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For flipping sakes, be careful there, D-Will!

Under the headline, "Some of y'all be clubbin we be flippin," the Williams family showed off, with Dad scaring every Nets fan half to death with a series of back-flips and then one reverse back flip. Please save those for June, sir! We can wait.

The case of the wayward website

Twitter was all a-twitter overnight with tee-hees that someone had "hacked" the Nets website. DIME and Bleacher Report as well as a Boston cable channel reported that redirected traffic to Celtics site. What's going on here ... again?

Can Nets, Clippers "run" their towns?

Jeff Caplan of 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.

Bogdanovic scores 13 as France crushes Croatia

France, a favorite in FIBA Eurobasket, crushed Croatia by 32 in a friendly Saturday in Strasbourg, France. Bojan Bogdanovic was one of two Croatians who finished in double figures, scoring 13 points on 3-of-10 shooting, including 2-of-5 from deep.

NetsDaily Off-Season Report #14

We love Paul Pierce. We spend a lot of our report this week on his comments about the Nets needing to run the city. We look at the possibilities, the history, etc. as well as the first camp invite's potential, Russian TV and being "hacked."

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.

Barclays, MSG likely to share 2015 All-Star Game

Tim Bontemps reports that the 2015 All-Star Game "almost certainly will be played in New York," with Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden sharing events ... but the big question is which arena will host the Game.

Bogdanovic hits big three, scores 25 in loss

Bojan Bogdanovic has a reputation for hitting clutch shots, particularly in FIBA games. He did it again Friday when with seven seconds left, he hit a three pointer to tie a friendly match with Greece. But the Greeks hit a buzzer beater to win.

"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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