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Nets Honor Brooklyn's Sporting History

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The Nets could have just showed up in Brooklyn and embraced its 21st century vibe, full of cool, young people for whom history is last month's hot new artisan bread shop.

Well, OK, there is some of that going on here, too.

But let's give the...

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