D’Angelo Russell is ready to win over the Nets’ fan base, just like he won over the crowd at the Dyckman pro-am league. On Aug. 9, Russell announced his arrival to New York City by hitting a buzzer beater for Highbridge the Label in their playoff game against Strictly Business at Dyckman. He played with...
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