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Bogdanovic wanted Nets but happy in Turkey

Bojan Bogdanovic sat down with another European website to explain why he couldn't join the Nets this season, but added that he's not disappointed by the turn of event because Fenerbahce has "stepped up" and assembled a great team.

Chad Ford: Nets did well, but the abyss awaits...

The Nets get a solid B+ from Chad Ford for their off-season. He says of them "This team can compete with anyone in the East or West." but Ford spends a lot of his analysis on the ways that it might not work and what a disaster that could be.

Eagle: Kidd hiring "paved the way" for Boston deal

Ian Eagle spoke Monday with KXL in Portland about the Nets and told Chad Doing that the Nets hiring of Jason Kidd made the trade for Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce possible. Specifically, Eagle said he couldn't see Garnett opting out without Kidd.

Nets: Toko Shengelia ready by training camp

Toko Shengelia underwent successful surgery on his left knee Wednesday, the Nets announced. He will miss FIBA Eurobasket where he hoped to play for his native Georgia but is expected to be ready for training camp, now eight weeks away.

Why did AK-47 sign? Maybe it was Irina's charm!

Bill Simmons tries his hand at figuring out why Andrei Kirilenko left $7 million on the table to sign ith the Nets. He rounds up the usual suspects, then concludes that perhaps it was Irina Pavlova's charm that did it. She won't disagree.

Big Ticket as Big Mentor

It's an oft-told tale, but Alan Anderson told it again Wednesday: about how he first met his new Brooklyn Nets teammate, Kevin Garnett, while a middle-schooler at a KG basketball camp in Minnesota.

Livingston happy to have high expectations

Shaun Livingston, back home in Peoria, told his hometown paper he's happy to have the high expectations associated with the Nets big off-season. It's better than suffering through losing season after losing season as he's done for seven years.

SI writers see big positives in Nets off-season

Sports Illustrated set up a writer's roundtable this week on the Nets off-season, asking five of their best to grade Billy King's efforts on a scale of 1 to 10. Lowest grade was 6, with three giving the Nets a strong 8.

Paul Pierce hasn't lost his shooter's edge

Ben Couch uses the NBA's shot charts to assess just how well Paul Pierce shot last year and for him, there's little doubt, there's a lot of "The Truth" in packaging.

Nets to open at Barclays vs Heat?

The NBA schedule won't be released for another week, but various sources --Jason Kidd, Frank Isola of the Daily News, other bloggers, etc. -- have leaked a number of the games, including the home opener vs. the Heat.

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