So apparently, Terrence Williams is in trouble with the team not because of his antics on Twitter, but because he missed the team bus to the morning shootaround on Tuesday, and was out later than he should have been Monday night.
A proposed plan that would land the Nets at the Prudential Center in Newark for the next two years would create a surcharge for all events at the Izod Center and The Rock.
Rafer Alston rips his teammates after last night for not sticking together more on the sidelines.
Those who like their basketball with a side of business should check out Forbes Magazine’s annual valuation report. The Nets are still losing money, which is a shock to no one.
Chris Douglas-Roberts talks about some of the physical mismatches he’s experienced playing SF.
There’s a screening at 7 p.m. tonight at NYU’s Cantor Center for Atlantic Yards Development-centric documentary, “The Battle for Brooklyn.”
A New York State Senator is calling on Gov. Paterson to step in and stop the Atlantic Yards project.
Just a little article about likely #1 draft pick next June, John Wall.