2013 Free Agency

For Nets, Knicks, a rivalry that's already begun

As Andy Vasquez of the Record writes the two New York teams Thursday, "Debating which team is better in August, is a bit of a fruitless exercise, but one NBA fans engage in because, we’ve got a little too much time on our hands." Still, we try.

Can Nets benefit from the "JET Phenomenon?"

The context is quite different, but some of the facts are interesting nonetheless. Mavs Moneyball examines the JET Phenomenon, that is the effect Jason Eugene Terry had on the Mavs during their glory years. Could he do it again for the Nets?

Lopez: "We're checking our egos at the door"

Brook Lopez spoke at last week G-Shocked event to a number of reporters, including Angel Diaz, whose interview was published Monday. if you want more optimism, you came to the right place.

Snaer rejects Nets camp invite, signs in Italy

Michael Snaer, the 6'5" Florida State shooting guard, has rejected a Nets offer to join their training camp roster and instead has signed with an Italian League team, Enel Brindisi. The signing was officially announced Monday.

Agents played big role in Nets off-season

Some of the NBA's biggest agents, most prominently Jeff Schwartz and Andy Miller, were big players in the Nets off-season, from the hiring of Jason Kidd to getting Kevin Garnett to waive his no-trade clause. We look at who reps who on the Nets.

Pierce, Terry talk to Boston Globe about future

Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe spoke to Paul Pierce and Jason Terry in recent days, Terry about the short-term, Pierce the long-term. Both were optimistic, with Pierce admitting he will reassess his career after he becomes a free agent in July.

Can Nets, Clippers "run" their towns?

Jeff Caplan of NBA.com examines the rising fortunes of the Nets and Clippers and suggests that while both clubs can make a dent in the popularity of their big rivals, the Knicks and Lakers still rule New York and Los Angeles. For now.

LeBron impressed with Nets moves

LeBron James in an interview with ESPN's Brian Windhorst says he's impressed with the moves the Nets made this off-season bringing in Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry and new coach Jason Kidd.

Alan Anderson ... the bonus Net

As the Nets moved from Plan B (finding a wing after Bojan Bogdanovic couldn't get out of his buyout) to Plan A+ (signing Andrei Kirilenko), they took a long look at Alan Anderson. Even after AK-47 signed, they liked what they saw in A-Squared.

"Time for the Nets to start running this city"

It's Paul Pierce Day on NetsDaily. He's been everywhere since last night, getting photographed and interviewed. He's no longer pining for Boston. He's staking his claim to the city. "It's time," he said, "for the Nets to start running this city."

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