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Brooklyn Fans pen e-book on Nets first year in the borough

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Brooklyn Fans, a fan site for Brooklyn sports, has authored a 162-page e-book on the Nets first year in Brooklyn. The books is available for $2.99 on Amazon.

Entitled "Flatbush and Atlantic: The Nets First Year in Brooklyn," the e-book features game-by-game details, up to and including the playoffs. Here's how it's described on Amazon...

In the fall of 2012, the Nets moved to the newly-built Barclays Center in downtown Brooklyn, signalling the end of their tenure as New York's "little brother" NBA team. This book traces the history of the Nets from their humble beginnings as the New Jersey Americans, through their ABA championships with Julius "Dr. J" Erving, to the present day. The Nets' emergence as an Eastern Conference power in the 2012-13 season is covered in game-to-game detail. Illustrations include 19 original line drawings and 6 photographs.

At least one other book on the Nets season is expected later this summer.