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Nets fans are ready for a breakout season for their new look team. Of course there is already excitement over the teams move to Brooklyn, but fans should also be excited for the new look Brooklyn Nets. The players are ready that is for sure. Recently two of the Nets players were talking big in terms of winning a championship but there coach Avery Johnson not so much. Here is what Joe Johnson had to say. Johnson was just traded to the Nets from the Atlantna Hawks. That’s what we are shooting for — the ring. There’s no need to sell ourselves short. You talk about gelling and figuring it out, and I think we have the perfect pieces: a great point guard, a great center. I don’t think any of our positions are the same or overlap at all. Via Zach Lowe of Sports Illustrated Brook Lopez resigned with the Nets in the off season and he is thinking championship also. “Obviously our main goal is no question the NBA championship. I think it is realistic for us. We’re already a good p...

Williams would have left Nets?

Deron Williams was a free agent but decided to remain with the Nets. He says there was a scenario where he probably would have left.

Nets' Williams open to 2014 basketball worlds

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Deron Williams of the Brooklyn Nets says he would be ''definitely open'' to playing for the United States in the 2014 World Cup of Basketball. Williams, who helped the Americans win the gold medal in Beijing in 2008 and defend their title last month in London, says he loves representing the U.S. and wouldn't rule out returning for...

Brooklyn Nets release photos of Barclays Center court design

    We’ve seen pictures of progress on the exterior of the Brooklyn Nets’ new home, the Barclays Center, throughout construction. There have been sketches of what the interior was expected to look like and a few “leaked” pics floating around to hold us over until official photos became available. Thanks to the Brooklyn’s newest sports franchise we [...]

Photo: Brooklyn Nets release inside shots of their new arena

The NBA franchise formerly known as the "New Jersey Nets" and now known as the "Brooklyn Nets" is all set to move into their brand new basketball arena for the 2012-13 NBA regular season. Their new herringbone-patterned home, the Barclays Center, will play host to at least 41 regular season contests this over the next year, and hopefully more if you're a fan...

The Brooklyn Nets New Court is Sweet

So, this turns out to be some kind of...practice new Brooklyn Nets Barclays Center court. The actual one? Even sweeter. Why not click the Google +1 & the retweet buttons? **Follow us on Twitter.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Avery Johnson Says Nets Are Title Contenders

After a huge offseason for the Brooklyn Nets, they go from a 21 win team in 2011-2012, to a playoff contender in 2012-2013. However, their coach, Avery Johnson, seems to think they can compete with the Celtics and Heat for a chance to go to the NBA Finals.

Photo: Brooklyn Nets unveil gorgeous new court as they sign Josh Childress

After holding a workout for and signing former Hawks forward Josh Childress to a one-year deal, the Nets have also revealed that they have a gorgeous new court. The Herringbone design will certainly look good on TV especially if the Nets can find a way to become a contender. To read this article and view the picture of the Nets' new court, please click the link below.

Josh Childress, Nets Agree To One-Year Deal

Josh Childress and the Brooklyn Nets have agreed upon a one-year deal.
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