2010 Free Agency

Dooling Becomes First Nets Free Agent to Sign ...with Milwaukee

Keyon Dooling signs, but not with the Heat. He's headed to Milwaukee where he will back up Brandon Jennings and join Chris Douglas-Roberts. Dooling had been rumored to be headed to Miami.

Are the Nets One Star Away from Being Good?

Is the Nets' new slogan "One Star Away"? That's what Rod Thorn seemed to have told Mikhail Prokhorov on departing last week, urging him to hold on to the team's cap space but be ready should a star come along.

Craig Smith Tweets "I Would Love to Play for the Nets"...Signs With Clips

Craig Smith, responding to a lobbying campaign by NetsDaily posters, says he would love to play for the Nets "so we will see what will happen". No indication if the Nets have approached him or are even interested.

Outlaw Move a Family Thing

Travis Outlaw is from a small town in Mississippi and played all but a few months of his NBA career in Portland, a small city. Now, he's headed for the big city and the extended family is going to be there with him.

Bobby Marks: Big Winner in Nets' Big Shuffle

Bobby Marks, now vice president of basketball operations and Billy King's No. 2 in the front office, is one the NBA's top "capologists", a job that requires the skills of an accountant, computer geek and lawyer. He's done so well at it that numerous writers see the 37-year-old as a future GM.

Dave D: Nets Losers in Free Agency, But There's Always Trades

It's hard to call the Nets anything but losers in free agency, but in his Winners and Losers column Sunday, Dave D'Alessandro of the Star-Ledger points out the window may not be closed for the team.

NetsDaily Off-Season Report #14

In this week's Off-Season Report, we take a look at wo Avery Johnson interviews we belatedly trolled through Saturday. We answer the question, Who is Prokhorov's go-to guy on the Nets. We take a look at how the start of the Nets rebuilding compares to that of the 76ers after their disastrous season in 1973...and how it compares to the Knicks now.

Did the Nets Ever Have a Chance with LeBron?

In somewhat differing but complementary views of backroom manuevering before "The Decision" Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! and Brian Windhorst of the Plain Dealer before him suggest that the Nets never really had a chance with LeBron James.

Petro: "I Will Back Up 4 and 5"

Johan Petro says he is prepared to back up at both the power forward and center positions this season and see the Nets as a "super exciting team" of the future. Petro, 24, signed a three-year $10 million deal with the Nets Wednesday.

Meet the New Nets

The Nets formally announced the signings of Jordan Farmar, Travis Outlaw and Johan Petro on Wednesday, and then had all four of their new players (including Anthony Morrow) meet the media. They're young, they're apparently happy to be here, and they're looking for an opportunity to play.

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