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Shooting Blanks

The New Jersey Nets lost another game, not surprising, 99-85 to the Milwaukee Bucks. It was a tale of two halves as the Nets jumped to an 11 point lead in the second quarter and led by 7 points at the half 48-41.. Terrence Williams came out strong, trying to outdo rookie sensation Brandon Jennings who scored 55 points against the Golden State Warriors on saturday. The Bucks came out in the third quarter on fire, going on a 15-0 run. New Jersey missed 9 straight shots and scored only 12 points in the quarter. Andrew Bogut led the bucks with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Carlos Delfino had 21 points and Brandon Jennings scored 19 points for Milwaukee. This should be a dangerous team once Michael Redd comes back to supply some shooting. Chris Douglas-Roberts had another great game with 31 points and 12 rebounds. He's been scorching since he came back from the swine-flu. Terrence scored only 4 points after the half to get his total to 20 points and Brooke Lopez had only 11 points. 0-12 is the worst start to a season since the Grizzlies started out 0-13 in 2002-2003.

Highlights: Its been a while but yours truely had a whole lot of basketball coaching things to do lol. Let's get to the highlights.

Terrence William's half court shot on saturday, incredible shot that beat the buzzer.

Manny Paquiao defeated Miquel Cotto with a TKO in the 12th round. I know I know, this isn't basketball but I'm a huge boxing fan, hopefully now Pretty Boy Flloyd Mayweather can make this fight happen. Note to Manny though, stop that singing, but I guess if you are boxing champion of the world, you can get away with a few things.