Prokhorov has not seen the Nets play in person since Nov. 1, when they beat the Miami Heat at Barclays Center.
There has been a lot of turmoil surrounding the team since -- most notably coach Jason Kidd’s decision to re-assign assistant Lawrence Frank to doing “daily reports” and center Brook Lopez's season-ending foot injury -- though Prokhorov has not made any changes.
Coming into the season, Prokhorov had championship expectations for his roster -- which will cost an estimated $190 million between payroll and luxury taxes -- but the Nets (15-22) haven’t come close to meeting them.
Recently, Prokhorov has rarely conducted interviews. He answered a couple questions from the New York Times via e-mail in early December.