On the Brooklyn front, the state is expecting to start marketing tax-exempt bonds to build the arena in the next two weeks.
Meanwhile, Daniel Goldstein, Brooklyn resident and lead opponent for the anti-Atlantic Yards movement is not very happy with the offer he's gotten from the state for his apartment. He's also written an open letter to Mikhail Prokhorov that's been published at the Huffington Post.
Milwaukee native Devin Harris got a bunch of phone calls Saturday night from people wanting to know if he saw Bucks rookie Brandon Jennings go off for 55 points.
Lawrence Frank isn't paying attention to any "10 is enough" marketing efforts by the front office. He just worries about what's on the basketball court.
Nets beat writer Dave D'Alessandro answers your mail.
Mike Celzic at NBC asks why would LeBron James want to come to the Knicks or Nets?
Over at the Nets Daily, Net Income breaks down some financials to help determine exactly how rich Mikhail Prokhorov is.
Gary Sussman is back with his latest edition of Sussman Sez, recapping the weekend in Florida.
Ben Couch says Courtney Lee was cheerful, though he may not be good to go until Saturday against the Knicks.