Smith: Avery Strikes Right Tone

Veteran NBA writer Sekou Smith may or may not follow this site but he seems to have taken a side on whether Avery Johnson was right to say the Nets are not (yet) championship caliber. In a column Wednesday he commends Johnson.

Late Night Mentions For The Nets

The Nets got some mention on two late night shows Tuesday, one better than the other.

Prokhorov Pushes Brooklyn Culture

The Mikhail Prokhorov Fund is enhancing its relationship with the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the borough's major performing arts center. Prokhorov and the Nets have promised to enhance community involvement from basketball clinics to dance.

The Nets Of Brooklyn...If Not In It

It is one of the enduring legends of the Brooklyn Dodgers that Duke, Pee Wee, Jackie and Carl all lived in brownstone Brooklyn, mingling with neighbors, playing an occasional game of stickball with the kids. That was then, this is now.

"Made in America" Becomes Fashion Statement For Brooklyn Nets Gear

The "Made in America" festival in Philadelphia this weekend became a fashion statement for the Nets when the two biggest names on hand, Jay-Z and Beyonce', showed up in a leather Brooklyn Nets cap (him) and a Brooklyn Nets jersey (her).

Schuhmann: Nets "Most Improved", But Have "A Lot Of Variables"

John Schuhmann, in examining the Nets off-season, writes, "the Nets should be the most improved team in the league," citing the return of Deron Williams, the addition of Joe Johnson, and the seemingly good health of Brook Lopez.

Isles Game at Barclays Half-Sold Out

Without any real promotion, and despite the strong possibility the game will be canceled because of labor trouble, Barclays Center has sold 7,000 tickets or half the arena capacity for the Islanders-Devils exhibition game on Oct. 2.

JJ Visits as Arena Gets Closer

Joe Johnson is the latest Net to visit Barclays Center as it nears completion. Inspectors from the city Buildings Department will make a final walk-through Tuesday and then, if all goes well, the arena will get a temporary certificate of occupancy.

Nets Looking At Brooklyn Site For Multi-Million Dollar Training Facility

Crain's New York Business reports that the Nets visited a site in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn Thursday, one with spectacular views of Lower Manhattan, as they push their plan to build a new training facility to replace the PNY Center.


As we noted earlier, Deron Williams surprised some Brooklyn streetballers Wednesday when he took some time out from from a Red Bull photo shoot and walked onto the Tillary Park courts in downtown Brooklyn for some one-on-one. Yes, there were cameras.

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