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  • Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony 2019 event details announced

    Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony 2019 event details announced

    A new class of iconic musicians is entering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and you can see it happen in person at the induction ceremony this spring. The ceremony will be held on Friday, March 29, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Tickets go on sale right here on AXS on Friday, Feb. 1 at 10 a.m...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Best moments from Radio.com Presents Not So Silent Night at Barclays Center

    The Barclays Center in Brooklyn was filled with alternative rock fans from the New York Metro Area on Thursday who were all there to catch a handful of headline-worthy artists playing Radio.com's first ever “Not So Silent Night” holiday concert event. The event’s loaded lineup included Muse...
  • Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce dates for fall 2018 tour

    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce dates for fall 2018 tour

    Add Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to the list of must-see fall tours--the band has just announced a new, albeit short, run of dates. The band will be on the road in October paying just 10 shows across North and Latin America, with the US dates kicking off at the end of the month. They include stops...
  • Brooklyn Nets continue positioning franchise for future

    Brooklyn Nets continue positioning franchise for future

    The Brooklyn Nets doubled down on what has been an active offseason in New York. General manager Sean Marks has swung two deals that maintain financial flexibility while adding draft assets. In one deal, Marks shipped point guard Jeremy Lin to Atlanta in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick and the...
  • Katherine Villalon

    5 reasons to see GOT7 live

    Korean pop music, or K-pop, has been becoming popular and more present here stateside. One group that has been riding this new Hallyu wave is the seven-member group, GOT7. Upon arriving in New York, GOT7 spent their day doing interviews, taking in the sites, and even had their first US television...
  • Brooklyn Nets continue to push pace with latest signings

    Brooklyn Nets continue to push pace with latest signings

    The free agent signing period opened at 12:01 a.m. on July 1, and the Brooklyn Nets wasted no time in making moves. General manager Sean Marks re-signed sharpshooter Joe Harris to a 2-year, $16 million deal, and he added hustle player Ed Davis for 1-year, $4.4 million.  The moves signal the Nets...
  • Will Brooklyn Nets look to make free agent splash?

    Will Brooklyn Nets look to make free agent splash?

    Ever since Sean Marks took over as general manager of the Brooklyn Nets, he has tried to be creative in his pursuit of assets. He has looked to move veterans for draft picks and talented, young players, and he has looked to make additions through restricted free agency. Previously, Marks made plays...
  • Brooklyn Nets, Dwight Howard to negotiate buyout

    Brooklyn Nets, Dwight Howard to negotiate buyout

    The Brooklyn Nets were universally praised for their ability to open up cap space in the 2019-2020 summer by trading Timofey Mozgov and several second-round draft picks to the Charlotte Hornets for Dwight Howard. As it currently stands, the cap space is the lone takeaway in the deal. According to...
  • Panic! at the Disco announce additional 'Pray for the Wicked' tour dates with support from Two Feet

    Panic! at the Disco announce additional 'Pray for the Wicked' tour dates with support from Two Feet

    Panic! At the Disco are currently in the final weeks of preparation for their upcoming Pray for the Wicked summer tour, which will take the rock band across North America starting on July 11 and running until mid-August before coming to an end with a hometown show at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on Aug...
  • Brooklyn Nets positioned for future after Dwight Howard trade

    Brooklyn Nets positioned for future after Dwight Howard trade

    The Brooklyn Nets made the first big splash of the 2018 offseason, acquiring Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard. In exchange, the Nets sent the Hornets center Timofey Mozgov and two second-round picks.  For the Hornets, they get financial relief, as Howard is slated to make $23.7 million next...
  • Brooklyn Nets have wealth of draft options

    Brooklyn Nets have wealth of draft options

    Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks has proven to be a crafty decision-maker, especially in the absence of assets. When the Nets host the NBA Draft on Thursday night at Barclays Center, he will finally have some options. Even though the Nets do not control their own pick–which goes to the...
  • Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live 2018 tour set to dominate US

    Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live 2018 tour set to dominate US

    Nick Cannon’s “Wild ‘N Out” was a staple in MTV’s televised programming schedule starting in 2005 and running off and on until its 11th and final season in 2017. During its time on MTV and MTV2, the popular improv comedy/competition show featured Nick Cannon hosting two teams of comedians in their...
  • Brooklyn Nets complete transfer of minority ownership stake

    Brooklyn Nets complete transfer of minority ownership stake

    The Brooklyn Nets have had a changing of the guard in their ownership ranks. While Mikhail Prokhorov will retain majority interest in the franchise, he sold a 49-percent minority stake to Joe Tsai. Tsai will have the ability to become the controlling owner in three years, as he can acquire further...
  • Martin Lawrence hosting an all-star night of comedy on the LIT AF Tour

    Martin Lawrence hosting an all-star night of comedy on the LIT AF Tour

    The hottest comedy tour of the spring and summer is scheduled to kick off in a little over a month. Starting March 31 in Atlantic City, Martin Lawrence will be leading a star-studded comedy tour across North America for a total of 16 shows scheduled to liven up arenas until mid-June. Titled the LIT...
  • Brooklyn Nets’ D’Angelo Russell searching for rhythm in return from injury

    Brooklyn Nets’ D’Angelo Russell searching for rhythm in return from injury

    After nine weeks of rehabilitation following a knee injury, Brooklyn Nets guard D’Angelo Russell is understandably rusty. While he will eventually regain his legs and form, the challenge for him and the Nets is to integrate him back into the rotation. Head coach Kenny Atkinson has played Russell...
  • Top 10 best Brooklyn-New Jersey Nets players ever

    Top 10 best Brooklyn-New Jersey Nets players ever

    The Brooklyn Nets have endured several down seasons, but they appear to be on the path back to respectability. With a forward-thinking general manager and a blue-collar head coach, better days are ahead for the Nets. As we look toward the future with this franchise, we stop to take a lot at the 1...
  • Opportunity is Brooklyn Nets’ calling card

    Opportunity is Brooklyn Nets’ calling card

    The Brooklyn Nets do not have many household names on their roster, but head coach Kenny Atkinson has found a way to get the most out of his players. For starters, he’s given them all an opportunity; something that wasn’t available elsewhere. The likes of Spencer Dinwiddie, Joe Harris, and Quincy...
  • Kenny Atkinson getting most out of Brooklyn Nets

    Kenny Atkinson getting most out of Brooklyn Nets

    When analyzing the best coaching performances in the NBA, it is important to take stock of initial expectations. Brad Stevens–with the loss of Gordon Hayward–and Nate McMillan–following the trade of superstar Paul George–both fall into that category. Another less heralded job has been the work of...
  • Brooklyn Nets’ Caris LeVert matures into versatile guard

    Brooklyn Nets’ Caris LeVert matures into versatile guard

    Even though Brooklyn Nets’ second-year guard Caris LeVert got off to a slow start to the 2017-18 season, he’s finally starting to hit his stride. LeVert is currently in the midst of the best stretch of his career after tallying 21 points and 10 assists in a win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. The...
  • Reports: Brooklyn Nets swing trade for Jahlil Okafor

    Reports: Brooklyn Nets swing trade for Jahlil Okafor

    As is Sean Marks’ mantra, he’s willing to buy low for the sake of development. The general manager of the Brooklyn Nets has swung a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers for center Jahlil Okafor, according to ESPN. In the deal, the Nets will also receive guard Nik Stauskas and a second-round draft pick...
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