With the highest payroll in the NBA the Brooklyn Nets could use a few more sponsorship deals like this one.
The high-powered Nets are set to announce a new five-year multimillion deal with SecureWatch 24 to become the team’s first “presenting sponsor.”

The corporate sponsorship allows SW24 to piggyback on all Nets-controlled marketing including ads billboards and in-arena signage.

Most visible will be the security company’s logo on courtside and baseline signage during home games at Barclays Center.
“Where you see us you’ll see them” Nets CEO Brett Yormark told The Post.

The Nets declined to comment on the financial terms but similar NBA presentation contracts run around $1 million a year.

Nets owner and Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov has invested millions — drawing comparisons with late Yankees owner George Steinbrenner — in his five-year quest to win the title.

After signing pricey stars like Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in the off-season the Nets have rocketed their payroll past $100 million with a record luxury tax bill of around $82 million.