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October 24, 2014 Updates

For the first time ever, the Brooklyn Nets NBA franchise has entered into an exclusive partnership with a fantasy sports company. The Nets have notched a deal with daily fantasy sports leader FanDuel, which will make FanDuel an official sponsor of the team and ensure FanDuel exposure during all Nets home games at the Barclays Center, along with an enhanced presence on television and radio broadcasts. FanDuel will also be entitled to more prominent exposure on the Nets’ official home page as part of the sponsorship. Forbes.com

October 23, 2014 Updates

Together, coach Jason Kidd and veterans Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett were supposed to lead Brooklyn into championship contention. Now, Pierce and Kidd are gone and hardly anyone views the Nets as a championship caliber team. “I definitely didn’t see all that coming,” Pierce, now with the Wizards, said this morning. “I think it all started probably with Jason leaving, it’s kind of like a domino from there. … I was a little disappointed, because I thought I was going to come back there and Jason was one of the main reasons I came to Brooklyn, him and Kevin.” Bergen Record

A Palestinian-American student alleged that she was assaulted by a group of Jewish fans at a Brooklyn arena during an exhibition basketball game between the host Nets and Israel’s Maccabi Tel Aviv. Nerdeen Kiswani, 20, said that she was punched in the stomach and had a Palestinian flag taken from her hands during the October 7 game at the Barclays Center by a group that included Leonard Petlakh, the executive director of the Kings Bay YM-YWHA, who was punched outside the arena after the game. Kiswani, who wears a hijab, is a student at Hunter College in Manhattan, where Petlakh also teaches. Haaretz

October 21, 2014 Updates

Teletovic, asked about contract negotiations, said he would worry about that once the season is over, but he did say that he would listen to offers from the Nets as well as "other teams." NetsDaily

Brooklyn Nets minority owner Bruce Ratner is putting his majority share of Barclays Center on the market. "Our goal is to identify a strategic partner as we continue to capitalize on the great performance of Barclays Center and the promise of Nassau Coliseum," Barclays Center spokesman Barry Baum said in a statement. "The current management team [Ratner and Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark] will continue in its existing role." ESPN.com

THE TOP 50 PLAYERS IN NETS HISTORY

Deron Williams and Joe Johnson move up a few spots in a list topped by their former head coach.

   

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