They were outside the visitors locker room, four of them --some new, some old, all about Brooklyn-- including a full-sized blow-up of the Wall Street Journal article on how Jay-Z is bringing his style to Barclays Center and the Nets.
Was it aimed at Dwight Howard? Ya think?
It's all part of the Nets effort to make certain the big guy knows that he is loved --the cheap tickets, the push to fill the arena and energize it, and now the signs. Stan Van Gundy noticed but said nothing more. He seemed angry, tweeted Mike Mazzeo.
But not everyone thinks they are a good idea. Mazzeo reports that Avery Johnson is said to asked who approved them.