Lichtenstein: King, Not Hollins, Should Be On Hot Seat For Nets' Bad StartIt’s very easy for fans to pin the blame on the coach when their team is lousy. In New York City, the complaints can get loud. In this situation, it’s not warranted.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Too Many Holes To Be Even Average In 2015-16The face of the Brooklyn Nets changed dramatically during the offseason. When the surgeon is general manager Billy King, however, the odds strongly indicate it won’t be an improvement.
Lichtenstein: It's Shaping Up To Be One Long Season For The NetsWith these Nets, what you’re seeing now in these normally meaningless preseason affairs is very likely what you’ll get for 82 games
Lichtenstein's Nets Training Camp Primer: Will This Team Make The Playoffs?Remember those uber-hyped days in the last few years when it was “NBA championship or bust” for the Nets? In cleaned-up Brooklyn parlance, “Forget about it.”
Nets' GM King Promises Athleticism, But Not A Championship In 2015-16Brooklyn Nets general manager Billy King reached his goal of reducing the payroll and getting younger players in the offseason.
Lichtenstein: Bargnani Latest In Series Of Gambles By Nets GM KingIt’s no secret that for the Nets to any kind of success this season, Billy King needs to hit on a bunch of these moves. Even if they’re singles.
Lichtenstein: King’s Strategy For Nets Is Becoming More IncomprehensibleIn the latest episode of “What The Heck Is Billy King Doing?” the Nets' general manager could very well stock his 2015-16 club with as many as five point guards
Lichtenstein: No Blockbuster This Year, But Nets' King Took Risks On Draft NightThere was no blockbuster this time, but the Nets certainly took some risks.
Lichtenstein: Nets' King Low On Trade Options, Converts To ContinuityI'm sure Brooklyn's GM would love to again be the center of attention on draft night, but there's little he can do on Thursday to make a marked improvement with so few assets in his hand.
Nets' Young Opts Out; GM King Says He Wants To Keep HimThaddeus Young has informed the Brooklyn Nets he will become a free agent, and general manager Billy King says they want to keep the forward and center Brook Lopez.
Lichtenstein: Re-Signing Brook Lopez Would Make Nets Evolution Deniers"Jurassic World" may be number one at the cinema, but you can’t get anywhere close to number one in the NBA by showcasing dinosaurs like Lopez.
Lichtenstein: King's Only Recourse To Keep Nets Competitive Is To 'Stretch' D-WillNets general manager Billy King has an opportunity to free up salary cap space this offseason, but the road he must travel he doesn't appear to want to drive.