Brooklyn Nets Joe Johnson scored 29 points in the third quarter of Nets vs. Sixers on Monday night. The scoring outburst, helped the Nets secure a 130-94 victory that included a franchise-record 21 three pointers. Watch Johnsons’s offensive explosion.
Brooklyn Nets star Joe Johnson and the mother of his six-year-old son, Shannon Becton reached an agreement on child support. Joe will not only spring for Shannon and their son Gavin to move to New York, he’ll also buy her a new car. Check the details:
The Brooklyn Nets seem to have a potential foe that will knock them out of the playoffs before the first jump ball is called. Nets guard Joe Johnson, like his teammate, Kris Humphries legal obligations are in direct conflict with the playoffs. Kris settled his divorce suit with Kim Kardashian and now Nets Joe Johnson […]
Forbes says Carmelo Anthony, Joe Johnson & Dirk Nowitzki are overpaid and have the formula to prove it
Forbes usually gives us lists of who the most wealthy athlete is. What team is has the most value, etc. This time they’ve put together a list that I’m sure most NBA athletes have no desire to be apart of, “The most overpaid athletes in the NBA.” According to them, scoring in the NBA is […]
Nets guard Joe Johnson broke out his handles Wednesday night when his team faced off against the Miami Heat. Check out this video of Joe going one-on-one against Chris Bosh and crossing him over.
Nets Joe Johnson hits a buzzer beating three pointer to secure the Nets win 107-105 over the Pistons in double-overtime. It was a game that saw the return of Brooke Lopez to the line up but also saw point guard Deron Williams struggle offensively.
The Truth has been looking like a bit of fabrication as of late. During Wednesday night’s game between the Celtics and the Nets – that included a mini brawl with Rondo, Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries and KG – Paul Pierce once again ended up on the hardwood after being crossed up. Today’s example involves […]
The Clash of the boroughs lived up to its hype. Even the intro featured a “good vs. bad” paradox going on with Brooklyn resident and long-time Knicks super fan, Spike Lee facing off against himself.