New Jersey Nets: The New York Times is reporting that the Nets have been sold to Bruce Ratner for $300 million and the next step could very well be a move to Brooklyn. Of course, there are still obstacles to transfer the team across state lines once its lease ends in Continental Arena in 2008, but a last-minute proposal from Charles Kushner also for an estimated $300 million that would keep the team in New Jersey was not even looked at down the stretch. "He just wasn't there," one executive said of the dealings. "Ratner wanted this thing so bad, he did what it took to get it."
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