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Nash on Nets' Move to Brooklyn: "A Beautiful Thing for Our Game"

In an interview with AM New York a couple of days ago, Steve Nash was asked about the Nets' move to Brooklyn. Here's what the two-time MVP and off-season resident of Manhattan had to say: "It's a beautiful thing for our game".

Honeycutt Doesn't Shoot Well, But Still Stands Out On Thursday

UCLA's Tyler Honeycutt, a projected first rounder, was clearly the best player at the Nets' facility on Thursday, even though he didn't shoot very well. Billy King said Honeycutt is "in the mix," but the Nets just don't know if Honeycutt will be there when they pick at No. 27 in a week.

A Look at Barclays as "Pedestrian-Friendly"

Noah Kazis of Streetsblog is all about making urban environments pedestian-friendly and on Wednesday wrote a lengthy and balanced post on whether Barclays Center can meet that standard. While noting that "the Atlantic/Pacific [subway station] makes the area better-served by transit than almost anywhere else in the United States", a 1,100-car parking lot could wind up "killing street life and inducing driving". He compares Barclays to both MSG and the Verizon Center in Washington.

Wright Reveals He Didn't Care Much While a Member of the Nets

Antoine Wright shouldn't have sat for an interview with Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated. He's trying for an NBA comeback, but by the end of the Amick article, he leaves little to recommend himself. Beyond bizarre complaints that Mario Elie got him dumped by the Kings, he speaks about how he didn't try very hard with the Nets.

Who's Got Next? Could be Nets

Buried at the bottom of ESPN's feature on what's next for the Mavericks is a discussion of what team will be the next to win its first NBA crown...following Dallas' achievement. Of the five reporters and bloggers, two chose the Nets.

Honeycutt, Locals In Thursday

UCLA small forward Tyler Honeycutt will be the biggest name in the building Thursday when the Nets continue workouts. . He'll be joined by several locals, small forward Jonathan Mitchell of Rutgers by way of Mount Vernon and shooting guard Jeremy Hazell of Seton Hall by way of Harlem and small forward Rashad Bishop of Cincinnati via Paterson and two power forwards, Notre Dame's Carleton Scott and Dayton's Chris Wright.

As Draft Picture Clears for King, Tyler's Potential Attracts Attention

Billy King thinks that with only a week and a day left, "the picture is getting clearer''on who the Nets will target at #27 and #36, unless they decide to do a deal, and he admits, they might. "I think you may see a lot more trades happening draft day because a player may not be there and people want to get rid of their picks."

Yormark, Pavlova in Moscow; Want Big Russian Presence at Barclays

Remember, all that Chinese language signage at courtside when Yi Jianlian was a Net? It was a way for Chinese advertisers to advertise their products on the 50+ games broadcast back home. Look for Russian signage this season and in Brooklyn as the Nets try to take advantage of a similar number of games broadcast in Russia this season.

If No Lockout, Nets To Play 76ers in Trenton

The Nets will play the 76ers in a preseason game at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton on October 13, as long as the lockout is over by then. Tickets as low as $20 go on sale this Friday, June 17 at 10 a.m. on, by phone at 1-800-298-4200 or in person at the Sun National Bank Center Box Office.

Bigs In Wednesday for Workouts

The Nets will have four of the top big men in Wednesday for workouts, including Jeremy Tyler, JuJuan Johnson of Purdue, Jordan Williams of Maryland and Keith Benson of Oakland. All have been projected at around #27 or later and all but Benson are likely to be power forwards in the NBA.

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