Found July 04, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Brooklyn Nets rookie head coach Jason Kidd needed some assistant coaches with NBA experience and the ability to help wade Kidd through what should be a rough rookie coaching campaign. Kidd reached out to a familiar face, and it didn’t come cheap.  ESPN New York is reporting that Lawrence Frank will return to the Nets, this time as an assistant coach, helping his former star point guard. Frank will reportedly earn $1 million a season, over a four-year deal. That deal will make Frank the highest-paid assistant in the NBA. Frank was recently fired after two failed seasons in Detroit, but Kidd thought the hire was a no brainer. “He’s a guy I can lean on, ask him any question, he pretty much has all the answers,” Kidd said Wednesday at the Nets’ summer team practice. “I’m happy he’s on board. He’s been a head coach in this league, he’s been an assistant, so he understands what it takes to be successful. I’m very lucky to have a special guy like that.”

Jason Kidd Holds First Practice As Nets Head Coach

Brooklyn Nets rookie head coach held his first practice as a head coach on Wednesday according to ESPN New York. Kidd and the Nets will be participating in the Orlando Summer League, as the Nets will take on the Pistons. “I’m [more] observant right now,” Kidd said. “Someone brought up it could be sort of a ‘summer school’ type situation where I’m learning from [some...

Lawrence Frank Becomes NBA's Highest Paid Assistant

Lawrence Frank has the NBA's richest contract for an assistant head coach. Frank has signed a four-year, $4 million deal with the Brooklyn Nets. Mike Malone was previously the NBA's richest assistant as $750,000 per season with the Golden State Warriors. Malone left the Warriors to become head coach of the Sacramento Kings this offseason. Frank was most recently head coach...

Report: Nets Set To Pay $80 Million In Luxury Taxes

The Brooklyn Nets are going to pay a price for chasing and trying to buy a championship.  ESPN New York is reporting that the Nets and owner Mikhail Prokhorov will pay $80 million in luxury taxes next season. The Nets payroll will be around $100 million next season, with the majority of their payroll coming from their new starting five. Deron Williams will make ($18.5 million...

Nets Set to Spend $80 Million in Luxury Taxes

Mikhail Prokhorov seems to really enjoy playing the NBA 2K series so much that he has turned the Brooklyn Nets in to his real like franchise mode team. ESPN New York is reporting that Prokhorov will pay approximately $80 million in luxury taxes next season, bringing their payroll to around $100 million. The majority of the payroll comes from the “Big Five” that Brooklyn has assembled...

Report: Kyle Korver Won’t Sign With Nets

Despite a report saying free agent Kyle Korver to the Brooklyn Nets was “in the bag,” and a social media recruit from former teammate Deron Williams, the sharpshooting swingman will reportedly not be heading to Brooklyn. According to Chris Broussard of ESPN, the Nets simply don’t have the money.  The most they can offer is around 3-years, $10 million – and Korver’s ...

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Nets Sign Bojan Bogdanovic to Three-Year Deal

AP Photo Sources have told Yahoo! Sports the Brooklyn Nets have reached an agreement with 2011 draft pick Bojan Bagdanovic. The deal is set for three years. Nets have reached agreement to bring 2012 draft pick Bojan Bogdanovic to the NBA this season, league source tells Y! Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 6, 2013   The third year in the contract will allow a player...

Study: Kim Kardashian greatly improved Kris Humphries’ on court production

We know that the twelve minutes, or whatever it was that Kris Humphries was married to Kim Kardashian improved his Q rating. However, did you know it actually improved his on the court production as well? Yes, Kim Kardashian, that Kim Kardashian. Really, it did. Our good friends over at Seat Crunch actually did a study Quantifying Celebrity Influence on Athlete Performance. And...

Source: Nets Interested In Signing Shaun Livingston

The Brooklyn Nets have serious interest in signing Shaun Livingston, a source close to the team confirmed. Livingston, an unrestricted free agent, averaged 6.3 points and 3.3 assists in in 66 games last season for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Washington Wizards. The Nets are likely to sign a backup point guard to the veteran’s minimum.

Jason Kidd Is Lying His Ass Off For The Team

Jason Kidd is a real coach now, lying his balls off for the ego of his star player. Asked his opinion from a reporter, Kidd said Deron Williams is a better player than himself. I’m not sure if this means today, or ever, or really any time since 1994. But I’ll tell you this – ******** just not true. Happy 4th! Celts Get Stevens

Aww Jason Kidds First Huddle

Wook at the widdle guy. First day on the job and successfully called a huddle…well, they could be a little tighter. But I’m a nitpicker, I can’t help myself! Kidds Ex On The Beach Evil Jason Kidd Staffs Up
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