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Prokhorov's net worth has dropped, says Forbes

Forbes is out with its annual list of billionaires. It estimates Mikhail Prokhorov is worth ONLY $10.9 billion, putting him 109th on Forbes list. That would be a big dropoff from 2011 when Forbes had him at $18 billion. But it's only an estimate.

D-Will: Kidd found his way after Frank left

After seven wins in eight games, Jason Kidd is getting respect, a far cry from the storyline a month and a half ago. Kidd was "a zombie," the "worst coach in the league" and "bush league." D-Will says once Lawrence Frank left, Kidd found his voice.

Avery talks Nets-Knicks, Nets and Knicks

In an interview with Stefan Bondy, Avery Johnson talks about the Nets-Knicks rivalry and the two teams, noting how important the rivalry is to the Nets, how he predicted a January 15 turnaround for the Nets and how Jason Kidd is adjusting.

Back in Moscow, Prokhorov says Kidd "a real boss"

Mikhail Prokhorov returned to Moscow more convinced than ever that he made the right decision hiring Jason Kidd, telling one confidante Sunday that he believes Kidd will be a "great coach." emphasizing "great," and that he behaves "like a boss."

Increasing role for Prokhorov aide?

Sergey Kushchenko is head of the Russian biathlon union and Mikhail Prokhorov's sports adviser. So why is he in London at Nets practice and not pushing the biathletes? Tim Bontemps and Stefan Bondy talked to him about a bigger role in the Nets.

King hints more to the Frank story

Billy King spoke Tuesday to Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald about the "re-assignment" of Lawrence Frank and hinted that there's things that haven't come out yet. He said "Knowing the inside, we did what we had to do."

Nets leading NBA's international drive

The New Yorker examines the NBA's drive for internationalization and finds a New York team at the center of it all. And it's not the Knicks, who despite having all the advantages have virtually ignored the international market. It's the Nets.

AK-47 permits Nets to go all-in on Russian market

Brett Yormark told ITAR-TASS, the Russian news agency, that the Nets' acquisition of Andrei Kirilenko will help him market the team both in Russia and the Russian-speaking neighborhoods of New York. Russia, along with China, are top Nets targets

NetsDaily Off-Season Report #17

We open this weekend about KD, now repped by Jay Z (or maybe we should say JZ for the purposes of this paragraph). He talked this week about how much he loves OKC "as of today." Is that an opening for a discussion of him as a Net? Of course.

It's a business ... and business is good

They're a basketball team, should be a good one. They're also an investment. Jay Z sold his stake for $1 million, as much as 10 times what he paid for It. Indeed, the owner thinks his investment has grown "fivefold." So, he's willing to invest more.

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