Nets on the Net: 1/18/10 Edition

Howard Beck of the New York Times compares the Nets fortunes with the 72-73 Philadelphia 76ers.

Chris Douglas-Roberts is getting a radio show.

Any trades coming this week?:  “Nobody’s safe,” Devin Harris said. “But that’s the way the business goes.”

Brian Lewis, of the NY Post, writes about Devin Harris, who’s still trying to recapture his all-star magic from a year ago: “My wrist was bothering me, my shot wasn’t going,” said Harris, whom the Nets might be willing to deal according to a recent ESPN report. “But I’m still going to attack the rim, get to the free throw line the way I did. I’m going to try and see if it works better for the team and if we play better.

Julian Garcia is the latest report to talk about the Nets and John Wall.

Al Iannazzone on the Nets: It’s all the Nets’ approach, how they compete and the point in which they start to hang their heads and feel sorry for themselves. They’re a mentally fragile team. Lately, it’s been the first half, but we’ve seen it happen in every quarter all year.

AK-47, the NBA’s only Russian player, talks more about Mikhail Prokhorov’s potential impact on Russian players.