Brett Yormark Rumors

Yormark also hinted that the Nets could once again travel to China next fall for preseason. On Linsanity, Yormark shied away from the phenomenon that made Lin famous four years ago… “We’re not looking to replicating Linsanity. I think what you have to do based on his arrival in Brooklyn, let whatever’s going to happen, happen organically. We’ll let the fans dictate that. Jeremy came here because he’s going to be a starter for the Brooklyn Nets. He’s focused on helping us create a new culture and the next chapter in the Brooklyn Nets history. And I think that’s what we’re focused on. We’re not necessarily focused on Linsanity or anything like that.”
However, of the nine, only the Nets and Raptors have opened their doors with the others scheduled to greet players anywhere between this fall and fall of 2018. That means only the two already opened can be used to sell free agents this summer. And it’s not just players who will find the facilities attractive. SBJ says they’re becoming important in recruiting coaching and other staff. (As a member of the Spurs front office, Sean Marks got a preview of HSS early last season.) “It’s a first-class addition to what we already do here in Brooklyn,” Brett Yormark told SBJ. “It’s one train stop from Barclays Center and 15 to 20 minutes by car. Most importantly, it’s a great recruiting chip.”