Around the Nets: 10/25 Tuesday Edition

  • Round two of NBA Lockout doomsday: According to a source at the New York Daily News, two more weeks of games have been cancelled.

  • The trailer for “Small Market, Big Heart,” James Ham and Blake Ellington’s documentary profiling Sacramento’s struggle to keep its franchise:
  • Anthony Morrow has signed an endorsement deal with Peak Sportswear, a Chinese sportswear company. As far as I know, that’s the only overseas contract he’s signed since July 1.
  • Jordan Farmar did not play in Maccabi’s 87-83 victory over Ironi Ashkelon yesterday, presumably in an effort to rest his ankle for Thursday’s Euroleague game.
  • A profile of Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn Borough President, one of the Atlantic Yards Project’s biggest backers, and from what it sounds like, the World Wide Wes of Brooklyn.
  • News from Around NYC