Lichtenstein: With Bogdanovic Trade, Nets' Marks Looking 3-4 Moves AheadSean Marks is playing NBA general manager as if it were chess.
Lichtenstein: Expansion Draft Concerns Shouldn't Stop Devils From Trading CammalleriFollowing an injury-shortened 2015-16 campaign, Mike Cammalleri was expected to boost the Devils' attack this season. It just hasn't happened.
Lichtenstein: With Postseason Berth On The Line, Devils Stuck In NeutralBefore the Devils can even think about contending for a 2017 postseason berth in the Eastern Conference, they’re going to have to learn how to play playoff hockey.
Lichtenstein: Marks And The Market Diverge On Lopez's Net WorthFor eight-plus seasons, Brook Lopez has been worth more to the Nets’ franchise than what others were willing to pay for his services. It is why he has never been dealt.
Lichtenstein: Power Play Surge Has Devils Entering Bye Week OptimisticShh, the Devils do not want anyone to know about Geoff Ward.
Lichtenstein: Turnovers Are At The Center Of Nets' Offensive WoesThe halftime box score from Sunday afternoon’s 103-95 home loss to Toronto showed that the Nets had committed 16 turnovers.
Lichtenstein: Knicks-Nets, A Tale Of 2 Boroughs With Flawed PrioritiesWednesday's contest between New York City's two "professional" basketball teams left a lot to be desired. Then again, the teams have had trouble getting out of their own way all season.
Lichtenstein: Though Inches From Disaster, Devils Hold On In DetroitAccording to hockey legend, the three-goal lead is considered the most dangerous of all. The Devils nearly found that out Tuesday night.
Lichtenstein: Devils At The Break -- So Close And Yet So FarThe standings clearly state that the Devils are only seven points behind Philadelphia for the eighth seed in the East, but the Devils sure don't look like a team capable of getting there.
Lichtenstein: Marks Gets A Reminder Just How Far His Nets Have To GoIt would be understandable if Sean Marks, while sitting in his Barclays Center box Monday night, was playing the "What if" game.
Lichtenstein: Youth Served Devils Well On Successful Road TripThe Devils coach sure can make something out of nothing. And with New Jersey reeling due to injuries and inconsistencies, he may have resurrected his team from the dead.
Lichtenstein: Atkinson Stands By Nets’ System, Even If It Won’t Succeed With Current RosterHe has acknowledged many times that his team will “embrace the 3-point shot” no matter who takes them or how early in the shot clock, so long as those attempts are uncontested.

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