Barclays Center will feel a little empty next season when the Nets take the floor.
The organization announced Judy Reznick, affectionately known by Nets fans as “Lady Nets.” “Wimmy” died.
She is 87 years old.
“We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Judy Reznick, affectionately known to many as Mrs. Wimy.” Nets wrote on X, formerly Twitter Monday. “Our heartfelt condolences to her husband Bruce and the entire Reznick family. Her memory will live on forever in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.”
Judy Reznick and her husband Bruce, dubbed “Mr. Weimee” for trying to hex opposing players during their free throws, have been a staple of Nets home games.
Judy was as beloved as Bruce at Barclays Center and among Nets fans over the years.
In an interview with Spectrum News, Jodie joked about her fans at Nets games, “I found them catching me in the ladies’ room.”
Following the news of her death, messages of condolences flooded social media.
Nets owner Cai Chongxin wrote on X He was “heartbroken” after learning the news.
Nets point guard Spencer Dinwiddie reacted to the news on his Instagram Story.
“Even when I was an opposing player, you treated me like family.
Condolences to the Dinwiddie family,” he wrote.
“My God, this is such sad news” Nets fan Jonathan Segarra wrote on X. “Our Nets community will not be the same after the loss of Mrs. Weemy! Condolences to Mr. Weemey, their family, and the Nets family.”
Judy and Bruce Reznick have been at games since the team’s inception in New Jersey, and their presence has become part of the Nets’ culture since moving to Brooklyn in 2012.
They are well known to players and fans alike.
Before games, Nets players, as well as former members of the organization, greet Reznick courtside, which is the norm.
In one instance last season, now-former Nets superstar Kevin Durant walked up to a game at Barclays Center and kissed Judy on the cheek and hugged her.
According to NPR, Judy and Bruce met in their senior year of high school and have been together ever since.
She supported Bruce through law school and worked as an office manager for his law firm.
Of course, she was also his partner when he played with the Nets.