They've gotta go with Brooklyn - it would ensure a rabid following amongst Brooklynites, and to call them the New York Nets would doom them to forever being "that other New York team".
Plus, (and maybe this is just the former Brooklynite in me), I have to think that there would be more merchandising potential in the Brooklyn name. New York already has, what, seven other pro sports teams?
-MHM, winner of the 2000 Throwdown in Christmastown.
Not that, given his history, he'll be able to stay in Milwaukee, but Drew Gooden, who averaged 10.9 PPG and 7 RPG last year while splitting time between the Mavericks and Clippers, will sign a 5-year, $32 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks, SI.