New Jersey moves Nets to Brooklyn

New Jersey residents moved all of the team's equipment and office furniture and materials to an abandoned warehouse in Brooklyn today to help the winless team finally complete its intended move to Brooklyn. "We put out the call, and thousands of New Jersey residents volunteered," said Gov. Jon Corzine. "We actually had to turn people away." The team is currently on a West Coast road trip and will return to New Jersey next week to find they are locked out of their arena. Head coach Lawrence Frank said he isn't surprised. "I actually expected this would happen a long time ago," he said. "Same with me getting fired."