The team has been disappointing, players file in and out of operating rooms, the off-court issues have made great tabloid grist, and Brooklyn looms larger and larger with a naming rights deal done. Yet, they keep coming to the Meadowlands. Nets attendance is up slightly, overall season ticket sales are up 27 percent, and everyone seems to have accepted it all. But that may change. The Post reports the team might ask for a $4,500 "seat license" just for the right to buy season tickets in Brooklyn.