Posts regarding the Nets' move to Brooklyn.

Yormark Makes His Mark


The Nets are still practicing over in East Rutherford. Gerald Wallace arrived as Marshon Brooks departed for Russia and it turns out Tyshawn Taylor was there all week...just didn't get his picture...

Islanders Inch Closer to Brooklyn


When Charles Wang toured Barclays Center last week, it wasn't just a courtesy call. With the ice floor down, the Islanders owner was getting a look at what could await him if he decides to move his...

Yormark: "We Didn't Spare Anything"


In an extensive interview with Billboard Magazine, Brett Yormark hits all the themes he pushed the last few years, but he added one more. "We really didn't spare anything," says the Nets and...

NBA Officials Tour Barclays Center; Arena Schedule Tightens Again


As the Nets posted a photo gallery and a video tour of their new basketball court at Barclays Center Tuesday, NBA officials did a walk-through of the arena

And Now The Video Tour...


The Nets have posted a video tour of the basketball court at Barclays Center as well as a photo gallery. The video shows the court from various vantage points, from floor to the upper deck.

At Barclays, The Floor's The Thing


The Nets unveiled their version of the Black Keys Tuesday morning in the Post, a photo gallery of the much-leaked basketball court at Barclays Center, highlighted by the NBA's first black key areas

For D-Will, Brooklyn Sells


Deron Williams was asked whether he thought he'd be on the cover of a new video game, "NBA Ballers Beats," if he was still living and working in Salt Lake City. "Probably not,” he replied. D-Will...

Alert Details What's Left at Arena


New York State's latest bi-weekly Construction Alert details what's left to be done before Barclays Center will be finished.

On His Way To Moscow, Marshon Talks Brooklyn With Jay-Z's Site


Marshon Brooks leaves Tuesday for Moscow and Basketball Without Borders. Before he left, he spoke with Life & Times, Jay-Z's website.

Individual Game Tickets - Sept. 24


The Nets have announced, via Twitter that individual game tickets will go on sale September 24. That same night, season ticket holders will get their first view of the arena.

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