The Nets played their last game Newark, New Jersey on Monday and even with a blowout loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, the game drew a sellout crowd as fans visited to pay their farewells to a franchise they called their own for 35 seasons.
The Nets will be moving to Brooklyn next season and thanks to the folks over at Deadspin, we get our first look at the teams new logo.
The photo was posted on Twitter by a person who is doing IT work in the brand new Barclay Center and tweeting photos as he works. He either has the clearance to tweet the pictures, or has to be in jeopardy of being fired.
The Nets will play their final regular season game tonight against the Toronto Raptors and a lot of work is to be done in the off-season.
They will try to keep All-Star point guard Deron Williams from leaving via free agency and pair him, possibly, with the likes of All-Star Dwight Howard, whose season is over after having surgery to repair a herniated disc in his back.
With some of baseball's top pitching talent in the White Sox system, who better to talk about them than longtime White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper? Coop gives us the goods on Michael Kopech, Alec Hansen, Reynaldo Lopez, Dylan Cease, Joakim Soria and many others. He reveals the adjustment Lucas Giolito made last season that changed everything for the young right-hander, the one White Sox pitcher he thinks will make a big jump in 2018, and explains why he thinks the White Sox could surprise people in 2018.
On the latest edition of the Cubs Talk Podcast, Kelly Crull, Tony Andracki, Jon Graff, Matt Buckman and Scott Changnon rattle off their main takeaways from the weekend’s Cubs Convention, including the funniest moments and how the players engaged with fans and each other throughout the three days at the Sheraton Grand Chicago.
Plus, which players — besides Kyle Schwarber — made the most of the offseason and are primed for a breakout in 2018? The crew gives its take, with options including Albert Almora Jr., Ian Happ and Jason Heyward.
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