2010 Free Agency

Zoubek Has the Incentives, Now Needs the Adjustments

Brian Zoubek, a national champion but undrafted, has a lot of incentives to make the Nets, including becoming the 14th New Jersey native to make the team. He talks about the adjustments he'll have to make.

Whitewash! "Blueprint for Greatness" Goes Down

The Nets only leased the side of the building at 34th and 8th for a month and over the last couple of days, workmen have all but covered the iconic images of Mikhail Prokhorov and Jay-Z with whitewash.

Prokhorov: "No One Has a Right to Judge LeBron"

In a letter to the editor of USA Today, Mikhail Prokhorov defends LeBron James' decision to join Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh and create a super team in Miami. "I respect their choice, and no one has the right to judge them. I want to say that I support LeBron, the best athlete in the NBA. He had a truly difficult choice to make."

Is Jay-Z Upset with LeBron? Mikhail?

Picking up on internet rumors that Jay-Z's friendship with LeBron James is in tatters, the Daily News suggests that indeed the rap mogul is upset with "the King", but not because he didn't sign with the Nets.

Nets' Cap Space Hoard Second Biggest in NBA

How much leverage does Billy King have in making unbalanced trades? A lot. In breaking down who still has cap space, HoopsWorld reports the Nets still have the second biggest hoard as free agency winds down.

ESPN: Morrow a "Steal", Outlaw an "Overpay" in 2010 Free Agency

Maybe in the end, they will even out. ESPN has chosen one player at each position to be a "steal" and another to be an "overpay". Of the ten players, two are Nets: Anthony Morrow is the "steal" at shooting guard while Travis Outlaw is the "overpay" at small forward.

Devin Reflects on LeBron, Mikhail, Avery and Seasons Past and Future

Devin Harris was Nets captain last season and is likely to be again this season. So he has some perspective on a number of things Nets which he shared with the Madison Capitol Times Wednesday while taking a group of campers to the University of Wisconsin.

Nets Readied Big Contract for Scola, But Rocket Decided to Stay Home

The Houston Chronicle reports Thursday the Nets had prepared to offer Luis Scola $55 million over five years, including a big signing bonus, earlier this month, but the Rockets forward decided to accept the security of a smaller deal with Houston.

Battie Signs with Philly; Celtics Approach Hayes

With Keyon Dooling in Milwaukee and Tony Battie in Philadephia, five players from last year's Nets remain unsigned.

Among The LeBron Also-Rans, Nets Rank Fourth

Among LeBron's "bridesmaids", the Knicks rank first in terms of their improvement since "The Decision" while the Nets are fourth, just ahead of the Clippers. So writes Kelly Dwyer of Yahoo!

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