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September 5, 2012

Nets Won't Live In Brooklyn: Report

Players choose New Jersey, Manhattan over borough digs.

Park Slope Patch
by Paul Leonard

Where's Marty Markowitz's outrage?

When the final buzzer hits at Barclays Center, it'll be more "Goodbye" than "Hello, Brooklyn" for the starting lineup of the Nets.

According to the New York Times, Brooklyn Nets players are passing on making the borough of Kings home—instead opting for living arrangements in New Jersey and Manhattan.

“Brooklyn has some great places,” Nets point guard Deron Williams said. “But four bedrooms, they don’t have it.”

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Posted by eric at September 5, 2012 10:27 AM