Sources: Brandon Jennings to Brooklyn Being Discussed

Brandon Jennings

Brandon Jennings could very well end up in Brooklyn two weeks from now in a trade that would send Thaddeus Young to the Detroit Pistons, sources tell SheridanHoops.com. There are several teams looking to acquire Jennings, who has been a starter most of his career but is currently stuck behind Reggie Jackson on Detroit’s depth chart. He will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. Brooklyn is one of the teams with the biggest need at point guard

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DraftKings Advice: I Like Damian Lillard; Win $50,000 Free

Damian Lillard

Hope you cashed at DraftKings last night; our top pick DeMarcus Cousins $11000 was the key to riches in DFS, with a career-high 56 points in an overtime loss. Congratulations to “rickyledo,” who also used Jrue Holiday, Trevor Ariza, Rodney Hood, Karl-Anthony Towns, Jeremy Lin, Marvin Williams and Spencer Hawes to win $100,000 for just three bucks. [Read more…]

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Fantasy Spin: Butler, Cousins Pay Off For Daily Owners; Win $20K For $3

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Congratulations to everyone who keyed on Jimmy Butler $8700 and DeMarcus Cousins last night to win big at DraftKings. Also common to many of the highest-scoring eight-man lineups were Ish Smith and Robert Covington, but “hawks3312″ won $15,000 for $3 with the best production from his other four players (Tony Parker, Joakim Noah $5400, Trey Lyles and Julius Randle.) [Read more…]

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Sheridan: Billy King ruined the Nets … In NJ and Brooklyn

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First, a disclaimer: I like Billy King. He has always treated me well, has always been friendly and helpful, and he was truly one of the NBA’s most gracious men. But now let’s get to the heart of the matter: Billy King was a terrible, terrible general manager. One of the worst in league history. His temporary replacement — an empty chair — will do a better job than King did. And his eventual successor will need one essential qualification — masochist

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Sprung: Joe Johnson’s Sudden, Precipitous Decline Haunts Nets

Joe Johnson face Game 2

When asked recently about the trade value of Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson, one Western Conference scout summed it up in six brutally painful words: “He makes a lot of money.” After 15 NBA seasons and seven All-Star appearances, the 34-year-old Johnson has turned from a very good basketball player into just another contract a team can’t wait to get off its books. Mercifully for Brooklyn, Johnson’s contract expires at the end of this season. When it’s all said and done in Brooklyn—

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