Chris Sheridan of ESPN is inside the Nets locker room last night, being all nice and observational.
Ian Thomsen of SI is the next in line to question the Nets “heart.”
As part of the 0-18 celebration, Ken Berger looks back at 18 moments of infamy for the Nets.
Here’s Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski’s take on the record.
The always great Basketball Prospectus dissects the Nets woes.
Some signs of the times. Literally.
Here comes the calvary, and it includes new assistant coach Del Harris.
Rod Thorn and the rest of the front office need to live with the choices they made.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban throws his support behind the Nets.
Jason Kidd, always sympathetic. Dirk Nowitzki on the other hand has Kiki Vandeweghe’s back.
Deadspin live blogged last night’s game.
Mitch Lawrence of the Daily News is circling next week’s game against the depleted Bulls as potential victory #1 for the Nets, which would bring their record to 0-20.
John Brennan of The Record talks about the Nets futile start, and their plans to move to Brooklyn, is affecting attendance at the Izod Center.
Fanhouse makes the case for new Nets coach, Patrick Ewing (?). Stan Van Gundy certainly makes the case as well.
NBA.com speculates that people will want to coach the Nets moving forward.
Chad Ford of ESPN Insider continues the NBA 2010 draft discussion, and predicts the Nets would go John Wall if they got the #1 pick in June.
Nets Daily looks at the relationship between Yi Jianlian and Del Harris.
Hey, Yi might be back next week.