadband to the Garden State and how the company gamed the system...Show More Summary

Three Years After Bolting for Brooklyn, Nets Keep One Foot in New Jersey

The team still has offices and a gym in East Rutherford while it builds a complex in Brooklyn, and the impending end of an era has left business neighbors nostalgic.

Bucher Buzz: Is Calipari Looking for NBA Respect or a Monster Kentucky Payday?

Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari made his first switch from college basketball to head coach of the New Jersey Nets in the mid-'90s. After a lackluster three-year stint, followed by an assistant coaching gig with the Philadelphia 76ers, Calipari returned to the college level and ultimately ended up at Kentucky. Show More Summary

New Jersey Casts a Broader Net (Opinion Rule)

It wasn’t too long ago that, down the shore, New Jersey hosted one of the most notorious litigation hellholes in the country. That’s not the case anymore, as the current (2014-15) ATRA Judicial Hellholes report explains in a suitably defense-oriented way. Show More Summary

Best Potential Backcourt Trade Targets for the Utah Jazz

It must be trade season. For the first time since Deron Williams was shipped to the New Jersey Nets in 2011, the Utah Jazz have a starter who's made his displeasure with the team very public. Following Utah's February 11 loss to theShow More Summary

'Gotta Dance' is next pre-Broadway tryout in Chicago

Chicago is getting another pre-Broadway tryout: “Gotta Dance,” a new musical based on a 2008 Dori Berinstein documentary about the New Jersey Nets’ hip-hop dance team made up of senior citizens. The documentary followed the neophyte team of 12 women and one man from...

Teresa Giudice Tell-All Details: How Much Will ‘RHONJ’ Star Be Paid?

A Teresa Giudice tell-all is reportedly coming soon, and could net the Real Housewives of New Jersey star up to $1 million. In October, the reality star and mother of four was sentenced to 15 months behind bars for charges of bank and wire fraud. Show More Summary

Marc by Marc Jacobs Reveals Its Latest Round of Instagram-Cast Models

9 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Marc by Marc Jacobs just unveiled its second campaign cast entirely through social media, and, as with last season's, it appears the brand cast a world-wide net. From Singapore to Nashville, London to New Jersey, the stakes were high and only the most pastel-haired would triumph. Though there's a disappointing... More »

Devils beat Cup champ Kings behind Bernier's pair of goals

Steve Bernier netted his first two power-play goals of the season, and the New Jersey Devils beat the Kings.

Russia's Economic Crisis Is Affecting The Future Of The New Jersey Nets

Russia's tanking economy and currency might have something to do with the possible sale of the Brooklyn Nets. For months there have been rumors that the owner of the Brooklyn Nets Mikhail Prokhorov is thinking about selling the team and on Tuesday, Bloomberg's Scott Shoshnick reported that the team is for sale. Show More Summary

Bucks sign veteran Kenyon Martin, waive guard Wolters

The Bucks signed 37-year-old Kenyon Martin on Friday to replenish a depleted frontcourt, reuniting the forward with former New Jersey Nets teammate and current Milwaukee coach Jason Kidd.

Camden County Police Officers Form Human Net To Rescue Mom, Two Kids Jumping Out Of Burning Home!

Officers from Camden County Police Department in New Jersey are being hailed for their heroic efforts after they formed a human net in order to rescue three people from a raging inferno. According to CBS Local, the incident happened on Wednesday afternoon. Show More Summary

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