Mikhail Prokhorov’s five-year plan hasn’t panned out so far for the Nets (via Business Insider)
After acquiring Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett over the Summer, it was clear the Brooklyn Nets were being built to win now. While Brooklyn has clawed their way back to respectability in 2014, they’re still a long way from reaching their championship goal. With a win against Utah...
The Nets completed the first trade of deadline week, landing guard Marcus Thornton, and could be close to making another move, bringing in Lakers big man Jordan Hill.
Yahoo! Sports first reported the Nets’ interest in Hill, but sources told Sporting News that Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov gave the green light on Wednesday afternoon to a trade that would bring Hill—who was drafted...
Luxury tax…. Mikhail Prokhorov doesn’t care about no stinking luxury tax
Prokhorov loves to spend money…in a time when most owners and general managers looks to get themselves under the luxury tax the Nets have managed to find a way to owe more.
The Nets and Kings have agreed in principle to a trade that will send Marcus Thornton to Brooklyn in exchange for Jason Terry and...
When Mikhail Prokhorov last saw his Nets play in person, back on Nov. 1 in the team’s win over the Heat in its home-opener, he said his new slogan for the Nets was “Aiming for Amazing.”
Assuming Prokhorov takes in his second Nets game Thursday in O2 Arena, where the Nets will face the Hawks, he’ll be watching a team that’s now “Aiming for Acceptable.”
Much has happened...
It’s not often that we get to talk about Russian revolution Vladimir Lenin on this website but when his spirit is invoked by current Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov, it needs to be known why.
Recently, Mikhail spoke with Yes Network’s Sarah Kustok about his team’s current state and she asked him where he came up with the five-year championship plan which is how Mr. Lenin...
ONE RING OR ANOTHER
In a recent interview with the NY Post, Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov said if the Nets don't win a title in the next three seasons, he will tie the knot as a means of discipline.
Brooklyn Nets fans who are expecting big things from their team in the post-New Jersey era can rest assured knowing that the team’s owner feels the same. Mikhail Prokhorov expects the Nets to win a championship in the very near future. The Nets owner has vowed to deliver for the fans since he took over more than two years ago, and he took it a step further during a recent interview...
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