Michael Garcia - October 2, 2012
NBA teams have been going through media days around the country over the last few days, and most start training camp tomorrow. There's a ton of story lines going into this season, and we're excited for things to get underway, and you can bet we're going to have the NBA covered here.
Of course one of the big moves of the offseason involved more than Ray Allen or Dwight Howard or any single player. The entire New Jersey Nets franchise moved over to Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Nets will be playing their home games in the brand spanking new Barclays Center. The Center is part of a nearly $5 Billion project, that includes business and residential spaces as well.
That video, according to the youtube description, was shot starting with the excavation in 2008 and ends here in 2012 with the final touches. The Nets got a nice place to play, and they should have a pretty good year. We'll see.
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