The Plot Thickens: Now Takes You To The Official New York Knicks Website


There’s been a lot of speculation and mystery behind the domain name Originally owned by a tech company that never used it, weird things began happening after Deron Williams re-signed with the Nets over choosing the Dallas Mavericks:a page popped up taunting the Nets that appeared to be a message to Mikhail Prokhorov from Mavs owner Mark Cuban, and later the site redirected to the Mavericks season ticket purchase splash page.

Now, today, if you go to, it leads you somewhere different… the official home of the New York Knicks. Yup, if you go to — a site that the Nets could never seem to grab, for whatever reason — it’ll take you to the lead page of the team’s borough rival. Go ahead, try it.

(For what it’s worth, there’s nothing that proves that Mark Cuban owns the site or has anything to do with it. Though if he did, it wouldn’t surprise me if he found ways to hide it. CONSPIRACIES ABOUND.)

This is a Nets mystery if there ever was one. Who’s behind this page? Is it Mark Cuban? James Dolan? A spurned Mavericks fan? A mischievous Knicks fan? Will we ever know? Why are they switching it around? Is more to come? I just have so many questions!


UPDATE: As a few have pointed out, the site is allegedly owned by Cyber Mesa, a telecommunications company in New Mexico. According to league sources close to Net Income of NetsDaily, the only reason they’re messing with the Nets is in hope to get the Nets to pony up some serious cash (seven-figure style) to buy the domain name.

(h/t to Twitter follower/friend @theotherjd for pointing this one out.)