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'NEWARK' NETS GET CALLED FOR TRAVELING Brooklyn. East Rutherford. Newark. Nets players said they really don't care where they play their games.

If you wanted to throw in Cabo San Lucas or the Greek islands, maybe they would have a different point of view.

"It's something out of our control. We play where they tell us," said Devin Harris who, along with the rest of the Nets , were told to play the Sixers at St. John's in Jamaica - Queens, not the Caribbean island - last night.

The Nets finished the preseason with a 1-6 record after beating the Sixers 110-88. Rookie Terrence Williams led the way with 23 points, eight assists, five rebounds and four steals.

The Nets might be playing their home games next season at the Prudential Center in Newark while their proposed arena is built in Brooklyn. It's all contingent on Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov completing his purchase of the team, and that only will happen with a move to Brooklyn. So the Nets are considering a move to Newark - "strongly considering," one team official said - during construction in Brooklyn.

"We may consider an agreement to play our home games at the Prudential Center, through the time we move to our new home," said CEO Brett Yormark in a statement that claimed the Nets would be in Brooklyn in 2011-12.

For this season, at least, the Nets will remain in the Meadowlands' Izod Center, hardly the Garden of Eden.

"I've grown accustomed to the place," Brook Lopez said. "We've got to play somewhere. I'm not really thinking about it. We're here to play Basketball. We're here at St. John's tonight. So we play to win here."

The Nets played two games in Newark, home to the Devils, including a game against the Knicks that drew a reported crowd of 15,721 Wednesday. That included several thousand giveaways.

"I thought it was a good facility," Lopez said.

"We really don't look at where we play but the Newark crowd was pretty nice," Chris Douglas-Roberts said, "Especially for a preseason game."


The Nets' injury woes continued last night: Bobby Simmons (stomach virus), Devin Harris (groin) and Eduardo Najera (groin) did not play.

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