November 18, 2014 11:25 AM
" Somewhere in Milwaukee this morning, Bucks coach Jason Kidd is smiling as he reads reports his scouts have filed on the Brooklyn Nets in preparation for his impending return to the borough on Wednesday.
Or maybe he really doesn’t care one way or another, as he so often has stated since his controversial exit out of Brooklyn over the summer.
But for argument’s sake, let’s say he gets the irony that has arisen out of the Nets’ four-game losing streak following Monday night’s 95-83 stinkfest against depleted Miami at the Barclays Center.
These 4-6 Nets are a team in flux that needs time to gel, with a new coach, a new system, and a few new key players.
Same as last season, when Kidd’s Nets, fresh off a summer of acquisitions that included future Hall of Famers Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, won just 10 of their first 31 games and threatened to become the most expensive disaster since the Titanic.
The 2014-15 Nets are a team that lacks backbone. They get pounded on the glass with regularity and lose out on a vast majority of 50-50 balls "
Click here to read the whole article
Kids in 29 countries, several of which can be called "developed ... Does that mean I am not embarrassed when America's youth falters in a math competition with Lichtenstein? Of course not. But, let's be honest, the sky is not falling: there are still ...Read more
The bidding then continued. When it hit $140,000, Mr. Emanuel said he'd offer breakfast at his home with his kids, drawing a big laugh from the crowd. Mr. Thompson won the Lichtenstein with a $145,000 bid and told me later that his adult son, John Thompson ...Read more
Hanover School Board Chairwoman Mimi Lichtenstein said expanding language instruction ... Roby said language education can help build empathy. “The kids are just very lucky,” she said. They are “at an advantage when they can see value in what is ...Read more
Like solitary confinement. And it's considered acceptable. Lichtenstein's daughter is just 5 years old ... or development needs despite the fact that special needs kids make up 12 percent of the student body. Also unjustly punished in such a manner ...Read more