Lichtenstein: New-Look Devils Open Camp Confident Offense Is BetterIf all goes according to general manager Ray Shero's plan, there's a good chance Devils fans might find their favorite team unrecognizable when the puck drops for real next month.
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: Jets Lead The World In Toying With Fans’ EmotionsBe honest, fellow Jets fans. After Sunday’s heartbreak, you didn’t think Thursday's win in Buffalo was secure until the final gun sounded.
Lichtenstein: Jets' Defense Elite? Not Until They Prove It On FieldThe most optimistic Jets fans always point to the team’s defense as the force that they insist will lift Gang Green this season from the doldrums of a five-year playoff drought.
Lichtenstein: 7 Fearless Predictions For Low-Flying Jets SeasonThe Jets, coming off a 10-6 campaign, figure to be one of the more intriguing teams in the league this year.
Lichtenstein: NLRB Allowing Student-Teachers To Unionize, But Not Student-Athletes, Is Hypocrisy 101Student-athletes have been at the mercy of the NCAA forever. They toil without pay, never mind the right to bargain for better working conditions.
Lichtenstein: Jets Need To Part Ways With Turnover-Prone Geno SmithThe 25-year-old Smith has clearly not learned a thing in his three seasons, during which he turned the ball over an astounding 43 times in the 31 games he played.
Lichtenstein: Team USA Needs To Pick It Up On Defense -- And FastThe U.S. may be 5-0 as it heads into Wednesday's quarterfinal matchup versus Argentina, but it hasn't looked this vulnerable, particularly on defense, in over a decade.
Lichtenstein: Makes No Sense For Jets To Carry 4 QBs On 53-Man RosterEntering his second season as an NFL head coach, Todd Bowles has the whole lying to the media thing down pat.
N.J.'s Molinaro Takes Hard Road To Rio In Quest For Olympic GoldFrank Molinaro has embraced the underdog role since the beginning of his quest for Olympic glory in freestyle wrestling.
N.J. Track Prodigy Wilson Ready To Take Her Mark On Olympic StageThe Russian doping scandal may be dominating the conversation in advance of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, but for a select contingent of athletes the spirit of the Games has not been doused.
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.