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Monday morning, the Brooklyn Nets and CBS Radio agreed to an extended partnership that is set a $5 million per year, according to the Sports Business Journal.
Under the new partnership, New York radio station WFAN will continue to be the Nets home station, with also added in pre and post-game shows that will air before and after games. Also included will be a weekly three hour Brooklyn Nets Report radio show that will air from 10:00am-1:00pm.
Fans will also have the opportunity to call in and discuss the team.
The agreement was first reported by the Sports Business Journal and The Brooklyn Game.
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With the news coming out that the NBA is
debating on having player’s nicknames added to the back of the jersey for a
game or two between the Miami Heat and the Brooklyn Nets, we decided to give
you the officially unofficial list of nicknames for these two juggernaut
The NBA has asked each member of the Miami
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