Nets on the Net: 1/11/10 Edition

Rod Thorn recognizes that the Nets have to get better to attract free agents this summer: “People who are on the open market will see us as a team with some (problems), but the reality is that we have to play better the rest of the way.”

A quirky piece from Dave D. about Mikhail Prokhorov and the reporter who claims to be a target of Russia’s richest man.

In a reveal that should shock someone, Devin Harris’ tendinitis may have been affecting him for a few games now, according to Dave D’Alessandro.

Brook Lopez talks about his Tim Duncan matchup: “He’s definitely one of the best to ever play, so it’s definitely a tough matchup for me,” Lopez said after putting up a good line (28 points, 11 boards, three blocks) in 42 minutes. “It’s a very cerebral battle, there’s so many things he can do. You just have to be patient, because that’s what he’s doing on the block– he’s being patient, reading everything, and making the best read off of it.”

The Najera-Humphries trade should become official today.