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Rod Thorn, back in NBA front office ... with Kiki

Rod Thorn is back in New York, where he was with the Nets hired him, as president of basketball operations for the NBA, replacing Stu Jackson at age 72. His deputy? Kiki Vandeweghe. Dave D examines his legacy with the Nets and elsewhere.

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.

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?


Alyonka tries her hand at D-Will "light" workout

Alyonka Larionov is not without athleticism. After all, her father, Igor, is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. She's also young. So she figured she'd see (and feel) what it's like to go through Deron Williams light workout.

Bootless Brook on track for training camp

Brook Lopez tells Tim Bontemps that while he still has some restrictions, he's on track for training camp which begins October 1. "I feel great," Lopez said. "I have been getting in some weight lifting, getting shots up and everything is going well."

Joe Johnson, hero to afterthought.

Joe Johnson has quickly been forgotten in the minds of Nets' fans and the media after a spending spree of an offseason by Brooklyn, but he deserves more credit.

Mirza scores 15 in Bosnia's "friendly" vs. Georgia

Mirza Teletovic scored 15 points in Bosnia's first "friendly," a 68-63 win over Georgia who was playing without its top two players, Toko Shengelia and Zaza Pachulia.

Paul Pierce on The Prokhorov Effect

To suggest that Mikhail Prokhorov has turned the Nets around since he walked in the door in May 2010 is not just an understatement but a fact that no Nets fan can ignore. But it's good to hear a player ... or two ... say it.


The Truth and KG in a Photo Finish?

In a Saratoga horse race on Monday, a horse named The Truth and KG won in a photo finish. Where Brooklyn at?!

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