2013 Free Agency

How much gas does this JET have left?

Jason Terry is a spark plug off the bench, but after a down year in Boston, many wonder if he can be a quality role play for the Nets. Reed Wallach believes he has plenty left to offer.

Nets get 'A' from CBS Sports

The reports on who did well this off-season continue to sputter in. Tuesday, it was Matt Moore of CBS Sports offering his take, and despite some sniping about the Nets love of marketing --and gratuitous slaps at mysterious Russians-- he likes them.

JET: "We got champions ... we got tons of talent"

Before joining his teammates in L.A. Jason Terry stopped by Floyd Mayweather's training camp in Las Vegas. Chris Robinson of Doghouse Boxing caught up with him and asked him about the Nets. As he said, "I'm very excited."

Game 7 collapse drove Celtic trade, says Eagle

It was the collapse against a depleted Bulls team that drove the Nets to make the big Celtic deal, says Ian Eagle. Getting "pushed around in their own building" drove "upper management" to address leadership and toughness issues.

Teletovic hopes for opportunity early next season

Mirza Teletovic, interviewed after Bosnia lost to Russia in a Eurobasket friendly, said he hopes to get an opportunity to prove himself at the beginning of next season and said the front office has assembled "a roster for two great NBA teams."

Kidd: No back-to-backs for KG

The Nets play 20 back-to-backs this season and Kevin Garnett probably won't play both ends of any of them. So says Jason Kidd who said he's spoken to KG about it. Garnett, 37, played 68 games last season, with Doc Rivers managing his minutes.

Prokhorov: "For me, there's only one place: first"

Mikhail Prokhorov talked to Sport-Express, Russia's leading sport sites this week, providing details of his strategy, including how money means less to him than "his principles," that is, "for me, there has always been only one place, first."

Deron Williams and the need to lead

If the Nets are to be serious contenders this season, even with all that All-Star talent, Deron Williams has to lead them. Chris Broussard writes that if Williams can lead them to a big season, he must be considered a dark-horse MVP candidate.

Pierce: I hate the Knicks "with a passion"

Angel Diaz interviewed Paul Pierce at last week's G-Shock event. It's published this week in Complex Magazine. Let's just say he leaves no doubt about how he feels about the Knicks. He hates them "with a passion."

KG may miss some games, but he can still shoot

Ben Couch, in his continuing series on the Nets off-season acquisitions, takes a look at Kevin Garnett's shot charts and finds that the 6'11" center-power forward can still shoot ... at a very high rate.

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