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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Livin' just enough, just enough for the suburbs

Former Blazer Gerald Wallace, who now plays for the Brooklyn Nets, is quoted in this story about how the Nets' players aren't living in Brooklyn, because their practice facility and airport choice are still in New Jersey:

"I'm afraid of the city," forward Gerald Wallace flatly admitted in July. He grew up in tiny Childersburg, Ala. (population: 5,100) and found a home in Clifton, N.J., a solid 22 miles from the Nets’ new arena.

"Hopefully," Wallace said, "I can find a driver to take me back and forth."

We didn't think he was afraid of anything. Anyway, he's likely to be the toast of Clifton. Maybe my Jersey buds will run into him at this joint. "How many 'dogs, Gerald?"

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