Steve Lichtenstein

Lichtenstein: Nets Enter The All-Star Break Waiting On Prokhorov To ActForget the games. The items of most interest concerning the Brooklyn Nets for the rest of this season will be related to events off the basketball court. That makes the upcoming week a must-follow for fans.
Lichtenstein: Devils Fans Can’t Thank Brodeur Enough For His LoyaltyMartin Brodeur may have been raised in Montreal, but his legend was created and cultivated next to a swamp off Exit 16W of the Turnpike. He became a Jersey Guy.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Been Getting The Bench Production King Paid ForThe Pacers bench outscored the Nets’ reserves 54-11 before the final 1:38 of garbage time on Wednesday. Less than a week ago in a blowout loss in Dallas, the tally was 34-2.
Lichtenstein: Hard-Working Devils Making Their Own 'Puck Luck'The Devils have won five of six and continue to be a surprise story because of their incredible work ethic.
At The Break: How The Hell Did The Surprising Devils Get Here?With the exception of one magical ride to the Stanley Cup Final in 2012, the Devils haven’t been relevant in nearly a decade.
Lichtenstein: Nets Should Pass On Ferry In GM SearchThe reality of the Nets’ current predicament couldn’t be more depressing.
Lichtenstein: Nets’ Prokhorov A Winner On The Finances, But A Loser On The CourtSomewhere in his Russian bat cave, Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov probably had two reports on his desk on Thursday.
Lichtenstein: Nets May Feel Better Under Brown, But Won't Win MoreThe era of good feelings didn’t last very long in Brooklyn.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Ability To Judge Talent To Fill GM Is QuestionableMikhail Prokhorov said Monday that he would be more visible around the team while the organization searches for replacements for head coach and GM. Yet he left Wednesday's win early.
Lichtenstein: Now We're Going To See What Nets' Prokhorov Is Made OfWith the franchise spiraling toward the same irrelevancy that existed when Mikhail Prokhorov purchased the then-New Jersey Nets back in 2010, the moves announced Sunday were begging to be made.
Lichtenstein: What's The Point? With Jack Down, Nets Have Few OptionsIn injured point guard Jarrett Jack’s stead, neither Shane Larkin nor Donald Sloan have staked any claim to the lead role.
Lichtenstein: It Takes A Very Special Breed To Root For The JetsBeing a Jets fan must be a mental illness. Jets-a-chosis? Fanaticism just doesn’t cover it.

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