Found March 24, 2014 on Intrigue Sports:
Could Brooklyn Nets stars such as Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson, Deron Williams and Paul Pierce wind up playing for a team that’s actually headquartered in Russia? Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov said he planned to relocate his company that runs the Nets to Russia, in keeping with the Kremlin’s call on Russian businessmen to repatriate their assets to help combat new U.S sanctions.    

Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov to move business back to Russia

PHOTO COURTESY: NJ.COM With the annexation of Crimea being one of the biggest topics around the world and getting more complicated by the day, why would anyone want to bring their business over to Russia? Maybe if you were a Russian billionaire, you would consider such a move; and that is exactly what Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov plans to do.  Now, the next question is, what impact...

Billy King: Brook Lopez may have put on too much weight

The Brooklyn Nets have had a kind of unexpected season. Brook Lopez, who gained a lot of weight (in muscle) during the off-season as he rehabbed, was someone Nets fan really wanted to see succeed alongside Kevin Garnett and the rest of the new additions.Clearly, that did not work out that well as Lopez ended up injuring himself once again and has borderline become injury-prone over...

Nets Owner Says Team Will Be Run According To Russian Law

The Brooklyn Nets majority owner, Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, recently announced his plans to move his businesses to his native county…including the basketball club. “A Russian company will own the basketball club,” Prokhorov said Monday, according to the Reuters news agency. “This (move) does not violate any NBA rules and I will bring it (under Russian jurisdiction...

Nets owner to move company to Russia, hasn’t told NBA

Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov said on Monday he planned to relocate his company that runs the Brooklyn Nets basketball team to Russia, in keeping with the Kremlin’s call on Russian businessmen to repatriate their assets to help combat new US sanctions. The United States and European Union have imposed visa bans and asset freezes on officials and businessmen believed to be close...

NBA Rumors: Brooklyn Nets want Paul Pierce back next season

"The Truth" will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season, will he stay or will he go back to the Boston Celtics? The Nets sure hope he stays.Image: Keith Allison via Wikimedia CommonsWe all like the idea (well, most of us) of Paul Pierce retiring a Celtic but the Nets have other plans, they would like to keep Pierce in Brooklyn at least for one more season...

Pierce Believes Nets ‘Match Up with Anyone’

One of the most interesting teams to watch this NBA season has been the Brooklyn Nets. After mortgaging their future to acquire aging veterans Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry from the Celtics in a draft day deal, Brooklyn stumbled out of the gate. Through 31 games, the Nets sat at a paltry 10-21. Instead of competing for a title, Brooklyn was competing with the Knicks...

Nets Not In Process Of Becoming Russian-Based

Mikhail Prokhorov backed away from his claim that the NBA had given him permission to make the Brooklyn Nets a Russian-based company without admitting that he had ever made it. His company, Onexim Sports and Entertainment, issued a statement that described how during preliminary discussions with the NBA in the spring of 2013, the league “indicated its willingness to work with us...

Brook Lopez Underwent Ankle Surgery, On Track To Return To Court In June

Brook Lopez underwent successful surgery on his left ankle earlier in March and the procedure will not affect his rehabilitation from foot surgery on Jan. 4. Lopez was lost for the season after breaking a bone in his foot in late December. The Brooklyn Nets expect Lopez to return to the court in June. Lopez averaged 20.7 points and six rebounds in 17 games.

Joe Johnson, Durant Named NBA Players Of The Week

Joe Johnson and Kevin Durant have been named the NBA's Players of the Week. Johnson is the first member of the Brooklyn Nets to win the award since Devin Harris in 2009.

Brooklyn Nets want re-sign Paul Pierce

The Brooklyn Nets have turned things around. Prior to their 109-104 overtime loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, they had won four consecutive games. The team is now 37-32 after a disaster of a start that saw them begin the season with a 10-21 record. One reason for their turnaround is the improved play of veteran swingman Paul Pierce. Pierce and Kevin Garnett (and Jason Terry...

Nets' Deron Williams is a game-time decision due to illness

On Wednesday night the Brooklyn Nets look to get back on track when they visit the Charlotte Bobcats. Deron Williams did not participate in the team's shoot around today due to illness. Williams has played in every game since January 16.By LolitaLens via Wikimedia CommonsAccording to Andy Vasquez for The Record, Williams is considered a game-time decision to face the Bobcats...

Video: Celtics get some extra practice in during 4 day layoff

In years past a four day layoff would have been exactly what the doctor ordered. Paul Pierce, and Kevin Garnett would have gotten much needed rest. Doc would have taken a mini trip to Orlando, and Rondo would have played connect four until five in the morning. Now we live in a different time. The Celtics did take the weekend off, but they hit the practice floor the past two days...

Game 68 Recap: Brooklyn Nets 107, Dallas Mavericks 104 (OT). ...

After Marcus Thornton brought Brooklyn back in the third quarter, Joe Johnson took the reins in the fourth and in overtime I'm going to keep it short tonight, but by no means should that diminish the huge win your Brooklyn Nets obtained tonight over the Mavericks down in Dallas, Brooklyn's 4th straight win. Dallas, mainly former Nets Devin Harris and Vince...

Nets top Mavs 107-104 in OT in Kidd's Dallas visit

DALLAS (AP) Joe Johnson scored 22 points, including the tying layup in regulation and the go-ahead 3-pointer in overtime to lead the Brooklyn Nets past the Mavericks 107-104 Sunday night in Jason Kidd's return to Dallas as a coach.
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