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Undocumented immigrants are proud and loud now with their demands
Topic - Christophe Charlier
"We're really trying to differentiate ourselves from any of the other NBA teams, or even the other teams in U.S. sports, in that we want to offer our product, which is NBA-quality basketball, to fans all over the world," said Christophe Charlier, the chairman of the board of directors for the Nets.
"We're making big efforts to make the Nets Russia's home team," Charlier said from his office in Moscow, where he is also deputy CEO of the Prokhorov-owned Onexim Group. "It wouldn't be a surprise that we're going to do some interesting things in the Russian market during the offseason."