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2015 Free Agency

Nets have a date with destiny at midnight

After a lot of refreshing and some confusion, it appears that Nets fans will have to wait until one minute before midnight Sunday to find out if Miami and Portland will match Brooklyn's offer sheets for Tyler Johnson and Allen Crabbe.

Hollins on Bargnani's past: "I don't care"

In interviews with La Gazzetta dello Sport, Italy's leading sports publication, this week, both Lionel Hollins and Andrea Bargnani dismissed the importance of the center's history with the Nets cross-river rivals.

Nets waive Boatright, Miller and Daniels

Justin Harper is happy camper

Justin Harper was the next-to-last player the Nets signed to a training camp contract. No guarantee, just meal and housing money. Still, the 6'10" forward has been the biggest surprise of camp.

Could Bargnani's FIBA play be prelude for rebound?

The Nets liked what they saw of Andrea Bargnani in Eurobasket. Now, they're hoping he can replicate that success with them this season. Billy King said this week he thinks he can.

Nets sign Chris Daniels, team's 20th player

Chris Daniels, who played last season with Yi Jianlian and Emmanuel Mudiay in the Chinese Basketball Association, has been signed to a training camp contract, giving the Nets the maximum 20 roster spots. Daniels will be the eight player with a non- or partially guaranteed deal.

Brooklyn Nets sign Justin Harper

The Brooklyn Nets have officially signed 24-year-old big man Justin Harper.

Ellington: Brooklyn "a lovely spot" for me

Wayne Ellington has bounced around the NBA since being drafted in 2009. During that time, he's played for five teams -- Minnesota, Cleveland, Memphis, Dallas and last year, the Lakers. He thinks he's found a home in Brooklyn.

Nets to sign Moreira, Angola big, to camp contract

The Nets will sign Yanick Moreira, a 6'11" center who starred for Angola in FIBA and played for Larry Brown at SMU, to a training camp contract, reports Yahoo's Shams Charania. Moreira's signing will bring the Nets training camp roster to 19.

Dahntay Jones inks non-guaranteed deal with Nets

The Nets have signed shooting guard Dahntay Jones to a non-guaranteed, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.

Willie Reed isn't Willis Reed's son, just a cousin

Willie Reed is no relation to Willis Reed, no matter what the press guy for the Santiago Metros of the Dominican League tells you. He's no relation to the Knicks Hall of Famer who also served as Nets GM and coach. He's just Willie, who wants it bad.

Nets making good use of partial guarantees

You can call it part of the cost-cutting/fiscal responsibility or the youth movement, both of which the Nets are trumpeting this summer, but whatever you call it, Brooklyn's front office is making unprecedented use of partially guaranteed contracts.

Aldridge: Nets have chance at "impact player"

David Aldridge looks at teams by thirds, how they've done since season's end, how they're situated for 2016. He puts Nets in middle third.

Nets sign Donald Sloan

The Nets have signed point guard Donald Sloan, Billy King announced today. Per team policy, terms of the contract were not released. Brooklyn will be the 6'3" Sloan's fifth team in six years. The Nets now have four point guards on the roster.

Brooklyn Nets Plan: Can they Prove Themselves?

There's a ton of uncertainty for the Brooklyn Nets this upcoming season, but with a plan in place, can they exceed expectations and prove the NBA world wrong?

Frugal now, but will Nets go wild again in 2016?

Matt Moore of CBS Sports gave the Nets an A for their off-season, primarily because it marked a change in their philosophy: no more big deals, draft pick giveaways or aging veteran signings. But have they learned their lesson, he asks.

T-Rob wants 'long-term' role with Nets

Hollins says he and Jack "excited" by new role

In an extensive Q. and A. with Mike Mazzeo, Lionel Hollins said he's excited about working with Jarrett Jack as his starting point guard this season, dismissing much of the criticism leveled at Deron Williams replacement.

Need for PG drove Detroit to trade Miller

Keith Langlois, the Pistons' in-house beat writer, asked why Detroit traded Quincy Miller to the Nets, said Stan Van Gundy felt the need for a back-up point guard outweighed any improvement in Miller's game.

D-Will hoping for $18 million profit on apartment

According to the Post, Williams and his wife want $33.5 million for the The Merchants House loft at 35 North Moore Street. That's $17.7 million profit on a two year investment. Not as good as Prokhorov's turnaround on the Nets, but pretty good.

Of Pundits, Prokhorov and P.R.

It's becoming almost a daily battle, with the Nets offering up a rosy view of next season and pundits portraying an abyss, a bottom five finish and the loss of a lottery pick to the Celtics.

Larkin tweets about the triangle ... and Jackson

Phil Jackson, he of the 17-win Knicks, spoke to his best bud Charlie Rosen last season about Shane Larkin. It wasn't complimentary, but the Net responded in a classy tweet.

Power Rankings: Schuhmann puts Nets below Knicks

John Schuhmann's power rankings have always been the gold standard in the class. Very thorough, very dispassionate and very succinct. So when he suggests the Nets come out of the Draft and free agency in 25th place, below the Knicks ...

Polling NetsDaily fans!

How do you think the Nets did in the off-season --from Draft Night through Sunday? Give us your grade in the poll and in the comments, explain why you voted the way you did.

Larkin and the perils of the triangle

Shane Larkin is diplomatic when he talks about the triangle and the Knicks. It's a good offense, says, but he wasn't suited for it. He's a pick-and-roll guy. The Nets like that.

Blazers sign Cliff Alexander

Cliff Alexander, who went undrafted then played for the Nets in both the Orlando and Las Vegas summer leagues, has been signed to an NBA contract by the Portland Trailblazers, Alexander tweeted.

In first post-free agency analyses, Nets dip low

As they say, the off-season glow, the free agency honeymoon, lasts only until November when they actually have to play the games.

Boatright hoping for the best in Brooklyn

He's a candidate for the third point guard job and has a partial guarantee, but Ryan Boatright knows nothing is "for sure."

A skeptical look at Thomas Robinson

Fred Katz offers up a much more skeptical look at the 6'10" T-Rob suggesting his vets minimum deal with the Nets may be his last chance in the NBA.

Nets wanted to keep me, says Teletovic

In a press conference Thursday morning in Bosnia, Mirza Teletovic said he chose the Suns over both the Nets and the Kings because he wanted Phoenix, not because Brooklyn didn't want him.

Nets free agency grades a mixed bag

After getting out of the draft with mostly A's and B's, the Nets front office received mixed grades for their free agency efforts.

No Nets interest in Pablo Prigioni

Fred Kerber writes that once Pablo Prigioni clears waivers following Sunday's Ty Lawson trade, he will not be returning to New York, that neither his former team, the Knicks, nor the Nets are interested in the 38-year-old Argentine.


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