Lichtenstein: Nets Have Cash For Free Agents, But Will It Be Enough To Entice Anyone Good?As the NBA heads into its free agent negotiating period on Friday (contracts cannot be signed until July 7), Brooklyn should own the third-most salary cap space in the league at around $55 million.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Draft Day Trade A Case Of Poor Marks-ManshipEvidently, Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks has no issue with burying the franchise even deeper before attempting to dig out.
Nets Emerge From Draft With Pair Of Shooting GuardsThe Indiana Pacers selected Michigan's Caris LeVert with the 20th overall pick Thursday. His rights, however, are expected to be traded to the Nets after the teams agreed to a trade earlier in the day.
Report: Nets Trade Young To Indiana For First-Round Pick Thursday, Future Second-RounderThe Brooklyn Nets have reportedly traded small forward Thaddeus Young to the Indiana Pacers for the 20th overall pick in Thursday night's draft and a future second-round selection.
Lichtenstein: Nets Will Be Mostly Invisible While Hosting NBA DraftAs a Nets fan, I may need to medicate myself to get through the draft. It may be held inside the Nets’ house, but they weren’t invited.
Lichtenstein: Ex-Net Kerry Kittles Scores Gig On Princeton BenchOn Tuesday, former Nets guard Kerry Kittles was added to the Princeton University men’s basketball staff as an assistant coach.
Nets Coach Kenny Atkinson On WFAN: 'We're Going To Have To Look Under Every Rock' For PlayersPerhaps no other word has been uttered more by new Nets coach Kenny Atkinson over the past two days than "patience."
Lichtenstein: Nets' Atkinson Knows Winning Won't Come OvernightThe expectations for the recently hired Nets coach who was introduced to the media Monday afternoon couldn't be any lower.
Nets Formally Introduce New Head Coach Kenny AtkinsonNearly a month after hiring him, the Brooklyn Nets formally introduced Kenny Atkinson as their new head coach Monday.
Lichtenstein: Nets On The Mark With Atkinson HiringKenny Atkinson may or may not be the Nets' savior on the bench, but he is is well respected around the league for his development skills.
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.
Lichtenstein: What Nets Will Look Like Next Season Is Anyone's GuessAnyone who hung around to watch the final days of this Nets’ season, which mercifully came to an end with a 103-96 home loss to the Raptors’ B team on Wednesday, well, they’re a glutton for punishment.

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