Brooklyn Nets Owner Mikhail Prokhorov's Company Searched In MoscowRussia's main domestic security agency has searched the offices of a company controlled by Mikhail Prokhorov, the billionaire owner of the Brooklyn Nets.
Keidel: Even With Knicks Brutal, Nets No Closer To Making Dent In NYCSo the Nets have gone against their nature and hired someone somewhat competent, from a royal basketball family no less. It may not matter.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Winning Week Without Playing A GameThe Nets have their general manager and a lot of work to do. It's important Mikhail Prokhorov now get out of the way.
Lichtenstein: Nets Get High Marks If They Lure Spurs’ Assistant For GMAs far as sports theory goes, a woebegone franchise such as the Nets would not be unwise to pick off the fruit of a winning team’s tree when looking to cultivate a new culture.
Report: Nets Offer GM Job To Spurs' Exec Sean MarksMarks, 40, is a rising star and won't be easy to pry away from the perennial power Spurs, who reportedly are expected to do everything they can to keep him.
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Lichtenstein: Nets Enter The All-Star Break Waiting On Prokhorov To ActForget the games. The items of most interest concerning the Brooklyn Nets for the rest of this season will be related to events off the basketball court. That makes the upcoming week a must-follow for fans.
Lichtenstein: Nets Should Pass On Ferry In GM SearchThe reality of the Nets’ current predicament couldn’t be more depressing.
Report: 4 Serious Candidates Emerge In Nets' GM SearchThe Nets hope to put a new general manager in place before the NBA trade deadline on Feb. 18. It appears they are getting closer to doing so.
Lichtenstein: Nets’ Prokhorov A Winner On The Finances, But A Loser On The CourtSomewhere in his Russian bat cave, Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov probably had two reports on his desk on Thursday.
Lichtenstein: Nets May Feel Better Under Brown, But Won't Win MoreThe era of good feelings didn’t last very long in Brooklyn.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Ability To Judge Talent To Fill GM Is QuestionableMikhail Prokhorov said Monday that he would be more visible around the team while the organization searches for replacements for head coach and GM. Yet he left Wednesday's win early.