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Crummy: It is all down to D-Will tonight

Flagrant Fowl: The Nets needs to win at Barclays tonight, which means the Nets needs Deron Williams on his game, says our avian NBA commentator. Published May 1, 2015

Crummy will summer in Coney and forget the Nets

Flagrant Fowl: Crummy will be sitting talons up, crushing Thunderbirds and enjoying all the throwaways the Coney Island Boardwalk has to offer. The players on the Nets, on the other hand, will not be enjoying any part of their summer. Published May 7, 2015

Crummy asks: Do the Nets want to win?

Flagrant Fowl: Well, if they do, they better start getting the ball to the Big Lug. Published Apr 22, 2015

Nets make playoffs, but Crummy isn’t hopeful

Flagrant Fowl: Look, when you put pigeon in charge of your sports department, things will ultimately devlove to garbage. Published Apr 16, 2015

Crummy enjoying Nets playoff push as much as floor-found popcorn

Flagrant Fowl: It’s getting closer to playoff time, and Crummy is doin’ the pigeon! Published Apr 9, 2015

Crummy’s hopes high, thanks to Brook Lopez

Flagrant Fowl: This week, our avian Nets columnist shoots from the beak. Published Apr 2, 2015

Goodbye to all this: A Brooklyn Paper editor says sayonara

Nathan’s Famous: Our deputy editor looks back on years of Brooklyn Paper fandom culminating in the best job he has ever had. Published Mar 19, 2015

Crummy realizes that he wasn’t high all this time — the Nets are just slow

Flagrant Fowl: Our curmudgeonly Nets columnist recounts his years of medicating with marijuana — and gives District Attorney Ken Thompson a special shout-out — as a way of assessing the late-season Nets. Published Mar 19, 2015

Crummy’s big reveal: Worked as covert carrier pigeon for prominent pol

Flagrant Fowl: Our curmudgeonly columnist tells all — namely, that he works as a carrier pigeon for South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham. Published Mar 12, 2015

Crummy lays off the sauce — a little bit

Flagrant Fowl: The Nets’ play post-trade gives our columnist something to hold onto. Published Mar 5, 2015

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