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The Brooklyn Nets have signed veteran forward Josh Childress.
Nets general manager Billy King announced the signing Thursday. While terms were not disclosed, Childress got a one-year, non-guaranteed contract.
The 29-year-old Childress averaged 2.9 points and 2.8 rebounds in 34 games with Phoenix last season. The fourth pick overall in the 2004 draft out of Stanford has career averages of 9.5 points and 4.9 rebounds in 373 career games with Atlanta and Phoenix. He also spent two seasons in Greece, starting in 2008.
The signing comes a day after the Nets announced they had inked free-agent forward Andray Blatche.
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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.
Last week we had reported that the Nets were interested in Josh Childress, and then decided to work him out this week.
Well, they finally came to their senses and signed Childress to a 1 year deal.
Brooklyn is going to be fun to watch this season.
In which has already been a busy off-season for the brooklyn Nets, today the Nets added some extra depth and athleticism onto their roster today by signing forward Josh Childress to a one-year contract. Childress himself confirmed the deal with the Nets on his twitter account.
This is a non-guaranteed deal, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports and the NBC Sports Network...
The Brooklyn Nets signed free-agent forward Andray Blatche on Wednesday.
Terms of the contract weren't disclosed.
The 6-foot-11 Blatche averaged 8.5 points and 5.8 rebounds in 26 games last season for the Washington Wizards. He missed the final 40 games because of a calf injury.
Washington waived Blatche in July, designating him as the team's amnesty player. The move enabled...
Are you ready for your first look at the Nets home court in the Barclays Center? The floor is a herringbone pattern that takes inspiration from the Celtics old parquet floors. The Nets get to take their first shots at Barclays Center Oct. 15 in an exhibition game against the Wizards. Their first regular-season test [...]
A select few NBA venues can be identified with one glance at the court. The parquet floor is synonymous with the Boston Celtics, no matter how much the Orlando Magic try to steal it. The odd lighting in Madison Square Garden makes it obvious to a TV viewer that the Knicks are playing at home. Even the Charlotte Hornets once had a instantly recognizable, if tacky, court design with...
This is weird. With all the buzz about Brooklyn’s new squad and all their upgrading and financial success…..Jay Z is nowhere to be found. In terms of interviews that is.
Apparently the franchise owner is turning down any and all interview requests about the Brooklyn Nets. Dude even turned down an interview with the New York Times.
Nobody turns down the Times, man.
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