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Coach Kidd talks roster, toughness, "dark horse"

Jason Kidd appeared at a season ticket holder event Monday and spoke about the changes in the Nets line-up and what it means for toughness and chemistry. The event took place at Barclays Center. Tim Capstraw, the Nets radio analyst, moderated.

Blatche's busy month of helping out

Andray Blatche has had a busy July. When he hasn't been working out at the PNY Center, he's been doing a lot of community work ... without much publicity. In Pensacola with Reggie Evans, in Jamaica with the RuJohn Foundation and in his hometown.


Learning Language with Paul Pierce

In the latest DISH commercial, Paul Pierce gives us a lesson on how to "talk Boston," while also giving Brooklyn a shout out at the end.

Did Prokhorov mount first strike in NBA arms race?

A Toronto columnist asks if Mikhail Prokhorov's spending is an "amusing curiosity" or "existential threat" to the NBA's Collective Bargaining Agreement and the ideal of league-wide parity. If Nets succeed, he thinks it's the latter.

Getting out to quick start: How crucial?

How important will it be for the Nets, with their $187 million roster, to start quickly, to get that chemistry right? Marcus Henry of the Amsterdam News thinks it's crucial. He cites teams in the, NBA, NFL and MLB that haven't met expectations.

Final bling count for the new Nets

From Kevin Garnett's 15 All-Star appearances to Alan Anderson's two European national championship, the new Nets are an accomplished bunch. We decided to list it all, a final bling count if you will. We start with the 36 All-Star appearances...

Yormark hopes to turn "casual" fans "hardcore"

After talking up the value of the Brooklyn "lifestyle brand" and noting he's "happy but not satisfied," Brett Yormark says the next step for the Brooklyn Nets is "turning up the heat" among fans, "give them a reason to go from casual to hardcore."

Kittles: Nets "smarter" than his teams

The Brooklyn Nets of 2013-14 won't be the New Jersey Nets of 2001-02, says Kerry Kittles who played for the New Jersey team and is rooting for the Brooklyn version coached by his old teammate Jason Kidd. They'll be "smarter," he says.

Bogdanovic: "One day you will see me in Brooklyn"

In an interview at the opening of the Team Croatia training camp this week, Bojan Bogdanovic said that although he will play with Fenerbahce in the Euroleague this season, he still intends to play for the Nets ... although he didn't say when.

Rivers on Nets: "They could knock off Miami"

Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe talked to Doc Rivers about what Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce have left ... and what it's going to be like when he has to coach against them when the Nets play his Clippers. Bottom line: "They could knock off Miami."

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