Trading For A Power Forward

With all of the starting caliber power forwards free agents pretty much locked up, the only way the Nets can get a guy to play in front of Derrick Favors for a few years so he can develop is through a trade.  As Mark told us over the weekend, Terrence Williams might be the guy […]

Jordan Farmar & The Nets’ Roster Moving Forward

So the Farmar deal has been confirmed by just about everybody, so I will talk about it a little more in depth than I did last night.  At just 23, Jordan Farmar already has four years of NBA experience, and that experience has been with a championship team in the Lakers.  In LA, Farmar was […]

2010 Salary Cap: Where The Nets Stand

The Nets have made three signings (two signings and one offer sheet to be exact, but we will count all three as if they sign with the Nets for purpose of this discussion) over the past week.  This obviously means that the amount of money the Nets have in terms of cap space has decreased.  […]

Nets Sign Johan Petro For $10 Million Over Three Years

According to Adrian Wojnarowski (who by the way is a must follow during the offseason) the Nets have come to an agreement with big man Johan Petro: Center Johan Petro has reached agreement on a three year, $10 million deal with New Jersey, league sources tell Y!. Ugh.  This is the first head-scratcher in my […]

Nets Sign Anthony Morrow To An Offer Sheet

After signing Travis Outlaw, the Nets aren’t done collecting wing players.  They have now turned their attention to Warriors’ restricted free agent Anthony Morrow.  Morrow and the Nets agreed to a deal that would play the undrafted wing player $12 million over the course of three years, according to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski. This is a […]

Summer League Game 4 Recap

Summer League Game 4 Recap

The Nets got smoked in a game against the Jazz yesterday, and it was a pretty unexciting blowout.  Damion James hurt his wrist/hand/thumb, so we might not see him suit up in the final game, but here is a quick recap of the events that took place. Terrence Williams It was a sloppy game with […]

“The Decision” Open Thread

Yeah, we all know what this is about.  LeBron makes his choice in 30 minutes or so, you can talk about it here if you want to.  Please remember the commenter constitution though, thanks guys.

BlazersEdge On Travis Outlaw

After it broke that the Nets’ signed Travis Outlaw to a 5 year 35 million dollar contract (it is now reported to be 5 years at 7 million flat), I sent an e-mail to Ben Golliver from the great Blazers’ blog, BlazersEdge asking him about Outlaw.  This was his response: Travis Outlaw: great personality, ok […]

Nets Sign Forward Travis Outlaw For 5 Years And $35 Million

Ric Bucher is reporting that the Nets have come to an agreement with Travis Outlaw, giving the forward $35 million over the course of 5 year: Forward Travis Outlaw has agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal with the Nets, his agent, Bill Duffy, told ESPN The Magazine’s Ric Bucher. The 25-year-old Outlaw averaged 8.7 […]

Summer League Game Three Open Thread

Summer League Game Three Open Thread

Alright, here we go.  For those who want a distraction from the whole Wade/Bosh/James situation, you can watch the Nets play the Orlando Magic in a Summer League battle.  Not much to preview this one, but here is Terrence Williams’ interview with the Summer League announcers from yesterday:

Wade, Bosh Not Coming But Pritchard Might Be

Chris Broussard is reporting that Dwyane Wade is going to be staying in Miami and Chris Bosh Will be joining him, though nobody is sure whether he will sign straight up with him or if there will be a sign and trade.  They also seem to be making a push to get LeBron James to […]