Cleveland Cavaliers & New Jersey Nets
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This ticket got you into the 11/25/1979 Cleveland Cavaliers vs. New Jersey Nets game at the Coliseum at Richfield.
Whom did Duncan and the Spurs beat previously? Defeating the wildly shocking Knicks was a formality in 1999. Taking down a clearly inferior New Jersey Nets team in 2003 was expected. The shellacking they dealt James' Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007 was something most saw coming. Unseating the Detroit Pistons in 2005 marked their most trying challenge. They were the reigning champs and pushed the Spurs to seven games. -B/R article
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Change of plans as Ginebra eyes ex-NBA player Jackson to replace Rodgers Nelson Beltran [ Source: Philippine Star ] - March 18, 2014 In this Oct. 29, 2010 file photo, Sacramento Kings' Darnell Jackson, left, attempts a shot as New Jersey Nets' Kris Humphries defends during the third quarter of an NBA basketball game in Newark, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)MANILA, Philippines – Barangay Ginebra is now considering to tap former NBA player Darnell Jackson as replacement to Leon Rodgers. Jackson, a three-year NBA veteran with stints with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Sacramento Kings, is in town, flown in by the Meralco Bolts. However, Jackson reportedly refused to join the Bolts’ practice session Monday with Brian Butch still under contract as Meralco import. Jackson, apparently, now wants to void his own deal with Meralco.
Besides the Lakers, I grew up hating the Spurs for beating the New Jersey Nets and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
The New Orleans Hornets tangle with the Lakers at Los Angeles Lakers at 3:30 pm, the Knicks host the Cleveland Cavaliers at 7:30 pm and the New Jersey Nets take on the Kings in Sacramento at 10 pm. All 3 games r on NBA TV.
Cleveland Cavaliers (18-35) at New Jersey Nets (20-37), 6 p.m. (ET): A pair of teams playing out the string will...
Cleveland Cavaliers visting New Jersey Nets tipping off at 6:00 PM ET
Will be watching New Jersey Nets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers this time next week!!
The Cleveland Cavaliers ended their three game losing streak on Monday night against the New Jersey Nets
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