Nets on the Net: 10/27/09 Edition

On a team without a veteran superstar like Vince Carter and Jason Kidd, Devin Harris is evolving into the team’s leader.

Tony Battie, Josh Boone and Yi Jianlian left yesterday’s practice with assorted bumps and bruises are listed as day-to-day.

Small ball may be the way to go for stretches this season, especially when Terrence Williams is a part of it.

Brook Lopez and Chris Douglas-Roberts used to play together a lot in high school at basketball camp. Now, as part of the Nets, they’re developing a great chemistry with each other.

Al Iannazzone, writing for YES, believes the Nets will struggle, but could still be an exciting team to follow.

Gary Sussman is calling for a standing ovation for Vince Carter at the Izod Friday night. Bleacher Report tries to convince us that VC has never had a true big man to run with.

Zach Harper of TalksHoops gives us his Nets preview complete with an introductory mention of prostitutes in honor of Mikhail Prokhorov.

The Star-Ledger’s editorial board comes out in favor of the proposed temporary move to Newark next year.

You might have heard, but the Nets should have a lot of cap space next summer. But is it smart to build through free agency?