Lichtenstein: Nets Made Good Moves, But Are Still Not A Playoff TeamThe clock hasn't officially run out on the NBA offseason, but all indications seem to suggest the Nets have called it a summer.
Lichtenstein: Devils' Offense Looks Encouraging, But Defense A ProblemAt last week's Devils development camp in Newark, all eyes were glued on Nico Hischier. However, he wasn't the only prospect to make a good impression.
‘City Game’ Podcast: Making A Carmelo Anthony Trade Work, And MoreOn the latest episode of the "City Game" podcast, hosts John Schmeelk and Steve Lichtenstein talk about the impending Carmelo Anthony trade, as well as and the Knicks' and Nets' moves in free agency.
Lichtenstein: Nets' Marks Takes Full Advantage Of Raptors’ Salary DumpNets coach Kenny Atkinson probably wouldn't have been happier with his Saturday evening in Las Vegas if he had won a slot machine jackpot.
Lichtenstein: Devils Trade Master Shero Scores Again With Summer StealOn Sunday night, the Devils acquired forward Marcus Johansson from Washington in exchange for second- and third-round picks in the 2018 draft.
‘City Game’ Podcast: So Long, Phil JacksonPhil Jackson is out as Knicks president. On the latest "City Game" podcast, hosts Steve Lichtenstein and John Schmeelk discuss what the shakeup means for the Knicks and look back on where Jackson went wrong.
Lichtenstein: Marks’ Next Target For Rebuilding Nets Should Be Deep-Shooting Power ForwardThe Nets ushered in a new era with Monday's introductory press conference featuring newly-acquired guard D'Angelo Russell and center Timofey Mozgov.
‘City Game’ Podcast: Reviewing The NBA DraftThe guys also discuss the Kristaps Porzingis trade rumors and chat with Jared Dubin of CBS Sports, Vice Sports and FanSided.
Lichtenstein: Devils' Trade For Mueller Sealed Merrill’s Expansion Draft FateThe Vegas Golden Knights took underachieving defenseman Jon Merrill off New Jersey's hands on Wednesday night.
Lichtenstein: Nets Finally Cash In Brook Lopez Trade ChipLopez, who remained loyal to the club that drafted him in 2008 with the 10th pick in the first round, will exit as the Nets' all-time leading scorer.
Lichtenstein: For Devils’ Expansion Draft Purposes, 8 Is Greater Than 10After suffering through a dreary 28-40-14 season, Devils fans could probably list at least a half-dozen players who they wouldn't mind seeing in a Vegas Golden Knights uniform come October.
Lichtenstein: Warriors Are Without A Doubt The Best NBA Team EverYou’ve got to love Steve Kerr’s wit.