NBA in New Jersey
Posted 29 October 2011 - 10:34 PM
But it would be good for the Rock and the Devils because Devils Entertainment run all events at the Prudential Center.
The prudential center is currently the 5th most active arena in the country. With a permanent Basketball team, it could become the top arena in the country. Shaq is also behind this and spreading awareness. I personally don't watch basketball but it would be nice for New Jersey to have a team in another Major League Sport other than just NHL. Considering the JEts and Giants are technically NY.
Posted 06 November 2011 - 11:37 AM
NJDevs Keeper of the original 1987-88 Patrick Divison Champions banner, the Ken Daneyko banner, Devils Dawg's cape, 25th anniversary basher board ad, the Utica Devils, the Lowell Devils franchise, the Devils first win at the Rock, Newark Arena's first car-jacking victim, Lowell's pre-"Devil Dawg" mascot's cape, Sections 128 and 129 at "The Rock", Pork Sandwich at The Rock, Jumbotron clapping Godzilla, Mucho Nacho, Grant Marshall first edition Lowell Devils jersey, The first "Rangers suck" chant at the Rock (25th Oct. '07 at Bon Jovi), Bob Gilderstein, the PA voice from 2005-2007, NJ Iromen soccer team, and the Postponed and Continued Lightning/Devils game 1/8/10 and 1/10/10
"Elias, is going to chase it down. Right in front to Arnott, HE SCORES!!!!! JASON ARNOTT HAS SCORED AND THE DEVILS HAVE WON THE CUP!!! JASON ARNOTT!!! JASON ARNOTT has score and the Devils win it 2-1!!!!"-Mike Miller
"The Championship to New Jersey. The Devils win the Stanley Cup"! -Mike Emrick- -June 24, 1995
R.I.P. Mom 2/22/09
Posted 07 November 2011 - 05:24 AM
Posted 07 November 2011 - 09:45 AM
IN LOU WE TRUST @Manta04
Posted 07 November 2011 - 08:57 PM
Just say no to Moe
Posted 08 November 2011 - 03:14 AM
Posted 08 November 2011 - 07:58 AM
It can only be a positive thing if Newark gets another professional sports team that plays in the highest league of that sport.
But aren't the Liberty already signed on to play a couple seasons in Newark?
"I don't like those Rangers fans from New Jersey." - Jim Dowd
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