With the Heat down one and only seconds left, the ball was right where you want it—in LeBron James’ hands and he was going up against Nets’ rookie Mason Plumlee.
Joe Johnson scored 32 points, Shaun Livingston helped Brooklyn dominate the second overtime after LeBron James fouled out, and the Nets beat the Miami Heat 104-95 on Friday night for their fifth straight victory.
Pretty much any US city, short of maybe Birmingham, AL, has some elements/neighborhoods of hipster culture at this point (you really just need a fixed-gear bike shop, right?), but these 10 cities are vying for the title of hipster-est. Behind Williamsburg, of course.
The Brooklyn Nets want to be considered one of the elite teams in the NBA, but they know to do that, they have to do something they haven’t been able to do this season, knock off the Miami Heat.
The so-called Superstorm has long passed, but residents in lower Manhattan are picking up the pieces of what Sandy left behind.
Barbra Streisand has returned home to Brooklyn, New York for the first of two concerts at the city’s new arena, The Barclays Center.
Instead of catching fish, a New York angler instead reeled in a 30-pound baby loggerhead turtle off a Brooklyn pier.