Nets History

Bernard King, twice a Net, Elected to Hall

The Post's Marc Berman reports that Bernard King, the Brooklyn native who played with the Nets at the beginning and end of his career, has been elected to the Naismith Hall of Fame. The announcement will be made on Monday at the Final Four.

Revisiting the 24 hours that shook four franchises

In that the Nets had a bad night in Denver and hope for a good night in Utah, it's probably a good time to re-visit the last time something good in Utah followed something bad in Denver. That would be the 2011 trade deadline.

Nets Chair Talks About Value of Brooklyn Move

Chris Charlier, the Nets CEO, told the New York-based France-Amérique, that the move to Brooklyn has "increased by ten times the marketing potential of the team" adding "If we sell the franchise today, we would have a huge increase in re-sale value."

Ray Williams, 1954-2013

Ray Williams, who played his best basketball for the Nets and Knicks, died Friday of colon cancer at a New York hospital. He was 58. His death ended a struggle that included him being discovered living in a car and then being diagnosed with cancer.

Kidd at 40: Looking Back at the Net Years

Fred Kerber has covered Jason Kidd as both a Net and a Knick. On Sunday, Kerber profiles Kidd on the occasion of his 40th birthday, which is next Saturday. In it, Kerber writes a lot about Kidd's time in New Jersey, quoting Rod Thorn and

The Newest Hall of Famer ... His Nets Connection

When word came Friday that Brazilian legend Oscar Schmidt had been elected to the Hall of Fame, we decided to take a look at his role in Nets history, as the one who got away. Schmidt was the first international player ever drafted ... by the Nets

Nets to Honor Black Fives at Barclays

The Nets have embraced the legacy of the Brooklyn Dodgers and their special place in the integration of American life. Now, they are doing the same with the heritage of black basketball, honoring the Black Fives, the African-American pro hoops teams

Nets Planning Memorial Game for Petrovic?

European websties report the Nets may travel to Zagreb, Croatia, in October to honor the memory of Hall of Famer Drazen Petrovic, who died in an auto accident on a German autobahn 20 years ago this June. Nets officials deny any such plans.

D-Will: I am not worthy (of All-Star berth)

Deron Williams has been an All-Star three times and the Nets have had an All-Star point guard every year but two over since 2001, missing out in 2010 and 2011. But D-Will doesn't think he deserves a roster spot this season. He might get one anyway.

Nets Were Interested in K-Mart But No Deal

Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld reports that at one point over the summer the Nets "expressed interest" in Kenyon Martin but now, despite rumors that the Knicks and Lakers are considering him, the 36-year-old has no contracts waiting for him to sign.

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