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The State of the Brooklyn Nets

Mikhail Prokhorov purchased the Nets and moved them into New York. He thought that by spending frivolously, the Nets would take over the city. Unfortunately, through horrible signing and equally horrible trades, the Nets are in serious trouble. 639 more words


Lichtenstein: The King Of All Spin -- Nets’ General Manager Defends His Plan

By Steve Lichtenstein
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Billy King’s timing couldn’t have been better.

The Nets’ general manager happened to schedule his season-in-review press conference on the same day that Isiah Thomas, … 927 more words


Will Anyone Value The Nets At $3 Billion? Because That's What Mikhail Prokhorov Wants

Mikhail Prokhorov, the Russian billionaire and current majority stakeholder of the Brooklyn Nets, is seeking to sell a minority interest, and reports are he’s valuing the stadium and team at $3 billion. 149 more words


Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is looking to sell a minority interest in team

The Brooklyn Nets are still available for sale – well, at least part of it.

Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov ended his agreement with investment bank Evercore Partners, who he hired to explore a sale of the team. 157 more words

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Report: Prokhorov takes Nets off the market

Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov has reportedly ended an agreement with investment bank Evercore Partners to explore a potential sale of the team (Rovell, March 10… 192 more words


Report: Groups From China, Qatar Among Nets' Potential Suitors

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It seems Mikhail Prokhorov won’t have a hard time finding a buyer for the Brooklyn Nets. That is, if he decides to take the money and run. 206 more words


Here's another reason New York is dying.

The NBA All-Star Game and accompanying hoopla (pun?) is set to begin today in New York City and last through the weekend. For the first time in its history, the events of All-Star Weekend will be split between two venues: Madison Square Garden, home of the New York Knicks and Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets. 1,673 more words

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