The New Jersey Americans joined the American Basketball Association in 1967 and moved to New York the following season. The team was renamed the New York Nets, which conveniently rhymed with Jets and Mets, two of the Big Apple’s other professional franchises. Before the 1977-78 season, the team returned to New Jersey but kept its nickname. In 1994, the Nets were reportedly considering changing their nickname to the Swamp Dragons to boost its marketing efforts. The franchise relocated to Brooklyn in 2012.

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NBA 2K23: The Top 10 Big Threes in the league

With NBA 2K23 out and the reviews praising the game as one of the best in the franchise's recent history, we have decided to look at the game's player ratings and examine the best Big Threes in the NBA, according to the 2K franchise. This is a … I need to read more from this…

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Who Is Going To Sign Blake Griffin?

On Monday, September 12, six-time NBA All-Star Blake Griffin still remains a free agent. The former Oklahoma star has played for the Los Angeles Clippers, Detroit Pistons and Brooklyn Nets over his career. I need to read more from this story