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At Least for 1 Night, Nets Own N.Y.

Chang W. Lee/New York Times

New York turned on itself Monday night, its basketball loyalties divided and contorted and scattered about, its sanity tested and every breath exhausted until one word reverberated in the air.

“Broook-lynnn.”

The chants signaled the start of a new rivalry and the official arrival of the Nets, who ground through four quarters and an overtime to take a 96-89 victory over the Read Full Article »

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