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Petro Latest Net Thinking Europe

Just two days ago, it was reported that Johan Petro was ready to invest in a French basketball team.

Now, it sounds like he's ready to play for one.  In his latest blog, the seven-footer said training alone has been fine, but he needs the competition that gets you ready for a full season of play.

"There's only so much you can do individually, so as we get closer to possibly missing games I'm thinking more about possibly going overseas to play for a bit, just to stay fresh," Petro said. "I think it's an option that I have to explore. I can't afford not to. I need to play. I can't stay inactive when I don't know how long it will be without competition".

Petro is the only Nets who stayed behind in New Jersey after the season ended. Kris Humphries has a place in Hoboken but he's been otherwise occupied.