Lichtenstein: Nets' Draft Day Trade A Case Of Poor Marks-ManshipEvidently, Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks has no issue with burying the franchise even deeper before attempting to dig out.
Lichtenstein: Nets Will Be Mostly Invisible While Hosting NBA DraftAs a Nets fan, I may need to medicate myself to get through the draft. It may be held inside the Nets’ house, but they weren’t invited.
Lichtenstein: Warriors Only Have Themselves To Blame For Failure To Close Out CavsUnfortunately, Curry’s game had an unfamiliar feel during the series. All those bombs during the season that no one would believe had a chance of going in but did? Well, they stopped falling, making Curry look like Cavs gunner J.R. Smith.
Lichtenstein: A Way To Break The Standoff Between Jets, FitzpatrickFitzpatrick, as is his right, wants to be paid at his perceived fair value. The Jets, who have a salary cap to manage, don’t feel any pressure to bid against themselves.
Lichtenstein: Ex-Net Kerry Kittles Scores Gig On Princeton BenchOn Tuesday, former Nets guard Kerry Kittles was added to the Princeton University men’s basketball staff as an assistant coach.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Atkinson Knows Winning Won't Come OvernightThe expectations for the recently hired Nets coach who was introduced to the media Monday afternoon couldn't be any lower.
Lichtenstein: Hackenberg Pick Brings Back Nightmares Of Past Jets Draft Bungles“The Jets just don’t understand what the draft is all about.” Those words have been haunting Jets fans forever, and they reverberated in my head again late Friday night.
Lichtenstein: If Jets' Bowles Is Smart, He Will Turn Lee LooseThe Jets were hindered last season by their speed deficit in comparison to other teams. Darron Lee, who ran a 4.47 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine -- the fastest of any linebacker -- will certainly make up some of it.
Lichtenstein: Jets' Maccagnan Continues To Be Prudent In Fitz StandoffIf Ryan Fitzpatrick was really worth eight figures, he’d be on the Denver Broncos right now.
Lichtenstein: What Nets Will Look Like Next Season Is Anyone's GuessAnyone who hung around to watch the final days of this Nets’ season, which mercifully came to an end with a 103-96 home loss to the Raptors’ B team on Wednesday, well, they’re a glutton for punishment.
Lichtenstein: Devils End Season With Foundation For A Brighter FutureThe Devils had been confounding experts for much of this season, so why would Game 82 be any different?
Lichtenstein: Acquiring Speed Should Be Devils' First Offseason PriorityNew Jersey is last in the league in both total goals (179) and goals per game (2.21). This despite the NHL’s eighth-best power play efficiency (20.4 percent).