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"Championship Journey" begins in Cleveland

The Nets flew into Cleveland Tuesday, promising a title run for Brooklyn. Their first test will be an interesting one. One of the biggest issues --their age-- will be tested by the youth of the Cavaliers, but this is a game good teams win, easily.

NetsDaily Roundtable: Regular Season Edition

On the eve of the 2013-2014 season, the writers of NetsDaily answer 5 questions that will be answered in season's time.

Ainge: KG, Pierce have "more good basketball left"

Boston Magazine talked to Danny Ainge about his decision to trade Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett --and let Doc Rivers go-- and although there's a lot of shorthand about the trade, the piece quotes Ainge on what he thinks Pierce and Garnett have left.

AK-47 practices but unlikely for Cavs

Andrei Kirilenko was all-in Tuesday, going hard in a 5-on-5 practice, but afterwards, AK-47 said that while he's traveling to Cleveland, he's unlikely to play before the Nets home opener vs. the Heat Friday.

D-Will dishes on Brooklyn parades, J-Kidd, Felton

Not getting ahead of ourselves here, but Deron Williams told Michael Kay that if the Nets win it all this season, the victory parade will be in Brooklyn. He also talkes about meeting his boyhood idol for the first time and Raymond Felton.

LeBron James Kinda, Sorta Disses Nets Fans

LeBron James said that the Nets-Heat rivalry won't have the same intensity of Heat-Celtics rivalries of the past, due mainly to the idea that Brooklyn fans aren't as loud and obnoxious as Celtics fans are.

Beats look at Nets' "championship journey"

Over the next 24 hours, the Nets beat writers can be expected to lay out their predictions on the team's season, wins, losses, MVP, surprises, questions, etc. As they publish them, we'll post them.

Kevin Garnett's defense: born in Boston

Back in July, at the press conference introducing Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, KG admitted to Ian Eagle and Jim Spanarkel that his defensive reputation is a new phenomenon, new at least since he was traded to Boston in 2007. Tim Bontemps agrees.

Kirilenko may not play vs. Cavs ... or he might

Officially, Andrei Kirilenko --and Tornike Shengelia-- are the two odd men out for the Nets' opening night game vs. the Cavaliers, but that could be come unofficial in the case of AK-47 if things go well.

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