|Letter via NetsDaily|
That suggests that the highly-paid Deron Williams and Joe Johnson--some three years ago introduced with enormous fanfare as "Brooklyn's Backcourt"--are on the outs. The Nets have unsuccessfully tried to trade them and their contracts.
"We also want to update you that our world-class HSS Training Center is on pace to open during next season, which will give our players and coaches a state-of-the-art practice facility in Brooklyn," Yormark and King declared.
That's Yormarkian spin.
The new facility in Sunset Park is not "on pace to open during next season," unless they changed the pace. It was announced last year as opening "for the 2015-16 NBA Season."
The New York Post reported:
“Brett and Billy are very transparent with season-ticket holders,’’ Nets chief communications officer Barry Baum said in confirming the letter. “We continue to be a very accessible franchise. After the trip, they wanted our fans to know what’s on ownership’s mind and our plans going forward.’’Not so.