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Topic - Brett Yormark
Kentucky will play Maryland in the inaugural Barclays Center Classic next year.
The New Jersey Nets have started selling their premium season tickets for their inaugural NBA season at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn in 2012-13.
Owned by a Russian, awaiting two games in London and preparing for a move to New York, the New Jersey Nets have the look of globe-trotters.
"Obviously, we would encourage the ACC to put us in what potentially might be a rotation of venues," Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark said. "We've got to earn our stripes. We've got to provide an extraordinary experience to get them to come back, and that would certainly be the goal."
Brett Yormark, the Nets' CEO, said in a statement that there would be food and beverage specials starting at 5:30 p.m.