Nets on the Net: 10/8/09 Edition

At practice today, we learned Courtney Lee needs another day to heal before he’ll see court-time.

Chris Mannix at looks at the Nets and how Brook Lopez will be a focal point of the offense.

Prospective Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov believes the team will become profitable in 2011-12 once they move to Brooklyn, the Moscow Times reports.

The New York Post is reporting that Atlantic Yards opponents are preparing another lawsuit, claiming the Empire State Development Corporation accepted skewed data and failed to meaningfully engage the public during its review of the development.

Dime interviews Courtney Lee who talks about his playoff performance, his new role on the Nets and his desire to play Mikhail Prokhorov in one-on-one.

Earlier this week, there was talk about one big-man, Sean Williams, and how his career is seemingly at a crossroads this season. Ben Couch looks at another member of the Nets frontcourt, Josh Boone.

Chris Douglas-Roberts and Terrence Williams got involved in a dunk off.

Despite talk of trade demands, Rafter Alston is saying all the right things to Fred Kerber, about his desire to play in New Jersey this season.

Darren Rovell of CNBC talks about the Nets finances.

Hedge Fund News reports the Capstone Global Markets First Annual Charity Day, which featured participation by Nets, raised more than $150,000 for The Jasper Against Batten Fund.

Slam has the top selling NBA jerseys in China, but it looks like Yi can’t make the cut. Ouch.

Finally, CDR tours the PNY Center: