Around the Nets: Monday Morning

  • First things first: Andrei Kirilenko will return to the NBA, and lists Brooklyn and Utah as his top priorities.
  • To clarify again: Jordan Farmar is not on Twitter.
  • After this weekend’s combine, Fred Kerber thinks the Nets should take a look at Tony Mitchell.

  • Well, hello there, Barclays Center. You’re looking quite fancy.
  • Early reminder: tune in to ESPN on May 30th at 8:00 PM to watch the NBA draft lottery.
  • Zack Rosen may have broken his thumb, but that didn’t end his workout.

  • Dwight Howard, on Stan Van Gundy: “It was very awkward. But you live and you learn. I don’t think I would ever do that again. I don’t know where what Stan heard came from. We talked about it a couple of times. Then we talked about how we both felt, and it was one of the best talks we ever had. We’ve forgiven each other. We’re ready to move on.”