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In a recent interview with the NY Post, Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov said if the Nets don't win a title in the next three seasons, he will tie the knot as a means of discipline.
Brooklyn's new home team is understandably amped about its debut on Thursday, when the Nets and Knicks are due to tip off at the Barclays Center. That debut could be complicated, though, if fans do not have a way to get there.
Hurricane Sandy's aftermath left nearly all travel avenues in New York City devastated, with all public transportation and almost...
Those crazy Russian oligarchs. They are such jokesters.
Mikhail Prokhorov, the absurdly wealthy owner of the Brooklyn Nets, is an interesting fellow. He famously declared two years ago that the Nets would win and NBA title within five years, and despite bolstering the roster by adding Joe Johnson to a core of Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Gerald Wallace during the offseason, the...
When Mikhail Prokhorov bought the Nets, he immediately unveiled his aggressive plan to win at least on championship in the first five years of his ownership.
This is year three in Prokhorov’s reign and there is still no championship. But after an offseason that included re-signing Deron Williams and adding Joe Johnson, players are beginning to believe that a championship is near...
The internet has been very good at painting New Jersey Brooklyn Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov as a bit of a goofball or a cartoon character. His most recent interview with the New York Post has done nothing to quell this suspiscion or stereotype. Here is a direct quote from the interview.“Q: Is marriage something you would consider some day?A: I have said that if the Nets don’t...
Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov will punish himself with marriage if Nets don't win title soon.
Q: Is marriage something you would consider some day?
A: I have said that if the Nets don’t...
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Brooklyn Nets power forward rocks the mullet as Kenny Powers for his Halloween costume. Kris is so original these days, way to be creative Hump. Dude should have dressed up as Kanye.-TO
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The Brooklyn Nets regular season debut in their spanking new arena is in jeopardy because of superstorm Sandy which wreaked destruction on most of the eastern seaboard.
The Nets were set to host the New York Knicks in their new cross-city rivalry on Thursday at the Barclays Center but the league is considering postponing the game while New York City picks up the pieces of the devastating...
The Brooklyn Nets star point guard has went against every Knicks fan in New York and said Raymond Felton over Jeremy Lin. Williams made the statement outside of a Nets scrimmage he was unable to partake in because of tendinitis in his foot.
I can go on the record and say I do agree with the Nets captain, but only time will tell-not fortune telling. It is almost hard to argue for...
Brooklyn Nets All-Star Deron Williams said Saturday that Raymond Felton is a better playmaker than the point guard he replaced in New York, Jeremy Lin.
Lin outplayed Williams last Feb. 4 in a stunning performance off the bench, starting a phenomenon that became known as Linsanity. But the Knicks opted not to match the $25.1 million deal Lin signed with Houston, having already completed...
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Knicks vs. Nets Player Preview
It’s time to break down the battle of New York as the Knicks and Nets meet up in each team’s regular season opener. There’s bound to be fireworks at the Barclays Center and here are the players you want to keep an eye out for.
Despite praising Jeremy Lin, Brooklyn Nets floor general Deron Williams contends the New York Knicks upgraded at the point guard position by acquiring Raymond Felton in July. The 24-year-old Lin, who suffered a torn left meniscus in late-March that required … Continue reading →
NBA schedule-makers don't mess around. How else do you explain the Brooklyn Nets opening their season with a home game, the first official regular season game at Barclays Center, against the New York Knicks?
The Knicks and Nets opener scheduled for Thursday is in jeopardy after the devastation left by hurricane Sandy.
NBA spokesman Tim Frank tweeted this about the league schedule Tuesday morning: “For the many asking: Tonight’s NBA games will be played. We are still assessing the situation with regards to the rest of the week.”
The NBA will determine if games will played as...