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Brooklyn Nets LINEAS, ODDS, PICKS AND PRONOSTICOS

Brooklyn Nets PROXIMOS | ULTIMOS PARTIDOS

Past 10 meetings

W 50% (5) L 50% (5)
  • Celtics @ Nets 116-112 L
  • Celtics @ Nets 109-103 L
  • Nets @ Celtics 107-114 L
  • Nets @ Celtics 114-115 L
  • Cavaliers @ Nets 108-115 W
  • Pacers @ Nets 126-134 W
  • Cavaliers @ Nets 107-118 W
  • Nets @ Knicks 110-98 W
  • Rockets @ Nets 105-118 W
  • Nets @ Hawks 115-122 L

Brooklyn Nets DRAFT

Temporada Jugador Ronda General Posicion Escuela | Equipo
2021-2022 27 Round 1 Cameron Thomas SG LSU
2021-2022 14 Round 2 Kessler Edwards SF Pepperdine
2021-2022 19 Round 2 Marcus Zegarowski PG Creighton
2021-2022 29 Round 2 RaiQuan Gray PF Florida State
2020-2021 19 Round 1 Saddiq Bey SF Villanova
2020-2021 25 Round 2 Jay Scrubb SG John A. Logan College
2019-2020 17 Round 1 Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG Virginia Tech
2019-2020 27 Round 1 Mfiondu Kabengele C Florida State
2019-2020 1 Round 2 Nicolas Claxton C Georgia
2018-2019 29 Round 1 Dzanan Musa SF Cedevita (Croatia)
2018-2019 10 Round 2 Rodions Kurucs PF FC Barcelona (Spain)
2018-2019 15 Round 2 Hamidou Diallo SG Kentucky
2017-2018 22 Round 1 Jarrett Allen C Texas
2017-2018 27 Round 1 Kyle Kuzma PF Utah
2017-2018 27 Round 2 Aleksandar Vezenkov PF FC Barcelona Lassa (Spain)
2016-2017 25 Round 2 Marcus Paige PG North Carolina
2015-2016 29 Round 1 Chris McCullough PF Syracuse
2015-2016 11 Round 2 Pat Connaughton SG Notre Dame
2013-2014 22 Round 1 Mason Plumlee C Duke
2012-2013 27 2 Ilkan Karaman SF Karsiyaka (Turkey)
2011-2012 27 1 JaJuan Johnson F Purdue
2011-2012 6 2 Jordan Williams F Maryland
2010-2011 3 1 Derrick Favors F Georgia Tech
2010-2011 27 1 Jordan Crawford G Xavier
2010-2011 1 2 Tibor Pleiss C Brose Baskets Bamberg
2009-2010 11 1 Terrence Williams F Louisville

Brooklyn Nets LESIONES

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How is the Brooklyn Nets' History?

The Brooklyn Nets, were founded in 1967 as a charter franchise (ABC Freighters) of the American Basketball Association league (ABA), they initially played in Teaneck (Teaneck Armory), New Jersey as the New York Americans also called New Jersey Americans.

The Nets then played their home game in Long Island (Long Island Arena) in 1968 as the New York Nets.

Another move back to the Garden State saw the team change their team name to the New Jersey Nets in 1977 - 2012 where they played in New Jersey (Rutgers Athletic Center, Izod Center & Prudential Center).

In 2012, the team moved to Brooklyn (Barclays Center) and were renamed the Brooklyn Nets, a name change they stuck with. Since moving to Brooklyn, the Nets have qualified for the playoffs on six occasions.

The team was renamed to "Nets" to rhyme with the names of two other professional sports franchises that played in the New York metropolitan area at the time: Major League Baseball's New York Mets and the American Football League's New York Jets. "Nets" was also a nickname that related to basketball in general, since it is part of the hoop.

Prior to the 1975-76 season, it was announced that the ABA's time would be coming to an end as the league would merge with the NBA in 1976.

The New Jersey Americans was founded in 1967, by trucking magnate Arthur J. Brown. Brown was running an AAU team (Amateur Athletic Union) called the ABC Freighters when the ABA launched.

The Nets have always been in the same geographic area their entire history, yet they have almost become the nomads of the NBA. Since 1967 the Nets have moved 8 times in and around the New York metropolitan area.

They began as the New Jersey Americans in Teaneck, New Jersey. The following season they moved to Commack, New York. In the third season they moved to West Hempstead, New York. New York. They have also relocated to Uniondale, NY and Piscataway, East Rutherford and Newark, New Jersey before settling in to Brooklyn

Erving is one of the most influential figures in the history of the sport. The thread that connects Erving with the Nets and Sixers had a hand in altering the course of the history of the NBA. He is often considered to have been the main catalyst for the ABA-NBA merger in 1976.

Known to many by his nicknames "Dr. J" and "The Doctor," he was known for jaw-dropping dunks. The phrase - To "posterize" a defender remains a basketball slang believed to have originated with Erving's penchant for dunking over opposing players in spectacular fashion.Bill Erving was an All-Star in all his 16 professional seasons.

The Nets who had trouble bankrolling their MVP, were locked in a contract dispute with Erving on the eve of the 1976-77 season and when the impasse could not be resolved, New York sold Erving for $3.2 million dollars to the 76ers. (For point of reference, $3 million in 1976 is roughly equivalent to $14 million in 2021.) Philadelphia became instant championship contenders, reaching The Finals in four of the next seven seasons while helping the NBA emerge from its 1970s doldrums.

Bill Julius "Dr. J" Erving Achievements

Years Awards And Accomplishments
1974, 1976 ABA Most Valuable Player
1974, 1976 ABA championship
1975 ABA co-Most Valuable Player
1977, 1983 Named All-Star Game Most Valuable Player
1981 NBA Most Valuable Player
1983 Wins NBA championship with the 76ers
1983 Named to NBA 35th Anniversary Team
1983 Walter J. Kennedy Citizenship Award
1983 Jackie Robinson Award from Ebony Magazine
1985 American Express Man of the Year
1993 Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
1996 Named to NBA 50th Anniversary Team

Bird never played for the Brooklyn Nets Franchise. Larry Bird was an elite scorer for the Boston Celtics. Bird and Erving who was at the time playing for The Philadelphia 76ers had an epic showdown on Nov. 9, 1984, the teams score was - the Sixers at 5-0 and the Celtics at 4-0, with 1:38 left in the third quarter, Bird had made 17 of 23 shots while scoring 42 points in 30 minutes. Erving was a woeful 3-for-13 - including two airballs - for just six points and the Sixers were getting hammered by 21. With ten players and one ref; Bird had just drawn an offensive foul,

"As he cut from the left wing toward the middle of the floor, Bird threw an elbow at Erving, which grazed the Doctor's right temple." the Inquirer's George Shirk. Erving and Bird then began exchanging words - "Bird grabbed Erving and appeared to throw a punch." Daily News' Phil Jasner. Moses Malone and Charles Barkley grabbed Bird, trying to be peacemakers, but Erving, with Bird helpless while in the clutches of the two strongmen, landed three or four punches, with one hitting Bird squarely in the beak. It was not pretty. Both players were ejected, marking Erving's first and only ejection as a pro. In his autobiography, Bird explained that he never trash-talked Erving even though many people thought otherwise.

Jason Kidd entered the NBA in 1994, he was one of the most gifted and respected point guards in the game. By the time he retired in 2013, Kidd was much more than just a clever passer, his signature became the triple-double (double figures in any three statistical categories, most often points, rebounds, and assists).

Jason Kidd’s true value, however, became most apparent in 2001, when the Suns dealt him to the New Jersey Nets after 5 seasons. Kidd helped engineer one of the most dramatic turnarounds in the league’s history, taking the long-moribund Brooklyn Nets to consecutive NBA finals in his first two seasons with the team (losses to the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs in 2002 and 2003, respectively). KIdd played for the Nets from 2001 - 2008

On February 19, 2008, Kidd was traded to the Dallas Mavericks, the team that originally drafted him.

Kidd was named head coach of the Brooklyn Nets June 12, 2013, he is the third person since the ABA-NBA merger to debut as an NBA head coach the season after he retired as a player. In September 2013, Kidd bought a minority ownership stake in the team (from Jay-Z).

On October 17, 2013, the Nets retired and raised his number 5 jersey to the rafters before a preseason game against the Miami Heat. Kidd is the fourth coach overall to win both Player of the Month and Coach of the Month honors and he’s the second coach to win both honors with the same team.

Jason Kidd Career Highlights

Years Awards as player:
2018 Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
2011 NBA champion (Dallas Mavericks)
1996, 1998, 2000-2004, 2007, 2008, 2010 10× NBA All-Star
1999-2002, 2004 5x All-NBA First Team
2003 All-NBA Second Team
1999, 2001, 2002, 2006 4x NBA All-Defensive First Team
2000, 2003-2005, 2007 5x NBA All-Defensive Second Team
1995 NBA Co-Rookie of the Year
1995 NBA All-Rookie First Team
1999-2001, 2003, 2004 5x NBA assists leader
2012, 2013 2x NBA Sportsmanship Award
2007 USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year

Charles Linwood "Buck" Williams was selected as the third overall NBA draft in 1981 by The New Jersey Nets. Williams established himself as a premier player at the power forward position over the next eight seasons with the Nets.

The Nets made their second NBA playoff appearance in 1982 after reaching the postseason just once in their first five years in the league, a credit to Williams’ arrival. It was the first of five straight playoff appearances, and in 1984 they knocked out the defending champion Philadelphia 76ers.

Over his first six seasons as a Net, Buck Williams missed ONE game, Williams averaged 16.4 points and 11.9 rebounds while shooting 55 percent from the field in 36.4 minutes per game. Buck was traded to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for Sam Bowie and a draft pick on June 24, 1989 by the Nets.

Buck Williams had his No. 52 retired by the Nets in April 1999, his jersey was raised to the rafters at the Continental Airlines Arena marking an end to his 17-year NBA career..

Charles Linwood "Buck" Williams Career Highlights

Years Career highlights and awards as player
1982, 1983, 1986 3x NBA All-Star
1983 All-NBA Second Team
1990, 1991 2x NBA All-Defensive First Team
1988, 1992 2x NBA All-Defensive Second Team
1982 NBA Rookie of the Year
982 NBA All-Rookie First Team

The summer of 1976 saw the ABA-NBA merger finally take place. As part of the merger agreement, four teams from the ABA—the Nets, Nuggets, Pacers and San Antonio Spurs—joined the NBA. The Nets and Nuggets had actually applied to join the NBA in 1975, but were forced to play a lame-duck season in the ABA by court order.

The NBA forced the Nets to pay an additional $4.8 million directly to the Knicks for "invading" the New York area.

The Brooklyn Nets were considered a rival team to the New York Knicks.

Coming on the heels of the $3.2 million that the team had to pay for joining the NBA, this left Roy Boe (who bought the team from Arthur Brown) short of cash, and he was forced to renege on a promised pay raise for Erving. Erving refused to play for the Nets under these conditions, leaving Boe no choice but to sell Erving to the Philadelphia 76ers for $3 million—roughly the same amount they had to pay for NBA membership.

Value at the start of the 2021-22 season

Rank Team Value Current Value 1-Yr Value Change Debt/Value Revenue Operating Income
#7 Brookly Nets $3.2 B 21% 9% $212 M -$80 M

On April 23, 2012, the Nets played their last game in New Jersey, losing to the Philadelphia 76ers, at Prudential Center. They played their last game as the New Jersey Nets in Toronto on April 26, 2012, and lost in a blowout to the Toronto Raptors.

The team officially became the Brooklyn Nets on April 30, 2012. The move saw the Nets trading for six-time All-Star Joe Johnson from the Atlanta Hawks, in return, the Nets sent Jordan Farmar, Johan Petro, Anthony Morrow, Jordan Williams, DeShawn Stevenson and a draft pick previously acquired from the Houston Rockets to Atlanta. On the same date, Deron Williams signed a five-year, $98.7 million deal to remain with the Nets. In addition, the Nets re-signed Brook Lopez and Gerald Wallace to four-year deals.

The Brooklyn Nets played their first game on November 3, 2012, They started the season strong, as a result, Avery Johnson won Coach of the Month for the Eastern Conference. However, in a turn of events a rough stretch in December saw Johnson being fired as head coach, assistant coach P. J. Carlesimo was named interim head coach until a replacement could be hired. This proved to be the change the Nets needed; going 11-4 in January, and heading into the All-Star break with a record of 31-22. Center Brook Lopez was selected to his first All-Star Game as the Nets' lone representation at the game. On April 3, 2013, Brooklyn ended an eight-game road trip by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers, the first winning season on the road in the franchise's NBA history.

The 2013-14 season started poorly for the Nets, with rookie coach Jason Kidd facing difficulties adjusting to his new job, and with injuries affecting the team's ability to field a consistent lineup. The team struggled to a disappointing 10-21 through December. On March 23, 2014, the Nets completed a season sweep of the Dallas Mavericks for the first time since the 1999-2000 season with a 107-104 overtime win in Dallas.

On May 4, 2014, the Nets defeated the Toronto Raptors in the First Round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs with a 104-103 victory in Game 7. It also marked the first Game 7 win in Nets' franchise history. Unfortunately, the Nets' season ended following a 94-96 loss in Game 5 of the Conference Semifinals against the Heat,

Milwaukee Bucks secured Kidd's coaching rights from the Nets on July 1, 2014 and on July 2, 2014, Lionel Hollins reached an agreement in principle for him to serve as the Brooklyn Nets head coach for the next four seasons. On July 7, 2014, he was officially introduced by the Nets at a press conference.

The Nets barely squeezed into the playoffs in Hollins' first season, nosing out the Pacers for the last playoff spot on the last day of the season. They did not get their first win until the eighth game of the season. By the start of 2016, they were 9-23. On January 10, 2016, the Nets announced that they had parted ways with head coach Lionel Hollins and general manager Billy King. Tony Brown became interim head coach, while former Spurs assistant general manager Sean Marks became general manager. Marks made clear that his vision included a rebuilding process that would take years to execute.

In April 2016, the Nets hired former Knicks and Hawks assistant Kenny Atkinson as the new head coach. During Nets free agency in the summer of 2016, the team started and have nearly completed their rebuilding process by acquiring through sign or trade deals the following; Randy Foye, Anthony Bennett, Trevor Booker, Luis Scola, and Jeremy Lin.

The Nets finished the 2017-18 NBA season with a 28-54 record, missing the playoffs for the 3rd consecutive season.

In an interview with CNBC live from Barclays Center Tsai spoke about how he’s been surprised by how owning a team is not just about the sport or the business, but as a “social institution.”

“One thing I realize when you own a sports team is that it’s larger than a sports team,” Tsai told CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin. “It’s a social institution. You’re doing it for the fans, for the broader population. I’m glad we’re situated in Brooklyn because we have the best fans in the world.

“And having this building, Barclays Center, kind of fortuitously we have this square or plaza in front of us with some empty space. So, this became a place where people could gather, focus on whatever social cause they want to focus on.

As one of four majority owners of color in the NBA, Tsai and Wu Tsai have been active with the NBA and WNBA players' push for the awareness and advancement of social justice, race and gender issues.

Petrovic led the first wave of European stars to the NBA, a path supercharged by those 1992 Olympics and the Dream Team. Drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in 1986, Petrovic made the jump to the NBA in 1990. After a season-and-a-half with the Blazers, Petrovic was acquired by the Nets on Jan. 23, 1991 after playing sparingly for Portland over the first half of the season.

In New Jersey, Petrovic seized opportunity with a breakout season in 1991-92, giving the NBA a taste of what had made him a legend in Europe. He averaged 20.6 points while shooting 44.4 percent from 3-point range, second in the league. The Nets, 26-56 the season before, won 40 games and returned to the playoffs for the first time since the 1985-86 season.

In 1992-93, Petrovic and the Nets took another step forward as Chuck Daly, coach of the Dream Team and a two-time NBA champion with the Detroit Pistons, took over as head coach.

As the 1992-93 season moved along, Petrovic was in rhythm. In early December, he earned his first Player of the Week honor after scoring 34 points against San Antonio and 29 against Miami, shooting 8-for-11 from 3-point range in the two games. On Jan. 24, Petrovic put up his NBA career-high 44 points against Houston, shooting 17-for-23 overall while making all three of his 3-point attempts. That was the start of an eight-game stretch in which Petrovic would average 26.9 points.

In the Nets’ overtime win, Petrovic played all 53 minutes while scoring 35 points with five assists and five steals. He shot 12-for-18 overall and 4-for-5 from 3-point range. Petrovic averaged 22.3 points while shooting 51.8 percent overall and 44.9 percent from 3-point range, this time third in the league, Petrovic was named to the All-NBA Third Team.

Petrovic’s career 3-point percentage of 43.7 is fifth in NBA history and first in Nets franchise history. His 44.9 3-point percentage in 1992-93 was a Nets single-season record until it was surpassed by Joe Harris in 2018-19, but with his 44.4 mark of 1991-92 he holds two of the top four single-season 3-point shooting percentages in Nets history.

On his return home from the qualifying tournament, Petrovic was killed in a car accident on June 7, 1993, leaving a legacy that resonates to this day.

Petrovic’s No. 3 jersey was retired by the Nets in 1993, and he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002.

In the 2000-01 season, Mourning was diagnosed with focal glomerulosclerosis, a kidney disorder. Zo Mourning played two seasons with the New Jersey Nets. Zo signed a four-year deal with the Nets as a free agent on July 16, 2003 and was traded to the Toronto Raptors on December 17, 2004. He played 12 games for the Nets in 2003-04, but was placed on the injured list on November 25 after being forced to stop playing basketball due to his kidney ailment.

On December 19, 2003, he underwent a successful kidney transplant and was released from the hospital four days later. In 2004 Mourning started practicing with the Nets again, and made the team's regular season roster during the 2004-05 season. He did not play a significant role with the Nets, and openly complained to the media

that he wanted out of New Jersey, especially after the team traded away Kenyon Martin. With just 30 games total under his belt for New Jersey, Mourning was traded to the Toronto Raptors on December 17, 2004, Mourning was traded to the Toronto Raptors on December 17, 2004

The Brooklyn Nets have scored 110.9 points per game since 2016-17 + present

The Brooklyn Nets have played 6 seasons between 2017 and 2022.

Season Lg Team W L Finish Pace Playoffs Coaches Top WS
2021-22 NBA Nets 29 22 2nd of 5 99.0 S. Nash (29-22) K. Durant (5.7)
2020-21 NBA Nets 48 24 2nd of 99.5 Lost E. Conf. Semis S. Nash (48-24) K. Irving (7.4)
2019-20 NBA Nets 35 37 4th of 5 101.4 Lost E. Conf. 1st Rnd. K. Atkinson (28-34), J. Vaughn (7-3) J. Allen (8.2)
2018-19 NBA Nets 42 40 4th of 5 100.8 Lost E. Conf. 1st Rnd. K. Atkinson (42-40) J. Allen (7.6)
2017-18 NBA Nets 28 54 5th of 5 98.9 K. Atkinson (28-54) S. Dinwiddie (5.7)

The Brooklyn Nets are 29-19 this season. They are 1st in the Atlantic Division and 4th in the Eastern Conference.

They have played 3,670 games all-time. The Brooklyn Nets have played 45 Seasons of which 22 Made Playoffs

Brooklyn Nets Records Year by Year

NBA Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team W - L % Standing W - L % Performance
2021-22 Nets 29-19 .604 4th, East Conference - - TBD
2020-21 Nets 48-24 .667 2nd, East Conference 7-5 .583 Lost East Conf Semis
2019-20 Nets 35-37 .486 7th, East Conference 0-4 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
2018-19 Nets 42-40 .512 6th, East Conference 1-4 .200 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
2017-18 Nets 28-54 .341 12th, East Conference - - DNQ
2016-17 Nets 20-62 .244 15th, East Conference - - DNQ
2015-16 Nets 21-61 .256 14th, East Conference - - DNQ
2014-15 Nets 38-44 .463 8th, East Conference 2-4 .333 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
2013-14 Nets 44-38 .537 6th, East Conference 5-7 .417 Lost East Conf Semis
2012-13 Nets 49-33 .598 4th, East Conference 3-4 .429 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
2011-12 Nets 22-44 .333 12th, East Conference - - DNQ
2010-11 Nets 24-58 .293 12th, East Conference - - DNQ
2009-10 Nets 12-70 .146 15th, East Conference - - DNQ
2008-09 Nets 34-48 .415 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
2007-08 Nets 34-48 .415 10th, East Conference - - DNQ
2006-07 Nets 41-41 .500 6th, East Conference 6-6 .500 Lost East Conf Semis
2005-06 Nets 49-33 .598 3rd, East Conference 5-6 .455 Lost East Conf Semis
2004-05 Nets 42-40 .512 8th, East Conference 0-4 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
2003-04 Nets 47-35 .573 2nd, East Conference 7-4 .636 Lost East Conf Semis
2002-03 Nets 49-33 .598 2nd, East Conference 14-6 .700 Lost NBA Finals
2001-02 Nets 52-30 .634 1st, East Conference 11-9 .550 Lost NBA Finals
2000-01 Nets 26-56 .317 12th, East Conference - - DNQ
1999-00 Nets 31-51 .378 12th, East Conference - - DNQ
1998-99 Nets 16-34 .320 14th, East Conference - - DNQ
1997-98 Nets 43-39 .524 8th, East Conference 0-3 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1996-97 Nets 26-56 .317 13th, East Conference - - DNQ
1995-96 Nets 30-52 .366 12th, East Conference - - DNQ
1994-95 Nets 30-52 .366 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
1993-94 Nets 45-37 .549 7th, East Conference 1-3 .250 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1992-93 Nets 43-39 .524 6th, East Conference 2-3 .400 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1991-92 Nets 40-42 .488 6th, East Conference 1-3 .250 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1990-91 Nets 26-56 .317 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
1989-90 Nets 17-65 .207 13th, East Conference - - DNQ
1988-89 Nets 26-56 .317 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
1987-88 Nets 19-63 .232 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
1986-87 Nets 24-58 .293 10th, East Conference - - DNQ
1985-86 Nets 39-43 .476 7th, East Conference 0-3 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1984-85 Nets 42-40 .512 5th, East Conference 0-3 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1983-84 Nets 45-37 .549 6th, East Conference 5-6 .455 Lost East Conf Semis
1982-83 Nets 49-33 .598 4th, East Conference 0-2 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1981-82 Nets 44-38 .537 4th, East Conference 0-2 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1980-81 Nets 24-58 .293 10th, East Conference - - DNQ
1979-80 Nets 34-48 .415 10th, East Conference - - DNQ
1978-79 Nets 37-45 .451 6th, East Conference 0-2 .000 Lost East Conf 1st Rd
1977-78 Nets 24-58 .293 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
1976-77 Nets 22-60 .268 11th, East Conference - - DNQ
1967-68 ABA 36-42 .462 5th Eastern -
1968-69 ABA 17-61 .218 5th Eastern -
1969-70 ABA 39-45 .464 4th Eastern -
1970-71 ABA 40-44 .476 3rd Eastern Lost First Round
1971-72 ABA 44-40 .524 3rd Eastern Won First Round,

Won ABA Semifinals

1972-73 ABA 30-54 .357 4th Eastern Lost First Round
1973-74 ABA 55-29 .655 1st Eastern Won First Round, Won ABA

Semifinals, Won ABA Finals

1972-73 ABA 30-54 .357 4th Eastern Lost First Round
1975-76 ABA 55-29 .655 2nd Won ABA Semifinals , Won

ABA Finals

List of the accomplishments and records for the Brooklyn Nets.

Championships

NBA: 0 NBA Championship
ABA: 2 (1974, 1976)
Conference: 2 (2002, 2003)
Division: 5 ABA: 1 (1974), NBA: 4 (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006)

Who are the Brooklyn Nets' Players?

Pos. No. Name Height Weight Points per Game
C 21 LaMarcus Aldridge 6' 11" 250 lbs 13.6
SG 95 DeAndre' Bembry 6' 5" 210 lbs 5.8
SF 1 Bruce Brown 6' 4" 202 lbs 6.3
PG 0 Jevon Carter 6' 1" 200 lbs 2.9
PF 33 Nicolas Claxton 6' 11" 215 lbs 9.0
SF 6 David Duke Jr. 6' 4" 204 lbs 5.6
PF 7 Kevin Durant 6' 10" 240 lbs 29.3
SF 14 Kessler Edwards 6' 7" 203 lbs 8.1
PF 2 Blake Griffin 6' 9" 250 lbs 6.0
SG 13 James Harden 6' 5" 220 lbs 23.0
SF 12 Joe Harris 6' 6" 220 lbs 11.3
PG 11 Kyrie Irving 6' 2" 195 lbs 23.4
PF 16 James Johnson 6' 7" 240 lbs 4.8
PG 8 Patty Mills 6' 0" 180 lbs 13.7
PF 31 Paul Millsap 6' 7" 257 lbs 3.4
C 20 Day'Ron Sharpe 6' 9" 265 lbs 6.5
SG 24 Cameron Thomas 6' 3" 210 lbs 7.8

An official team can have multiple players, but only five can play in a game at any one time. Each player is assigned a basketball position: center, power forward, small forward, point guard, and shooting guard. The center is the tallest player on each team, playing near the basket. The power forward does many of the things a center does, playing near the basket while rebounding and defending taller players. But power forwards also take longer shots than centers. The small forward plays against small and large players. They roam all over on the court. Small forwards can score from long shots and close ones. The point guard runs the offense and usually is the team’s best dribbler and passer. The point guard defends the opponent’s point guard and tries to steal the ball. The shooting guard is usually the team’s best shooter. The shooting guard can make shots from a long distance and also is a good dribbler.

From league leaders to global stars to NBA legends, the Nets have proudly retired the jersey numbers of six outstanding players for the indelible mark they left on the franchise.

No Player Position Tenure
3 Drazen Petrovic G 1990-1993
5 Jason Kidd G 2001-2008
23 John Williamson G 1960-1971
25 Bill Melchionni G 1969-1976
32 Julius Erving F 1973-1976
52 Buck Williams F 1981-1989

Basketball Hall of Fame players

Nate Archibald - played one season with Nets, 1976-77, the last season on Long Island

Rick Barry - played for the Nets only while the team was a member of the ABA

Julius Erving - played for the Nets only while the team was a member of the ABA

Drazen Petrovic - played 3 seasons for the Nets, died in a car accident after Nets were eliminated

from 1993 NBA Playoffs

The following Naismith Memorial Basketball coaches Hall of Fame spent part of their career with the Brooklyn Nets organization.

Name Position Tenure Inducted
Lou Carnesecca Head coach 1970-1973 1992
Chuck Daly Head coach 1992-1994 1994
Larry Brown Head coach 1981-1983 2002
John Calipari Head coach 1996-1999 2015
Bill Fitch Head coach 1989-1992 2019
Kevin Garnett 2020
Phil Jackson Assistant Coach 1978-1981 2007
Jason Kidd Head Coach 2013-2014 2018

Here you can see the hall of fame executive contributor/s of the Brooklyn Nets.

CONTRIBUTORS

Name Position Tenure Inducted
Rodney King Thorn Assistant coach 1973-1975, 1976-1978 2018
Executive 2000-2010 2018

Basketball Hall of Fame players

No. Name Position Tenure Inducted
24 Rick Barry F 1970-1972 1987
1 Nate Archibald G 1976-1977 1991
32 Julius Erving F 1973-1976 1993
21 Bob McAdoo C 1981 2000
3 Drazen Petrovic G 1990-1993 2002
34 Mel Daniels C 1976 2012
22 Bernard King F 1977-1979 2013
30 Bernard King F 1992-1993 2013
33 Alonzo Mourning C 2003-2004 2014
55 Dikembe Mutombo C 2002-2003 2015
10 Maurice Cheeks G 1992-1993 2018
5 Jason Kidd G 2001-2008 2018
2 Kevin Garnett F 2013-2015 2020
34 Paul Pierce F 2013-2014 2021

FIBA Hall of Fame (Players)

No. Name Position Tenure Inducted
3 Drazen Petrovic G 1991 - 1993 2007
33 Alonzo Mourning C 2003 - 2004 2019

FIBA Hall of Fame (Coaches)

Name Position Tenure Inducted
Chuck Daly Head coach 1992 - 1994 2021
Steve Nash Head coach 2020 the first ever Canadian player inducted

The statistic shows Brooklyn Nets players Team averages for the 2021-22 season.

SPLIT G PTS FG FG% 3P% FT% OR EB DR EB REB AST SLT TO PF
In October 7 104.6 38.6 46.1% 34.6% 75.5% 6.9 39.1 46 22.4 6.9 15.1 19.3
In November 14 112.1 40.4 47.2% 38.4% 83.7% 8.5 35 43.5 26.9 6.9 13.6 18.6
In December 12 111.5 42.4 46.7% 32% 81.3% 10.9 36.8 47.8 25.8 6.3 14.6 21.5
In January 15 115.7 43.9 48.5% 34.3% 84.5% 11.8 33.1 44.9 25.5 7.6 14.2 20.5
Wins 29 116.7 43.3 49.8% 37.8% 83.5% 8.8 36.4 45.2 27.4 6.7 14 20.1
Losses 19 104.8 39.4 43.7% 31.2% 80% 11.6 33.9 45.5 22.6 7.4 14.6 19.8
Home 25 108.9 40.7 45.8% 31.8% 81.4% 11 36 46.9 24.4 7.1 14.8 19.3
Road 23 115.3 42.9 49% 38.7% 83.1% 8.7 34.9 43.7 26.7 6.8 13.6 20.7

The Brooklyn Nets' most career total points in the Regular Season.

Rank Player Games Points PPG
1 Brook Lopez 562 10,444 8
2 Buck Williams 635 10,440 12.8
3 Vince Carter 374 8,834 16.7
4 Richard Jefferson 489 8,507 12.6
5 Jason Kidd 506 7,373 12.6
6 Kerry Kittles 496 7,096 14.1
7 Derrick Coleman 348 6,930 16.5
8 Chris Morris 510 6,762 11.0
9 Mike Gminski 550 6,415 11.7
10 Otis Birdsong 375 5,968 18.0
11 Keith Van Horn 314 5,700 16.0
12 Albert King 410 5,595 12.1
13 Kendall Gill 331 4,932 13.4
14 Darwin Cook 464 4,699 9.5
15 Kenny Anderson 304 4,655 12.6

10 Most career minutes played by the Brooklyn Nets

Rank

Player

Minutes

1

Buck Williams

23100

2

Jason Kidd

18733

3

Brook Lopez

18118

4

Richard Jefferson

17499

5

Kerry Kittles

16686

6

Bill Melchionni

15337

7

Chris Morris

15274

8

Vince Carter

14157

9

Billy Paultz

13804

10

Mike Gminski

13638

10 Most career rebounds played by the Brooklyn Nets

Rank

Player

Total Rebounds

1

Buck Williams

7576

2

Billy Paultz

4544

3

Brook Lopez

4005

4

Derrick Coleman

3690

5

Mike Gminski

3671

6

Jason Kidd

3662

7

Jayson Williams

3328

8

Chris Morris

2918

9

Julius Erving

2738

10

Richard Jefferson

2627

10 Most career Assists played by the Brooklyn Nets

Rank

Player

Assists

1

Jason Kidd

4620

2

Bill Melchionni

3044

3

Kenny Anderson

2363

4

Deron Williams

2078

5

Darwin Cook

1970

6

Vince Carter

1762

7

Richard Jefferson

1486

8

Devin Harris

1473

9

Spencer Dinwiddie

1461

10

Micheal Ray Richardson

1410

10 Most career Steals by Brooklyn Nets

Rank

Player

Steals

1

Jason Kidd

950

2

Darwin Cook

875

3

Kerry Kittles

803

4

Chris Morris

784

5

Kendall Gill

652

6

Buck Williams

599

7

Julius Erving

583

8

Eddie Jordan

562

9

Micheal Ray Richardson

552

10

Brian Taylor

500

10 Most career Blocks made by Brooklyn Nets

Rank

Player

Blocks

1

Brook Lopez

972

2

George Johnson

863

3

Buck Williams

696

4

Mike Gminski

599

5

Derrick Coleman

559

6

Julius Erving

521

7

Billy Paultz

498

8

Chris Morris

468

9

Chris Dudley

466

10

Sam Bowie

459

10 Most career Three-pointers made by Brooklyn Nets

Rank Player 3 - Pointers
1 Joe Harris 842
2 Jason Kidd 813
3 Kerry Kittles 687
4 Vince Carter 638
5 Joe Johnson 516
6 Deron Williams 485
7 Spencer Dinwiddie 428
8 Chris Morris 368
9 Keith Van Horn 335
10 D'Angelo Russell 324

There have been 27 Coaches throughout the Nets franchise (1968 - Present)

Coaching Records By Year

Year Coach Duration Achievements
1967-1968 Max Zaslofsky 1 year New Jersey Americans
1968-1969 Max Zaslofsky 1 year New York Nets
1969-1970 York Larese 1 year
1970-1973 Lou Carnesecca 3 years
1973-1977 Kevin Loughery 4 years 2 ABA championships (1974, 1976)
1977-1980 Kevin Loughery 3 years New Jersey Nets
1980-1981 Bob MacKinnon 1 year
1981-1983 Larry Brown 2 years
1983 Bill Blair -
1983-1985 Stan Albeck 2 years
1985-1987 Dave Wohl 2 years
1987-1988 Bob MacKinnon 1 year
1988-1989 Willis Reed 1 year
1989-1992 Bill Fitch 3 years
1992-1994 Chuck Daly 2 years
1994-1996 Butch Beard 2 years
1996-1999 John Calipari 3 years
1999-2000 Don Casey 1 year
2000-2004 Byron Scott 4 years 2 straight NBA Finals appearances
2004-2009 Lawrence Frank 5 years
2009 Tom Barrise -
2009-2010 Kiki Vandeweghe 1 year
2010-2012 Avery Johnson 2 years
2012-2013 P. J. Carlesimo 1 year Brooklyn Nets
2013-2014 Jason Kidd 1 year
2014-2016 Lionel Hollins 2 years
2016 Tony Brown -
2016-2020 Kenny Atkinson 4 years
2020 Jacque Vaughn -
2020- present Steve Nash -

The following is a list of current players who are under contract with the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA during the regular season.

Brooklyn Nets Team Roster 2021/22

Name POS Age HT WT College Salary
21 LaMarcus Aldridge C 36 6-11 250 Texas $2,641,691
95 DeAndre' Bembry SF 27 6-5 210 St. Joseph's (PA) $1,669,178
1 Bruce Brown SF 25 6-4 202 Miami (Fla.) $4,736,102
0 Jevon Carter PG 26 6-1 200 West Virginia $3,650,000
33 Nicolas Claxton C 22 6-11 215 Georgia $1,782,621
6 David Duke PG 22 6-4 204 Providence $462,629
7 Kevin Durant PF 33 6-10 240 Texas $40,918,900
14 Kessler Edwards SF 21 6-7 203 Pepperdine $462,629
2 Blake Griffin C 32 6-9 250 Oklahoma $2,641,691
13 James Harden PG 32 6-5 220 Arizona State $44,310,840
12 Joe Harris SG 30 6-6 220 Virginia $17,357,143
11 Kyrie Irving PG 29 6-2 195 Duke $35,053,700
16 James Johnson PF 34 6-7 240 Wake Forest $2,641,691
8 Patty Mills PG 33 6-0 180 St. Mary's (CA) $5,890,000
31 Paul Millsap PF 36 6-7 257 Louisiana Tech $2,641,691
20 Day'Ron Sharpe C 20 6-9 265 North Carolina $2,009,160
24 Cameron Thomas SG 20 6-3 210 Louisiana State $2,036,280

Brooklyn Nets - Injuries

29-22 Overall | Eastern - 6th

Player Position Updated Injury Status
LaMarcus Aldridge C Tue, Feb 1 Ankle Expected to be out until at least Feb 8
Kevin Durant PF Sun, Jan 30 Knee Expected to be out until at least Mar 1
Paul Millsap PF Mon, Jan 24 Personal Expected to be out until at least Feb 10
Joe Harris SG Sun, Jan 23 Ankle Expected to be out until at least Feb 8

2021 -2022 Depth Chart

PLAYER STATS

POS NAME RATINGS Depth PTS MPG APG USG%
PG Kyrie Irving 89 1 236 35.5 4.7

28.1

PG Patty Mills 75 2 691 31.2 2.6 17.4
PG Jevon Carter 71 3 112 11.2 0.9 14.8
SG James Harden 95 1 990 37.0 10.2 28.3
SG Cam Thomas 71 2 18,822 36.3 9.3 25.3
SG David Duke Jr. 67 3 79 17.4 0.9 16.6
SF Kevin Durant 96 1 1,053 36.5 5.8 31.1
SF Kessler Edwards 67 2 162 26.8 0.8 13.8
SF Bruce Brown 79 3 252 20.5 1.1 13.5
PF Nicolas Claxton 75 1 228 21.9 0.9 15.9
PF James Johnson 71 2 190 18.4 1.9 13.3
PF Day'Ron Sharpe 69 3 144 11.8 0.3 22.4
C LaMarcus Aldridge 79 1 484 22.9 0.9 22.8
C DeAndre' Bembry 71 2 256 19.4 1.2 11.6
C Blake Griffin 79 3 256 18.3 2.1 16.5

Date Player POS Transaction
Jan 11, 2022 Shaquille Harrison PG 10-Day Contract Expired; Player Not Re-Signed
Dec 29, 2021 Shaquille Harrison PG Signed to 2nd 10-Day Contract
Dec 27, 2021 Langston Galloway SG Signed to 2nd 10-Day Contract
Dec 21, 2021 Wenyen Gabriel PF Signed to 10-Day Contract
Dec 18, 2021 Shaquille Harrison PG Signed to 10-Day Contract
Dec 18, 2021 James Ennis III SF Signed to 10-Day Contract
Dec 16, 2021 Langston Galloway SG Signed to 10-Day Contract
Oct 16, 2021 Devontae Cacok PF Waived
Oct 15, 2021 Jordan Bowden SG Waived
Oct 15, 2021 Brandon Rachal SG Waived

Who are the key managers and owners for Brooklyn Nets' management and economy?

  • John Abbamondi - CEO, BSE Global, Alternate Governor, Brooklyn Nets
  • Joe Tsai - Governor, Brooklyn Nets
  • Oliver Weisberg - Alternate Governor, Brooklyn Nets
  • Sean Marks - Alternative Governor, General Manager

  • Peter Stern - Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
  • Jeff Gewirtz - General Counsel, Executive Vice President, and Chief Compliance Officer
  • Michael Wandell - Executive Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer
  • Laurie Jacoby - Executive Vice President, Chief Entertainment Officer
  • Leo Ehrline - Executive Vice President, Chief Experience Officer
  • Emerson Moore - Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer
  • Mandy Gutmann - Executive Vice President, Communications and Community Relations.

  • Adina Erwin - General Manager, Barclays Center
  • Chris Giacalone - Vice President, Hospitality
  • Emily Aponte - Vice President, Human Resources
  • Andrew Karson - Senior Vice President, Brand Marketing and Solutions
  • Joshua Pruss - Senior Vice President, Partnership Marketing and Premium Hospitality
  • Riley J. Williams III, MD - Medical Director & Head Team Physician

Timeline of the Net’s ownership.

  • 1967-68
    Trucking magnate Arthur J. Brown managed an AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) team called the ABC Freighters when the ABA launched. In the ABA they played under the team name New York Americans
  • 1976
    The ABA merged with the NBA.
  • 1969-70
    Roy Lars Magnus Boe purchases team from original owner Arthur Brown
  • 1978
    Boe sold the team to a partnership famously called the “Secaucus Seven”
  • 1998
    The Secaucus Seven sold the team to Raymond Chambers and Lewis Katz after unsuccessful efforts to improve the team’s dismal financial state and record.
  • 2004
    After only a few years, the group decided to sell. Bruce Ratner; executive chairman of the company's New York subsidiary, Forest City Ratner Companies. Rathner beats out Charles Kushner and Jon Corzine to buy the team for $300 million. Ratner eventually moves the team back to Brooklyn and helps build Barclays Center.
  • 2010
    Ratner sells majority stake in the Nets and operating rights to Barclays Center to Prokhorov (Onexim Sports and Entertainment). Prokhorov acquired the franchise for $223 million, plus the team’s debt. Five years later, Prokhorov reached a deal to buy out his minority partners for $1.9 billion. Mikhail Prokhorov’s company Onexim now become the 100% equity owner of the Brooklyn Nets and the Barclays Center
  • 2017
    Joe Tsai buys 49% of the Nets in a deal that values the franchise at $2.3 billion -- without Barclays Center. He has an option to purchase the rest of the team by 2021. In September 2019, Prokhorov sold the remaining 51 percent of the Nets to Tsai, Tsai now becomes the owner of the Brooklyn Nets of the NBA and chairman of Barclays Center.

List of Presidents / CEO for the Brooklyn Nets.

Brett Yormark 2005 - 2019
David Lev Sept. 18, 2019 (2 months)
Oliver Weisberg (interim CEO) 2020
John Abbamondi July 2020 - 2022

Past and present General Managers of the Brooklyn Nets

Kiki Vandeweghe 2008 - 2010
Rod Thorn 2010 (2 Mths)
Billy King 2010 - 2016
Frank Zanin 2016 (1 Mth)
Sean Marks 2016 - present

The Brooklyn Nets announced in September, 2020 that Steve Nash would be named the 23rd head coach in franchise history. Nash is the second Canadian head coach in NBA history, he led the team Canada to the quarter-finals of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Nash holds the Senior Men’s National Team single game assist record, he also earned FIBA Americas MVP honors in 1999 and 2003.

Nash is an eight-time NBA All-Star (2002-2003, 2005-2008, 2010, 2012), the 6'3" point guard, was also a three-time All-NBA First Team member (2005-2007). Nash finished his career ranked third all-time with 10,335 assists after leading the NBA in Assists Per Game for five seasons (2005-2007, 2010, 2011).

On closing out his first season with the nets in June, 2021 Nash said “It’s not that dissimilar to being a player,” said Nash. “We’re going to look back on the year and things that we did and how we performed and the decisions we made, the approach we took and analyze it all and try to come back in a much better position. So it’s very much like being a player. We’re — as an organization — always looking to improve, always challenging, always asking questions, and that’s no different for me, my staff. I’ll definitely spend a lot of time with the film department, with the analytics department and with the front office this year, even the performance team, players, just trying to continually ask the right questions and find answers and solutions for ways that we can get better.

Vaughn was an assistant coach with the San Antonio Spurs from 2010 to 2012. On July 28, 2012, Vaughn was named the new head coach of the Orlando Magic. On February 5, 2015, he was fired by the Magic. Vaughn then spent the 2015-16 season working as a professional scout for the Spurs. He was hired as Kenny Atkinson's top assistant coach for the Brooklyn Nets prior to the 2016-17 season, and was promoted to interim head coach position in March 2020 following Atkinson's mid-season departure. On September 3, 2020, the Nets hired Steve Nash as head coach, while Vaughn returned to his position as assistant coach.

What are the Sponsors of Brooklyn Nets?

Official Jersey Patch Partner

Webul $30 million per year 2021/22 NBA season

What are the old sponsors of Brooklyn Nets?

Official Jersey Patch Partner previous sponsors

Motorola value not disclosed 2020 - 21 NBA season
Infor $24 million over three years 2017 - 20 NBA season

Who are the Rivals of Brooklyn Nets?

The Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets battled it out in a game that was supposed to be highlighted by the return of Kyrie Irving to the team that many fans consider he gave up on the previous season. Irving was not in the building. The Boston Celtics were sitting at 13-4. They were looking like a strong candidate to come out of the Eastern Conference. More importantly, they were led by a core of young talent that should keep the team relevant for years to come.

The relationship between these two teams and how they got here dates back to June of 2014. On draft day, the two sides struck a deal that would shape the teams that were on the court in Boston this evening.

Boston’s General Manager, Danny Ainge, understood that he had squeezed all the juice he could out of the trio that brought the Celtics a 16th championship in 2008. The Nets, wanting to make a big splash after moving to Brooklyn just two years before and feeling that they were ready to contend, mortgaged their future for the promise of competing immediately. In short, Boston sent Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry to Brooklyn in exchange for the expiring contracts of five role players and their unprotected first-round picks in 2014, 2016, and 2018 as well as the rights to a pick-swap in 2017.

The paths of both teams took drastically different turns after that day. The Nets succeeded in making the playoffs, but never made it past the second round.

New York Knicks Rivals 2021-22: Brooklyn Nets. The Nets and Knicks had some close games last season. With the Nets landing 3 high-profile stars in Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden, they’ve received a ton of national hype outside of New York, they’re going to be even tougher to beat.

Even with the Nets as clear favorites, now that the Knicks are an established winning team, this rivalry is going to gain even more steam. That animosity has been solid fuel for the rivalry, but now, with both of these teams playing winning basketball and playing high-stakes games, this rivalry is just going to get more intense.

2021-22 season

Eastern Conference: Milwaukee Bucks

The Nets’ biggest rival in the Eastern Conference this season is the team that eliminated them from the second round of the playoffs last season. That team, of course being the Milwaukee Bucks. After knocking off the Nets in the second round, the Bucks took down the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals.

The Bucks, just like the Nets have a huge target on their backs this season as they are the reigning champions. Both rosters are star studded and it is very likely that the two will be facing off against each other in the Eastern Conference Finals this season as long as the seeding lines up to make it possible. The two teams will be opening the season against each other.

The Brooklyn Nets’ biggest rival out of the Western Conference is the Los Angeles Lakers. There is a lot of bad blood between these two teams from former endeavors and shots that have been taken at each other in the media.

The main rivalries between players to keep an eye out for are Kyrie Irving vs LeBron James and Russell Westbrook/LeBron James vs Kevin Durant. If these two teams meet up in the Finals, it would be one of the most interesting series we have seen in years from a narrative perspective.

What is the Brooklyn Nets Agenda for future matches?

Contenders that have been struggling recently, the Brooklyn Nets (29-22) travel to take on the Utah Jazz (31-21). Brooklyn has dropped six straight, tipoff in Salt Lake City is set for 9 p.m. ET. The latest Nets vs. Jazz odds from Caesars Sportsbook lists Utah as the 5.5-point home favorite, while the over-under for total points is set at 229.5.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every NBA game 10,000 times and has returned top-rated NBA picks over the past three-plus seasons. The model enters Week 16 of the 2021-22 NBA season. The model has set its sights on Nets vs. Jazz, and just locked in its picks and NBA predictions.

Nets vs. Jazz spread: Jazz -5.5

Nets vs. Jazz over-under: 229.5 points

Nets vs. Jazz money line: Jazz -230, Nets +190

BKN: The Nets are 14-12 against the spread in road games

UTAH: The Jazz are 8-18 against the spread in home games

Brooklyn is solid in several areas on defense, including a league-leading mark in 3-point accuracy allowed at 32.9 percent. The Nets are in the top eight in field-goal percentage defense, assists allowed and blocked shots, and Brooklyn's offense is unquestionably top-notch. The Nets are producing 112.0 points per 100 possessions, an elite figure, and Brooklyn leads the NBA in free-throw accuracy at 81.9 percent.

Brooklyn is No. 3 in the league in field-goal percentage, making 47.2 percent of shots, and the Nets are in the top 10 in assists per game (25.4) and assist percentage (60.9 percent).

How is the Brooklyn Nets' schedule?

Brooklyn Nets Schedule 2021-22

Sun, Feb 6 @Denver Denver 4:30 PM
Tue, Feb 8 vsBoston Boston 8:30 PM
Thu, Feb 10 @Washington Washington 8:30 PM
Sat, Feb 12 @Miami Miami 9:00 PM
Mon, Feb 14 vsSacramento Sacramento 8:30 PM
Wed, Feb 16 @New York New York 8:30 PM
Thu, Feb 17 vsWashington Washington 8:30 PM
Thu, Feb 24 vsBoston Boston 8:30 PM
Sat, Feb 26 @Milwaukee Milwaukee 9:30 PM
Mon, Feb 28 vsToronto Toronto 8:30 PM
Tue, Mar 1 @Toronto Toronto 8:30 PM
Thu, Mar 3 vsMiami Miami 8:30 PM
Sun, Mar 6 @Boston Boston 2:00 PM
Tue, Mar 8 @Charlotte Charlotte 8:00 PM
Thu, Mar 10 @Philadelphia Philadelphia 8:30 PM
Sun, Mar 13 vsNew York New York 1:00 PM
Tue, Mar 15 @Orlando Orlando 7:00 PM
Wed, Mar 16 vsDallas Dallas 7:30 PM
Fri, Mar 18 vsPortland Portland 7:30 PM
Mon, Mar 21 vsUtah Utah 7:30 PM
Wed, Mar 23 @Memphis Memphis 7:30 PM
Sat, Mar 26 @Miami Miami 8:00 PM
Sun, Mar 27 vsCharlotte Charlotte 7:30 PM
Tue, Mar 29 vsDetroit Detroit 7:30 PM
Thu, Mar 31 vsMilwaukee Milwaukee 7:30 PM
Sat, Apr 2 @Atlanta Atlanta 7:30 PM
Tue, Apr 5 vsHouston Houston 7:30 PM
Wed, Apr 6 @New York New York 7:30 PM
Fri, Apr 8 vsCleveland Cleveland 7:30 PM
Sun, Apr 10 vsIndiana Indiana TBD

* Game played at neutral location

What is the average cost for Brooklyn Nets tickets?

Brooklyn Nets tickets start at $23 per seat. They average $150. For courtside seats, expect to pay up to $2,000 per ticket. Cheaper tickets can be found in the upper deck at the Barclays Center.

For premium seating in section 8 or 24 at center court, Nets ticket prices are typically over $300 per seat.

Fans looking for Brooklyn Nets tickets for the current basketball season can find them on TicketSmarter for prices starting at $10.00 and going as high as $11,340.00.

The average ticket prices for a single Brooklyn Nets game during the current season is around $244.23.

Where to buy Brooklyn Nets tickets?

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