Happy Thursday! Here’s the latest Nets news and notes from around the ‘Nets:
- Highly entertaining read on spending three road games with the Brooklyn Nets. My favorite line: “Brooklyn extended its lead to 20 half-way through the third and it was in no way at all responsible for it.”
- Sean Marks sees ten-day contracts as a way to find cheap, undervalued talent. As NetsDaily notes, there’s no shortage of point guards on the market looking for their shot.
- Meanwhile, Joe Johnson says the way “guys are down for each other” and “so together” in Miami is unlike anything he’s ever seen in his career. Ahem.
- Nice feature on Donald Sloan. His dog’s name is Delta, not Chico.
- Speaking of Delta, the Nets got a new plane, via ONEXIM President Irina Pavlova. Pictures 1 and 2.
- The push-and-pull of a development like Barclays Center: it contributes both to a city’s development and gentrification.