Nets History

Prokhorov Talks History with Turetzky

In the bowels of Barclays Center Monday, Mikhail Prokhorov spoke with Herb Turetzky, his longest serving employee about the Nets history, his hometown of Brooklyn, Barclays Center and where to find the right woman. Turetzky recommended LIU.

The Nets' Tortured Past and Quirky Present

The Nets will head into Brooklyn this week (or maybe swim) with a legacy of strangeness and worse in their past and some good-natured quirkiness in their present. The Post's Fred Kerber and Tim Bontemps take looks at both Monday morning.

Howard Wanted Trade to Nets!!!

You heard here first! OK,maybe not. Dwight Howard told ESPN radio that he wanted to be traded to the Nets, but that something or someone intervened and he wound up with the Lakers, where his "dream came true." Hollywood's like that.

Turetzky: KVH Made Marbury Nuts

In an extensive interview, Herb Turetzky talks about what he's seen from behind the scorer's table. Beyond recollections of Dr. J, Petro and J-Kidd, Turetzky says Keith Van Horn's bad hands drove Stephon Marbury crazy and self-centered.

Will Nets Lose More in ABA Suit?

We've written about this before: about how the owners of the Spirits of St. Louis, a defunct ABA franchise continues to reap significant amounts of cash from four of its fellow ABA teams now in the NBA, including the Brooklyn Nets. Now they want more

Drazen Petrovic's Brother Would Love To See Mirza Teletovic Play For Nets

Aleksandar Petrovic, Drazen Petrovic's brother and the coach of the Bosnian National Team, said in interview posted Saturday that he would "love" to see Bosnia's best player, Mirza Teletovic, play for the "New Jersey Nets," citing his Hall of Fame brother's career with the team. Petrovic spoke with Bosnia's leading sports site, Sport Centar Bosnia.

For Turetzky, Kaufman, Front Row Seats On The Nets' Roller-Coaster

Herb Turetzky has been the Nets scorekeeper for 1,177 consecutive games. Hasn't missed one, not during the 12-70 game, not during the four seasons the Nets played at the Rutgers Athletic Center. Mitch Kaufman has been the Nets video coordinator for almost as long, So they're qualified to talk about the Nets' legacy.

Kittles, Video Tributes for Last Game

Kerry Kittles, one of the most beloved Nets over the last 35 years, will highlight Monday's halftime tribute to the team's 35 years in New Jersey. In addition, several former Nets who are still playing or coaching in the NBA will sending along video tributes for the events, among them reportedly Jason Kidd.

Nets Planning New Jersey Farewell

The Nets are slowly rolling out their plans for the team's last home game in New Jersey on April 23. The program for Saturday's game vs. the Rockets included a page promoting "this celebratory evening" --when the Nets face the 76ers-- will include "special guest appearances by past Nets players and coaches, video tributes, giveaways and more!"

Morrow Will Honor Drazen at Three-Point Shootout

Anthony Morrow told reporters that he will wear Drazen Petrovic's jersey when he takes part in the Three-Point Shootout in Orlando on Saturday. Petrovic was the last Net to participate in the competition, finishing fourth in 1992.

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