Prokhorov's global vision gets London boost

The game was all about black-and-white. The Nets won easily and in the stands at the O2 Arena, it was all black-and-white, too. It was all encouraging for an ownership and management pushing a global vision.

Is Spike Lee a candidate for the "Prokhorov Plan"?

Spike Lee lives four blocks from Barclays Center and the other night, he showed up wearing black-and-white and Knicks all over. But that's progress in the ultimate goal of the Prokhorov Plan, turning Knicks fans into Nets fans.

GQ to encourage sports debates with barbershop

Let the hoop arguments begin! Early Friday, Deron Williams and boxer Luis Collazo will sit in oversized and overstuffed chair at Barclays Center's newest retail store the GQ (once Gentleman's Quarterly, now just GQ) BarberShop.

Academic says fault isn't Kidd's; It's Prokhorov's

In an article for the very prestiguous Atlantic, Berri writes in-depth on the demise of the Nets, saying the problem lies not with Jason Kidd but with the team constructed for him: "a typical team from New Jersey," filled with aging and pseudo stars.

Could Sixers move to Newark?

Josh Harris is a Jersey guy. Used to have season tickets to the New Jersey Nets. Now he owns the Devils, Prudential Center ... And the Philadelphia 76ers. Mitch Lawrence hears recurring rumors Harris would like to move the 76ers to Newark, but...

Barclays Center attracting hotels

The Brooklyn Eagle reports that two big hotel chains --Marriott and Intercontinental-- are planning new hotels within a few blocks of Barclays Center --and of each other. The two could eventually compete for the business of opposing teams and stars.

Barclays profit half what was projected

Documents filed by Forest City Enterprises, Bruce Ratner's parent company, show that the Barclays Center has missed its profit goals for this year --by half-- and arena management is looking for ways to cut costs to improve the profit picture.

Is worst of Nets schedule behind them?

When the Nets play the Nuggets Tuesday and the Knicks Thursday, it will be their first homestand. Unlike the 29 other NBA teams, the Nets have yet play two straight games at home. Now, three of their next four, 9 of their next 12 will be in Brooklyn.

To hell with the diet!

As the Brooklyn Eagle headlines: "to hell with the diet!" The newspaper reports that both Tony Roma's and Shake Shack should be open by the spring, when hopefully the Nets will still be playing across the street at Barclays Center. Roma's is first.

Nets to rock Dodger Blue .. or is it Jay-Z Blue?

Brian Erni of SNY Nets, with an assist from graphic designer Conrad Burry, believes he's found the design of Nets alternate home uniforms that will be worn five times late in the season -- short-sleeved jobs that feature a blue-and-grey motif.

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