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    How 'bout them Nets?

    Enjoy your ring-less careers Kenny Anderson and Derrick Coleman. Even though it was just one win in the Finals, getting a split in San Antonio is all NJ wanted. Now they get to go to the comfy confines of home for 3 games.

    As a LONG-suffering NJ fan, it is so much fun to watch these guys go out and get their first-ever Finals victory. Looking back on the days of Michael Ray Richardson, Darryl (Chocolate Thunder) Dawkins, Sam Bowie, Jack Haley .... ugh ... it sure is nice to see a great mix of trades and draft picks jel into an exciting unit.

    Rock the Meadowlands, exit 16W, and the hidden grave of Jimmy Hoffa - we've got a pair of championships coming to the Garden State!

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    Re: How 'bout them Nets?

    Originally posted by YankeePride
    Enjoy your ring-less careers Kenny Anderson and Derrick Coleman. Even though it was just one win in the Finals, getting a split in San Antonio is all NJ wanted. Now they get to go to the comfy confines of home for 3 games.

    As a LONG-suffering NJ fan, it is so much fun to watch these guys go out and get their first-ever Finals victory. Looking back on the days of Michael Ray Richardson, Darryl (Chocolate Thunder) Dawkins, Sam Bowie, Jack Haley .... ugh ... it sure is nice to see a great mix of trades and draft picks jel into an exciting unit.

    Rock the Meadowlands, exit 16W, and the hidden grave of Jimmy Hoffa - we've got a pair of championships coming to the Garden State!
    CAN I GET AN AMEN?!?!?!?!? lol

    I agree. I have long been an NJ Nets fan, only to watch them suck for all these years. Finally, finally, somethign good is happening.

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    It is a relief. And so was last night. A true nail-biter to the very end! Let's Go Nets!...And tonight, Let's Go Devils!

    If they both win, where will they have the victory parade?

    It better not be in the parking lot.

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    Arastis
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    It was a great game

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    I think the Nets have a good chance than they would've had against the Lakers, whom they don't match up well at all.

    That was a good move by Byron to put Mutombo in; too bad Mutombo didn't play more in Game 1.

    Those missed free throws are killing the Spurs, Duncan being 2-9 last night.

    No team, since NBA went to a 2-3-2 format, has won all 3 middle games...so it's looking like the Nets will have to win another one on the road.

    I'll be rooting for Byron's team!

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    All I can say is Let's go Nets...the pride of NJ.

    Tim
    Last edited by stkmtimo; 06-07-2003 at 08:57 PM.

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    Re: How 'bout them Nets?

    Originally posted by YankeePride
    Enjoy your ring-less careers Kenny Anderson and Derrick Coleman. Even though it was just one win in the Finals, getting a split in San Antonio is all NJ wanted. Now they get to go to the comfy confines of home for 3 games.

    As a LONG-suffering NJ fan, it is so much fun to watch these guys go out and get their first-ever Finals victory. Looking back on the days of Michael Ray Richardson, Darryl (Chocolate Thunder) Dawkins, Sam Bowie, Jack Haley .... ugh ... it sure is nice to see a great mix of trades and draft picks jel into an exciting unit.

    Rock the Meadowlands, exit 16W, and the hidden grave of Jimmy Hoffa - we've got a pair of championships coming to the Garden State!
    Don't forget about Buck Williams, Otis Birdson, Mike O'koren, Mike Gminski and host of others. It has been a long time coming. I started going to Nets games when I was 11 yrs old in 1981 during the first year the Meadowlands opened. Go NETS!!!

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    Back when it was Brendan Byrne Arena, right John? I remember those days!

    Tim

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