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Fener coach appears to rip Bogdanovic

Bojan Bogdanovic has said before he goes to the NBA he wants to win something for his coach, Zeljko Obradovic, but Thursday, it appeared Obradovic was trashing Bogdanovic and other Fenerbahce stars.

Injury Update: Kirilenko returns, Garnett is OUT

Jason Kidd said that Andrei Kirilenko will return to the basketball court on Friday night against the Pistons. Kevin Garnett remains out, but Kidd is "ecstatic" with his progress.

Nets front office - ESPN doesn't like it

ESPN's unwieldy panel of 200 experts is once again ranking NBA teams, this time on their front offices. It seems an odd time to do it, before the playoffs and the 2014 draft which everyone thinks can be a game-changer. Bottom line: Nets are mediocre

Are the Nets popular?

Nate Silver and his blog,, have conducted a search to find the most popular NBA teams through Google Trends. The Nets ranked eighth in the study.

D-Will and "a special night for autistic families"

Deron Williams, the father of an autistic son, is increasing involved as an ambassador for Autism Speaks, shifting much of his Point of Hope Foundation's work to the cause, taping messages for NBA Cares and now doing something for parents like him.


Jason Kidd: 20 years, a bad rap

Twenty years ago, Jason Kidd released a rap song called "What the Kidd Didd." Today, Andrew Keh of the New York Times takes a look back at Kidd's fleeting rap career.

The case for Mason Plumlee as ROY

Kevin Pelton writes in an ESPN analysis of the rookie class that the Nets 7'1" (in sneakers) center with the 36" max vertical deserves consideration for Rookie of the Year, over Michael Carter-Williams and Victor Oladipo.

Nets have clinched and draw closer to home-court

The Nets have clinched a postseason berth, but they can also get the three seed with some realistic help.

Metta World Peace: Knicks miss Jason Kidd

According to Metta World Peace, the New York Knicks are struggling this year because they miss their leader on the basketball court, Jason Kidd, who is coaching the Brooklyn Nets into the NBA Playoffs.

Barclays food server sues Rockets over gay slurs

Rasean Tate, a Barclays food server is suing the Houston Rockets and the company that handles catering at the arena, Levy's, for discrimination, claiming Rockets players pelted him with homophobic slurs in a locker room before a 2013 Nets game.

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