Report: Joe Johnson, Deron Williams Beef Was Real

It appears that the alleged beef between Joe Johnson and Deron Williams, was in fact real. NetsDaily is reporting that the Nets “were never aggressively marketing” the trade of Johnson, and they expect him to be better and happier without Williams in the fold. Various sources inside the Nets have suggested that the departure of

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Report: Nets Teammate Asked Media To “Take It Easy” On fragile Deron Williams

Deron Williams was reportedly in such a “fragile” state of mind last season, that Nets teammates had to appeal to media personalities “to take it easy” on the mercurial point guard, writes Stefan Bondy. In the Barclays Center hallways, a Nets player made a plea for compassion. Or maybe it was pity. “If you can,”

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Report: Deron Williams To Sign 2-Year, $10 Million Deal With Mavs

It looks like Deron Williams is going home. ESPN sources say Deron Williams is expected to sign a two-year deal with Dallas in the $10 million range once he hits the open market — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 10, 2015 Mark Cuban tried to get D-Will three years ago, but the veteran point guard elected

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Nets Agree To Buyout With Deron Williams

The Deron Williams era in Brooklyn is officially over. The Nets and Deron Williams have reached a buyout agreement, per source. — David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 10, 2015 It was just three years ago when Williams agreed to stay with the Nets on a five-year, $98 million contract deal. The 31-year-old only averaged 13 points

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Deron Williams, Joe Johnson Not Mentioned In Nets’ Letter To Fans

The Brooklyn Nets truly are hoping that if they erase a few players from their minds, they’ll erase them from the roster as well. Nets general manager Billy King and CEO Brett Yormark sent a letter to season-ticket holders and sponsors on Friday — without a mention of Deron Williams or Joe Johnson — the

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Lionel Hollins On Deron Williams: “He’s Not a Franchise Player Anymore”

Some will call this a shot, but all Brooklyn Nets head coach Lionel Hollins did was speak the truth on a point guard with eroding skills. Williams is set to make $43 million over the next two-years, so finding a taker for his astronomical contract is not likely to happen. What exactly will the Net

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