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.”
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
Report: Joe Johnson Trade Talks Between Nets, Cavs Are 'Stagnant'On Sunday, ESPN.com reported that the Cavaliers were interested in trading 35-year-old center Brendan Haywood to the Nets for small forward Joe Johnson.
Report: Nets GM Billy King Working Hard To Trade Joe JohnsonIs Joe Johnson's tenure with the Nets nearing its end? It looks like it might be.
Lichtenstein: The King Of All Spin -- Nets’ General Manager Defends His PlanBilly King's timing couldn't have been better.
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.
Nets Shut Down LeBron In Second Half, Cool Off Cavaliers Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez each scored 20 points, and the Brooklyn Nets snapped the Cleveland Cavaliers' four-game winning streak with a 106-98 victory on Friday night.
Johnson Scores 22, Nets Beat Timberwolves 122-106 Joe Johnson scored 22 points, rookie Bojan Bogdanovic had 21 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the short-handed Minnesota Timberwolves 122-106 on Monday night.
Lichtenstein: No Excuse For Nets' Brutal Performance Against HornetsNBA teams are prone to stinkers. They could occur at the tail end of a dense schedule. They could be a side effect of an injury bug. Or maybe one team is vastly superior to the other. In Wednesday’s case, it was none of the above.
Lichtenstein: Nets Slam Back To Earth With Loss To Undermanned PelicansIn one night, Lionel Hollins and the Nets undid all those feel-good stories from their modest two-game winning streak coming out of the All-Star break.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Lineup Experiment Is Destined To Come Up SmallHere come the small-ball lovers. “See--the Nets won two in a row by taking a page out of Kidd’s playbook. What irony!” Except they don't realize that it can't be sustained.
Nets Hold Off Lakers' Late Rally, Win 114-105Joe Johnson scored 23 points and Brook Lopez added 22 off the bench, leading the Brooklyn Nets to a 114-105 victory over the skidding Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night.