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NETS AD: COME SEE FIRST WIN! It's been seven years since an NBA team started off as poorly as the 0-10 Nets have, but with a record that bad, and a possible move to Brooklyn looming on the horizon, the team hasn't tried to sugarcoat its struggles or ignored its incompetence. No, the proactive Nets are actually marketing the winless start to ticket buyers.

Using a slogan - " Nets Basketball says '10 is Enough!' " - that reeks of gallows humor, the team is thanking its few season-ticket holders by giving them a pair of extra tickets for tonight's game with the Pacers.

"We're trying to be proactive here, trying to get as many people here as we can to cheer our team on," Nets president Rod Thorn said. "We're just trying to keep moving."

Thorn said the response to the ad campaign "appears to be pretty good right now."

"Hopefully we perform admirably," he said. "I think some [fans] see that we're playing better, playing hard, and there are some obvious changes on the horizon. Others, they want victories. They pay their money, come out, they want to see their team win. They're not interested in next year - they want to see it now."

The talent-starved and injury-riddled Nets are off to the worst start in the league since the Grizzlies opened 0-13 in 2002-03. They have played with just eight healthy bodies four times already, but will be up to nine tonight after Bobby Simmons returned from handling a personal matter in Chicago.

The Nets could actually make it 11 by this weekend, if all goes well with point guard Devin Harris and off-guard Courtney Lee.

"We had some bodies out there, so it was good to see some guys back," coach Lawrence Frank said.

Harris, who went through his first full practice since last month, said it is possible he will play tomorrow at Milwaukee, but Saturday against the Knicks is far more likely.

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