Nets on the Net: 4/16/10 Edition

Terrence Williams is the league’s Rookie of the Month.

Your sophomore of the year, if there was such an award: Brook Lopez (ESPN insider access only).

Which five Nets ballers were out partying in Miami until the wee hours before their season finale Wednesday? Check the Post’s page six for scintillating details.

NetsDaily points out that the Nets have removed the words “New Jersey” in the architect’s renderings of the Newark court.

Al Iannazzone runs down where the Nets need to improve this off-season. Uh… everywhere?

Kki Vandeweghe’s role with the organization may be uncertain, but it’s business as usual for him: “I’m a little bit looking forward to getting back to my day job and preparing for the draft,” Vandeweghe said after the Nets’ 94-86 double-overtime loss to the Heat in their season finale. “I’m excited about that.”

Devin Harris plans to be here next season: “Increase our size up front, become better defensively. We didn’t shoot a high percentage, got outrebounded,” said Harris, acting as if he’s staying whether or not John Wall is drafted. “We don’t know what management’s doing or if they get the No. 1 pick. I’m going to prepare like I’m going to be here.”