Nets on the Net: 10/6/09 Edition

The big news out of practice today is that defensive specialist Terrence Williams seemed to have inadvertently injured both Devin Harris and Courtney Lee. Rumor has it, he read Sebastian’s scouting report from last week and was so excited he ran them both of the court. Get the details from the beat writer of your choice: Daily News, Record or Star-Ledger.

Fred Kerber notes the erratic play this weekend of Sean Williams – he was fantastic in the open scrimmage on Saturday, but fouled out after playing less than 14 minutes against the Knicks on Sunday. Williams, could be playing for his NBA career this year.

Over at Nets Insider, Al Iannazzone talks about having that energy, or spark, off the bench a la Nate Robinson on the Knicks. Terrence Williams and Chris Douglas-Roberts are too candidates to be that spark, Iannazzone writes.

Ball Don’t Lie has their Nets season preview up. Real Cavs Fan also has a team preview up with some clever use of photoshop and perhaps a deluded opinion of Sean Williams’ worth.

Despite three events in Newark over the next two weeks, the Nets say their future is still in Brooklyn.

In his latest blog post, Chris Douglas-Roberts talks about his practice habits, Twitter, and the two shows that keep him up late at night.

Ridiculous Upside looks at training camp invites.

The Huffington Post has a slideshow of Russian oligarchs.