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Teletovic, hopes for the best, tweets frustration

In an interview Thursday, Mirza Teletovic avoided answering a question about a return to Europe, saying he still wants --and indeed deserves-- an opportunity to show what he can do in the NBA. He also said as a boy he dreamed of meeting Kevin Garnett


Game Thread: Nets vs. Magic, 6:00 PM

Nets head coach Jason Kidd makes his NBA coaching debut against the Orlando Magic.

The Big Goof: Plumlee asks fans for autographs

After being asked for autographs all his life, Mason Plumlee planted himself at Bryant Park at 42nd and Sixth and asked average New Yorkers for their autographs. Sports Illustrated was nearby with a hidden camera. The results are hysterical.

E-mailing with the Enemy: The Orlando Magic

Tyler Lashbrook of Orlando Pinstriped Post took a minute to answer a few questions about tonight's Nets-Magic game.

Dolan talks the talk, Prokhorov walks the walk

Johnette Howard writes of Mikhail Prokhorov and James Dolan's approach to winning it all. Both have, in public (Prokhorov) and private (Dolan), said they expect to be holding the O'Brien trophy in late June. But Howard thinks only one walks the walk.

Magic Johnson: Nets "could possibly" win NBA title

Magic Johnson has a mixed record as a savant. Last year, he first predicted the Lakers would get out to a fast start and take the West (wrong), then said Mike Brown would be fired (correct). So what to make of his latest: an NBA title in Brooklyn?

Kidd gets his chance ... against former teammate

Jacque Vaughn was Jason Kidd's back-up for two years, from 2004 to 2006. The two then went on to win NBA rings, Vaughn with the Spurs, Kidd with the Mavs. Now, they face each other in Kidd's coaching debut in Orlando.


New player intros feature motivation, preparation

J. Period, the Brooklyn-based Mixtape DJ, remixer and hip-hop producer, produced the Nets new introduction video that debuted Friday night at the Heat game. This year, it's about motivation and preparation.

Blatche fined $15,000 for "obscene gesture"

Andray Blatche will make nearly $10 million this season from amnesty payments and salary. But he'll have to pay $15,000 of thatl to the NBA, which fined him Saturday for an "obscene gesture" made during the fourth quarter of the Nets win over Miami.

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