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D-Will Done Deal? Not Yet

Deron Williams has tweeted that it's "official", even posting his signature on a contract with Besiktas of Istanbul. Not so fast, reports Sean Deveney of Sporting News. Until FIBA, basketball's governing body, declares the contract legal, Deveney asks, is it binding and is he bound for Turkey.

Our Favorite MarShon

The Marshon vs. MarShon thingie (it's not really a controversy and it's certainly a "-gate") continues and now there is a definitive authority on which is the proper spelling of the Net pick's first name: his mother.

Will Kobe Join D-Will In Istanbul?

The off-again, on-again talks between Besiktas, Deron Williams' Turkish team, and Kobe Bryant are apparently on again. Besiktas coach Ergin Ataman says "It is a fact that Kobe Bryant’s managers have contacted us" after the club signed Williams last week. Previous reports had Bryant asking for five times what D-Will agreed to.

With No Real Deals To Be Made, Marks Trains Next Generation of Writers

All transactions are stalled by the lockout, leaving the Nets front office and those who cover it with a lot of time on their hands. Al Iannazzone writes Thursday about a sports writers camp held in Newark. On hand was Bobby Marks, the Nets assistant GM, who helped the kids, who are in grades 6-9, by taking questions and offering suggestions on how to cover a professional sports team. Also helping out was a sports writer who sounded suspiciously like Iannazzone himself.

So, Is It Marshon or MarShon?

Kevin McNamara covered MarShon (or is it Marshon?) Brooks when he played at Providence. So he knows Brooks and in his College Hoops Blog Wednesday took note of his 48-point effort in the Nike Pro-City Tournament. But he also took the occasion to make a comment on what's his name. Is it MarShon or Marshon?

From Musty Digital Files, The Nets Reconstruct Their History

When you can't talk about the present and your future is freighted the possibility of a lost season and the certainty of a Brooklyn move, what do you talk about, if you're the Nets? Well, your past, or should we say, history. The Nets have compiled what they are calling "Nets History 101" on the official website in hopes of reinvigorating traffic.

After Signing, Not Exactly a Good Week for Williams and Besiktas

The Turkish club he signed to play with has two top officials in jail. Its accounts have been frozen. Although his salary will reportedly be paid by an oil company owned by the club president, plans to recruit other NBA stars are on hold. Not to mention that other Americans who played for his club didn't get paid at all in the past.

Brooks Drops 48 in New York Pro-Am, Wows Fans with Shot, Dunks, Swag

When the game was over and Big Apple Basketball, led by Jamario Moon, had beaten Dyckman/NYAC by two in overtime, the crowd surrounded the star of the game on the floor of the Baruch College ARC, seeking autographs. They weren't thrusting their jerseys or paper at Moon or John Lucas III, both NBA players last season.

Barclays Interior Designs Released

Barclays Center, now officially called "Barclays Center of Brooklyn" released the latest designs for the arena's interior, including updated images of the Main Concourse and VIP Entrance as well as a first look at the arena's beer garden, to be known as "Beers of the World."

2011-12 Nets Schedule Features Another Trip to London

Despite the on-going lockout, the NBA released the 2011-12 schedule on Tuesday, and it features another overseas trip for the Nets. The team will once again travel to London in early March, this time to take on the Orlando Magic for two games.

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