Here’s a wrap-up of some non-Prokhorov news for the day:
As the off-season comes to a close, Slippery When Nets gets nostalgic for the Nets finest season, 2001-02.
Rod Thorn, Kiki Vandeweghe and other Nets representatives will participate in the Capstone Global Markets Charity Day, sponsored by hedge fund Capstone, to support research focused on finding a cure to Batten Disease.
Atlantic Yards Report runs a letter from the NYC Transit Riders Council, expressing their outrage regarding the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Agreement to accept incremental payments of $20 million for property needed to build the Atlantic Yards development.
Lawrence Frank talks some more about life without a “Big Three” with The Baseline at Sporting News.
The Blowtorch envisions a conversation between Jay-Z and a Russian businessman.
We have a winner in the “Take a Net to School” contest.