Lichtenstein: Hapless Nets Have Shown Progress Since Lin's ReturnNets point guard Jeremy Lin, who missed 44 games this season due to multiple hamstring woes, has a way of making a believer out of the most pessimistic fans.
Nets' Jeremy Lin To Miss 3 To 5 More Weeks With Hamstring InjuryJeremy Lin's rough debut season with the Nets has been dealt another blow.
Lichtenstein: Just When Nets Start To Feel Good About Themselves ...Even during the holiday season, Nets fans are not allowed nice things.
Jeremy Lin To Miss At Least 2 Weeks With Injured HamstringJeremy Lin has a strained left hamstring and will miss at least two weeks, the Brooklyn Nets.
Lin Barely Misses Triple-Double As Nets Beat Pacers 103-94The point guard tracked down the game ball and gave it to Kenny Atkinson, who got his first win as an NBA coach not far from where he grew up.
Nets Season Preview: Lin Gets Chance To Lead Rebuilding Team In BrooklynJeremy Lin was briefly the biggest thing in the Big Apple, maybe in all of basketball, the last time he played in New York.
Lichtenstein: Rebuilding Nets Have No Choice But To Go All-LinWith literally every expert forecasting a miserable season ahead for the Nets, the players were unanimous in telling the media day attendees on Monday that they don’t mind flying below the radar.
Lichtenstein: Nets Betting Culture Change Will Eventually Lift FranchiseIt has been a sharp descent for the Nets these last few years, but they say they have a plan to help them make the climb back up.
Lichtenstein: Lin Promises Nets Competency, Not Lin-sanity Part IIBrooklyn general manager Sean Marks may have landed his top target in Jeremy Lin during this recent free agency period, but the overall talent upgrade from last season’s 21-61 abomination was not overly significant.
'Linsanity' Is Back In New York -- Sort OfJeremy Lin has returned to New York.
Nets Formally Introduce Jeremy Lin, Other New FacesLin comes to Brooklyn as the starting point guard for the Nets. He's reuniting with coach Kenny Atkinson, the former Knicks assistant coach who helped him develop.
Lichtenstein: Return Of Lin-sanity The Most Sane Move Nets Have MadeWill it be Lin-sanity or just plain old insanity in Brooklyn next season? Nets fans, still reeling from the effects of the Billy King era, are used to the latter.