NJ gov: Good riddance to Brooklyn-bound Nets

NJ gov: Good riddance to Brooklyn-bound Nets

Newark : NJ : USA | Apr 23, 2012 at 4:12 PM PDT
Source: ESPN
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As the Nets prepared to say goodbye to New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie bid the Brooklyn-bound NBA team good riddance. The typically blunt Christie said he would shed no tears over the departure of the Nets, who played their final home game of the season Monday night against the Philadelphia 76ers as they... FULL ARTICLE AT ESPN
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The Prudential Center before New Jersey Nets play final New Jersey NBA basketball game in Newark
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