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Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 at 11:05 am  |  8 responses

The Nets’ Stash Spot

Skyzoo discusses the pros and cons of NJ’s eventual move to BK.

Late Monday afternoon, Skyzoo dropped by the SLAM Dome to take a tour, kick it and schmooze. Once there, though, he graciously agreed to sit down with Tzvi for an impromptu video interview session.

In the final vid of a three-part series (part 1; part 2), the native of Brooklyn breaks down the Nets upcoming move to BK. Feel free to like or leave his assessment of the move, but we really dig it, especially the focus on Jay-Z coming full circle.

Want to hear more from Skyzoo? If you haven’t already be sure to download his free The Great Debater mixtape, and follow him on Twitter.


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  • http://slamonline.com/ Tzvi Twersky

    Liked the previous two vids a lot, LOVE this one. Great working with you, sky!

  • http://www.yougotdunkedon.com LilKDub503

    I’m thinking of doing the cover thing on my wall in college, but I just can’t deface my collection of now 73 magazines. Just can’t do it.

  • http://blogspot.com LLC#12

    Scan the covers or photocopy them or something then put them on your wall, it will still look alright, and your magazines won’t be damaged, I did that and it looked cool still.

  • Tal Barzilai

    I thank him for realizing that the move to Brooklyn is not a good thing. Also, I am glad that he saw through Jay-Z. Besides, he barely owns one percent of the team, so it’s not like his say matters. Most will never convert to the Nets just because they move there especially when real fans never convert.

  • Reggie

    @LilKDub
    you really want pictures of guys on your wall? Especially when you have a girl in there lol. Smh

  • Reggie

    in college

  • rudy

    Lol @ reggie

  • Tal Barzilai

    @Reggie
    If Bloomberg doesnt want the team to suceeed in Brooklyn, then he should move it up to Pleasantville where the local residents will support it very strongly. I know from my experiences coaching in the WNBA. All it takes is a champion to get people to take action.

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