Nets on the Net: 11/25/09 Edition

Chris Douglas-Roberts makes John Hollinger’s all-underrated team.

Ben Couch hosts a Q+A with

Mark Miller of Yahoo blames Bruce Ratner for the poor start.

Marc Stein of True Hoop looks deeper into the bad start for Lawrence Frank.

Courtney Lee’s return was a lone bright spot for the Nets last night.

Despite the bad start, the Nets are doing a lot of charity work, making them winners off the court.

Bergen Record earns the best headline award for “Ratner a winner in court, a loser on one.”

In the aftermath of yesterday’s court victory, the New York Times looks at how the Nets still have their foundation in place with Brook Lopez and Devin Harris.

The Star-Ledger jokes that this could be a loooong good-bye for the Nets and New Jersey.

Daniel Goldstein, head of Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn, wants NY Governor Patterson to stand by his position as a state senator to put a moratorium on the use of eminent domain.

Kenyon Martin is not a big fan of Bruce Ratner.

HoopsWorld says the Nets compare favorably to the 88-89 Heart and the 99-00 Clippers, the two previous teams that went 0-17 to start a season.