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Net Income / NetsDaily 5 hours ago
NETS SIGN TAUREAN PRINCE TO TWO-YEAR, $29 MILLION EXTENSION

NETS SIGN TAUREAN PRINCE TO TWO-YEAR, $29 MILLION EXTENSION

Photo by Steven Ryan/ The Nets are still spending money. Mikhail Prokhorov may be done, but Joe Tsai on Monday proved that he too is willing pay out big bucks. Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Nets have agreed to a two-year, $29 million extension for Taurean Prince who they acquired in June in what was a salary dump to free up cap space, but now looks a lot different. Brooklyn Nets F Taurean Prince has agreed to a two-year, $29M contract extension, CAA Sports' Steve Heumann tells ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 21, 2019 The Nets who had to extend Prince by 6 p.m....
Net Income / NetsDaily 11 hours ago
Big day for Spencer Dinwiddie’s SD8 investment vehicle

Big day for Spencer Dinwiddie’s SD8 investment vehicle

Photo by Al Bello/ Well at least now it has a name. Spencer Dinwiddie’s investment vehicle will be known as SD8 coins .., and despite NBA continuing disapproval, he plans to start selling them Monday. According to Shlomo Sprung, writing for Fobes, here’s how the unconventional plan will work. On Monday, the 26-year-old will launch his blockchain-based investment platform DREAM Fan Shares, where he’ll sell 90 bond-like SD8 coins— what DREAM is calling Professional Athlete Investment Tokens— that will allow him to collect a large chunk of his guaranteed three-year, $34 million...
NetsDaily 13 hours ago
The Glue Guys Podcast: Nets Season Preview Superlatives

The Glue Guys Podcast: Nets Season Preview Superlatives

Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports Predicting what will happen this season for the Nets via high school year book superlatives The Glue Guys preview the Brooklyn Nets season by handing out superlatives, expectations for Caris LeVert, the lack of concern of Kyrie Irving’s ‘personality,’ when/if Kevin Durant will come back and why they’re all hopped up on David Nwaba. Subscribe on iTunes to The Glue Guys Nets Podcast http://twitch.tv/glueguys | Twitter @BKGlueGuys
Net Income / NetsDaily 15 hours ago
China fatigue still draining Nets as players try to adjust

China fatigue still draining Nets as players try to adjust

Photo by Steven Ryan/ It was evident from the first minute Friday night at Barclays. The Nets didn’t have it. And Kenny Atkinson thinks it may be that the aren’t over their stressful China trip. “When we came back there was special protocol,” Atkinson said at practice last week. “It wasn’t like we were coming back from Philly or something. We had a plan in place, put together by our performance team obviously, and we adhere to it. I think we knew this when we first added the trip that was going to be important, how we treated this week.” And for two Nets, Joe Harris and...
Net Income / NetsDaily Oct 20, 2019
Knick fans —and their enablers— still in denial about Nets ‘Clean Sweep’

Knick fans —and their enablers— still in denial about Nets ‘Clean Sweep’

Knicks propaganda will not die ... but as usual facts are getting in the way of their narrative. In his latest comments on the Nets “clean sweep” on opening night of free agency, ESPN’s Jalen Rose claimed Kevin Durant was “considering” the Knicks but his injury in Game 5 of the NBA Finals killed New York’s chances. Speaking with reporters at a Puma event in New York, the former Knick laid out his theory, which has been embraced by Knicks fans as a way of retaining their belief that the Knicks, —despite having the NBA’s worst record since 2000— remain a marquee...
Net Income / NetsDaily Oct 19, 2019
ESPN: Expect Nets to be ‘front of the line’ if Warriors’ Alfonzo McKinnie clears waivers

ESPN: Expect Nets to be ‘front of the line’ if Warriors’ Alfonzo McKinnie clears waivers

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Free agency 2019 will never end. The Nets now appear to be interested in Alfonzo McKinnie, the 6’8” small forward the Warriors are expected to be waived officially on Saturday. In a summary of possible NBA last minute moves, Bobby Marks writes... Expect Brooklyn to be at the front of the line if former Warrior Alfonzo McKinnie clears waivers. The Nets have an open two-way spot available and can sign the forward as a replacement for the suspended Wilson Chandler (missing the first 25 games). If McKinnie is signed before the season, the...
Net Income / NetsDaily Oct 19, 2019
It’s going to get ‘complicated’ for the Nets and their owner

It’s going to get ‘complicated’ for the Nets and their owner

Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports Across the world, it’s a common refrain when the citizens of an authoritarian society are asked about politics and human rights, particularly by a western reporter. “It’s complicated,” they will say in their native language, hinting that they have their own thoughts about the society, but don’t want to go on the record and jeopardize their job, their personal security. In a way, that’s what Joe Tsai was saying in his open letter to fans last week in China. While conceding that Rockets GM Daryl Morey has a right to “freely express” his...
Net Income / NetsDaily Oct 18, 2019
Nets waive four players to bring roster down to 16

Nets waive four players to bring roster down to 16

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via No surprise. The Nets on Friday night requested waivers on guards Devin Cannady, CJ Massinburg and C.J. Williams and forward Lance Thomas. None of the four played vs. the Raptors. Brooklyn’s roster now stands at 16 players including two-way player Henry Ellenson, the 6’11” former Knick who played seven minutes Friday. Of the four, Cannady and Massinburg are automatically eligible to move to the Long Island Nets. The Nets will have to acquire Williams G League rights are held by the Iowa Wolves if they want him to join the Nets affiliate. ...
NetsDaily Oct 18, 2019
Defending champs blowout Nets at home in preseason finale, 123-107

Defending champs blowout Nets at home in preseason finale, 123-107

Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports And with that, we’re done. The 2019 NBA Preseason is officially over, ending Friday night as the Brooklyn Nets lost to the Toronto Raptors at home, 123-107. This was ugly. Brooklyn shot just 38 percent from the floor on the evening, while allowing the Raptors to make 24 threes, on 51.1 percent shooting from beyond the arc. Toronto was led by OG Anunoby and Fred VanVleet, who combined to score 34 points in three quarters. Kyle Lowry played 25 minutes, in his first preseason game, scoring 9 points on 3-of-12 shooting. Toronto scored 101 points through the...
NetsDaily Oct 18, 2019
Live Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Toronto Raptors, 7:30 PM EST

Live Game Thread: Brooklyn Nets vs. Toronto Raptors, 7:30 PM EST

Photo by Takashi Aoyama/ This is it. We’ve made it. The end of the NBA preseason for the Brooklyn Nets. The next time we see them in action the games will actually count. Friday night they take on the defending champs, the Toronto Raptors, as we’ll get to see Kyrie Irving take the court - though, he’s not expected to play a ton of minutes. WHAT: Nets vs. Raptors WHERE: YES Network WHEN: 7:30 PM ALSO: Look for a YES feature on Kenny Atkinson at halftime. The network wired him during a recent practice. Game Preview: With tonight being the last game of the preseason, this could be...
NetsDaily Oct 18, 2019
Nets fans, join the NetsDaily FanPulse

Nets fans, join the NetsDaily FanPulse

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Let your voice be heard! We are considered the voice of the Nets community here at NetsDaily, and we talk every day about how the Nets are doing—whether they’ll win their upcoming game or how readers feel about the latest roster drama. Now, we’re starting a new polling project that will pull together the insights of the most plugged-in Nets fans. If that describes you, then SIGN UP HERE to join us on our new project called SB Nation FanPulse. If you sign up, you’ll be among a hand-selected group from NetsDaily who answers quick polls each...
Net Income / NetsDaily Oct 18, 2019
Taurean Prince: ‘I want to be here as long as I can’

Taurean Prince: ‘I want to be here as long as I can’

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Taurean Prince spoke to Brian Lewis about his contract situation with the Nets —they have to decide by Monday whether to extend him— and it turned into (yet another) player love fest with the Brooklyn organization. “I want to be here as long as I can. And whatever happens, happens, but I’m just happy to play good basketball,” Prince told The Post. “One hundred percent, yeah. For sure. This is the best organization I’ve been in. “Top to bottom, from Sean [Marks] all the way to the cooks to the janitors, [everybody’s] involved in...
Net Income / NetsDaily Oct 18, 2019
Kenny Atkinson: Despite controversy, Nets China trip good for team bonding

Kenny Atkinson: Despite controversy, Nets China trip good for team bonding

Photo by STR/AFP via The Nets and their coach are still a bit shell-shocked from last week’s trip to Shanghai and Shenzhen, two games marked by an international incident that started with a tweet by Rockets GM Daryl Morey and included a controversial message to fans by Joe Tsai and a refusal by CCTV-5, China’s ESPN, to show the games. Not to mention mental and physical strain brought on by the controversy and 15-hour plane rides. Still, at the end of the day, Kenny Atkinson and those players who’ve made themselves available to the media think the bonding under pressure could...
NetsDaily Oct 17, 2019
Nets wrap up preseason vs Raptors

Nets wrap up preseason vs Raptors

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Think about it this way: the Brooklyn Nets' trip to China went a hell of a lot better than UCLA's did two years ago. Granted, the consequences of this week's international incident will last a lot longer and cost more financially than three kids boosting items from stores, but at least no one got tossed into the clink. You take the little victories where you can. One other point about the Pac 12 games of two years ago and the NBA today. It was Joe Tsai, then sponsor of the college games, who arranged for the release of LiAngelo Ball and his...
NetsDaily Oct 17, 2019
New York Liberty will move into Barclays Center starting in 2020

New York Liberty will move into Barclays Center starting in 2020

Photo by Chris Marion/NBAE via It’s official. After two seasons playing in Westchester County, the New York Liberty have a new home. Starting in 2020, the team will be playing its 17 home games at the Barclays Center. Bleacher Report's Arielle Chambers was the first to break the news: I WILL RELAY THE GREAT NEWS!!!! In 2020, the @nyliberty will play in Barclays! YASSSS!!! They deserveeeee!!!!— Arielle (Ari) Chambers (@ariivory) October 17, 2019 The team shortly put out a press release that included this quote from new Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center CEO David Levy: “We are...

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