Lichtenstein: D-Will's Return To BK Isn't This Story Many Want It To BeDallas Mavericks point guard Deron Williams will return to Barclays Center on Wednesday in what is being billed as his revenge game. It shouldn't be.
Deron Williams Joins Hometown Mavericks After Nets BuyoutWilliams is heading home and will try to help salvage a failed bid in free agency similar to three years ago, when he spurned Dallas to stay with Brooklyn.
Report: Deron Williams Reaches Buyout Agreement With NetsIt appears Deron Williams' tenure with the Nets is over.
Lichtenstein: Nets’ D-Will Buyout Would Be A Win-Win-WinHaving failed in his attempts to unload the underachieving point guard in the trade market for about a year, Nets general manager Billy King may have finally received a stroke of luck.
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.
Nets Want To Keep Brook Lopez, Build Team Around HimKeeping Brook Lopez is the priority, while moving Deron Williams and Joe Johnson could be options if King decides to break up Brooklyn's core.
Lichtenstein: The King Of All Spin -- Nets’ General Manager Defends His PlanBilly King's timing couldn't have been better.
Resurgent Nets To Try To Force Top-Seeded Hawks To Go The DistanceThey were separated by 22 victories in the regular season and a mere nine points so far in the playoffs.
Lichtenstein: D-Will, Nets Turnarounds Get Big Assist From HollinsMore important than any strategy, Lionel Hollins has these Nets playing with a passion, an attention to detail on the defensive end, and unselfishness on offense.
Nets Even Series With OT Win Over Hawks In Game 4Deron Williams rebounded from two dismal games with 35 points, and the Brooklyn Nets pulled out a 120-115 overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night, tying the series at two games apiece.
Lichtenstein: Once Again, Nets' D-Will Comes Up Small In Huge MomentA Little League coaching colleague of mine has this saying: “You can’t hide in baseball.” It turns out that it’s also true in basketball.
Lichtenstein: Count ‘Em Out — Nets Done After Brick-Fest In MilwaukeeThe only thing consistent about this team has been their inconsistency. Here’s one thing you can count on, though: On Wednesday, the Nets will be counted out.