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5/31/12 - The Brooklyn Nets lost their 2012 first round draft pick as it fell outside the top-three picks in the Draft Lottery and went to Portland due to provisions in a midseason trade. The Nets must now be creative in their approach to not only improve the team, but keep their current pieces in place. Gerald Wallace, the player acquired from Portland for the top-three protected pick, will be an unrestricted free agent. The Nets might also need to get a bigger piece, though dreams of Dwight Howard seem to be implausible, to convince point guard Deron Williams to return.
Hello, Brooklyn! It has been 55 years since the residents of Brooklyn have had a professional sports team to cheer for. To the delight of those in attendance at the news conference on Monday, the Brooklyn Nets unveiled their color scheme and logo. And as part owner Jay-Z might say, they're Bed-Stuy fly! The excitement for the Nets in Brooklyn cannot be denied. This is sports history in the making! However, the front office has a lot of business to take care of with regard to the roster before the 2012-13 season begins. Who will they select in the upcoming draft? Can they resign Deron Williams? Will they acquire Dwight Howard? If so, Brooklyn residents and the borough's distinct vibe will surely fill the billion-dollar Barclays Center on a nightly basis to cheer for the Nets.
The New Jersey Nets dropped the final game of the 2012 season to the Toronto Raptors by the score of 98-67 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON on Thursday. The offense was paced by guard Armon Johnson's 11 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals. Power forward Ed Davis led the Toronto offense with 24 points, 12 rebounds, 2 assists, one steal and a block. The loss gave New Jersey better overall odds in the NBA draft lottery, but little else in a season that will likely be forgotten once the team moves to it's new stadium in Brooklyn next year.
5/4/12 The New Jersey Nets are now, in effect, the Brooklyn Nets, as the transformation has become all but official. The Nets released their new Brooklyn apparel as they prepare for their move across the river, leaving their New Jersey home behind. The Nets will look to add some young talent in the upcoming NBA draft, and will also hope to take the core of their current team over to Brooklyn with them, which includes their star point guard Deron Williams, whose future with the Nets is still uncertain. The Nets will open up the 2012-2013 NBA season at the brand new Barclays Center.
With the playoffs out of the picture, the New Jersey Nets tried to salvage at least some of it's final season in New Jersey with a victory against the Philadelphia 76ers in their last home game at the Prudential Center in Newark. Unfortunately, they did not succeed. The team lost 105-87 and helped Philadelphia secure the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. MarShon Brooks, the former Providence College star, led the Nets efforts with 18 points. He is currently averaging 12.7 points per game in his rookie campaign. Power forward Kris Humphries added 12 rebounds in the losing effort.
After an offseason most notable for power forward Kris Humphries' infamous divorce from reality star Kim Kardashian, the New Jersey Nets have struggled this season and will finish out of the playoffs. They are currently sporting a 21-38 record and rank near the bottom of the league in points, rebounds and assists per game, as well as points allowed. Humphries' has shined in his return to the court, averaging a career best 13.7 points and 11 rebounds per game. With a new arena in the works, the team must have a solid offseason to bring in strong crowds and contend in the Eastern Conference.
New Jersey Nets Tickets - Team HistoryNew Jersey Nets tickets allow fans the opportunity to see an NBA franchise looking for redemption in 2011. Established in 1967, the team joined the NBA in 1976 and settled in New Jersey one year later. The Nets play their games at the Prudential Center in Newark and have called the venue home since it was opened in 2007. Watch as the Nets build their legacy and work to bring their first world title to New Jersey!
New Jersey Nets Tickets - Season InfoThe New Jersey Nets seem to have faltered after giving up All-Stars Jason Kidd, Richard Jefferson and Vince Carter since 2007. Now under the new mentorship of former Spurs veteran Avery Johnson, the Nets are looking to slowly rebuild their force in the Eastern Conference. Can new owners Mikhail Prokhorov and Jay-Z ignite the turnaround? Witness the New Jersey Nets regain their A-game by buying your Nets tickets now!
New Jersey Nets Tickets - Venue InformationThe New Jersey Nets play in Newark, New Jersey's Prudential Center. The Prudential Center is also home of the NHL's New Jersey Devils, the WNBA's New York Librty, the Seton Hall Pirates, and the NJIT Highlanders. The Prudential Center, often referred to as "The Rock," opened in 2007 at a construction cost of $375 million. The exterior of the building is painted red and gray as an homage to Newark's bricklaying and railroad heritage. The massive LED display on the front of the arena is a whopping 4,800 square feet, making it one of the largest screens in the world! Prudential Center's interior is considered one of the nicest in all of sports, featuring two separate upper and lower level concourses. The venue also features 76 luxury suites, which are among the largest in North America. The suites feature personal dining, WiFi Internet, and high-definition televisions. The Prudential Center also features "Championship Plaza," an outdoor plaza that celebrates the Devils' 28-year history. Championship Plaza opened to the public in October of 2009.
New Jersey Nets tickets - Ticket InformationNew Jersey Nets tickets ensure that fans see the Nets playing top contenders throughout the entire NBA season. The Nets have an opportunity to improve in the Atlantic Division in 2011. With matchups against great teams like the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers and non-divisional meetings with Lebron James' Miami Heat, the Nets are sure to be tested all season long. Grab your Nets tickets now and don't miss the action!
New Jersey Nets - The PlayersThe warriors of the New Jersey Nets are getting ready to suit up for the 2011-12 NBA season. Be sure to follow Sasha Vujacic, Dan Gadzuric, Deron Williams, Kris Humphries as well as rookies Bojan Bogdanovic, MarShon Brooks, and Jordan Williams to see if they can capture their first NBA Championship! You can catch their first home game on Saturday, November 5 against the Detroit Pistons.
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|May 1, 2015||Eastern Conf Quarterfinals: Atlanta Hawks - Brooklyn Nets - Game 6||111 - 87|
|Apr 29, 2015||Eastern Conf Quarterfinals: Brooklyn Nets - Atlanta Hawks - Game 5||97 - 107|
|Apr 27, 2015||Eastern Conf Quarterfinals: Atlanta Hawks - Brooklyn Nets - Game 4||115 - 120|
|Apr 25, 2015||Eastern Conf Quarterfinals: Atlanta Hawks - Brooklyn Nets - Game 3||83 - 91|
|Apr 22, 2015||Eastern Conf Quarterfinals: Brooklyn Nets - Atlanta Hawks - Game 2||91 - 96|
|Apr 19, 2015||Eastern Conf Quarterfinals: Brooklyn Nets - Atlanta Hawks - Game 1||92 - 99|
|Apr 15, 2015||Orlando Magic - Brooklyn Nets||88 - 101|
|Apr 13, 2015||Chicago Bulls - Brooklyn Nets||113 - 86|
|Apr 12, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Milwaukee Bucks||73 - 96|
|Apr 10, 2015||Washington Wizards - Brooklyn Nets||80 - 117|
|Apr 8, 2015||Atlanta Hawks - Brooklyn Nets||114 - 111|
|Apr 6, 2015||Portland Trail Blazers - Brooklyn Nets||96 - 106|
|Apr 4, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Atlanta Hawks||99 - 131|
|Apr 3, 2015||Toronto Raptors - Brooklyn Nets||109 - 114|
|Apr 1, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - New York Knicks||100 - 98|
|Mar 31, 2015||Indiana Pacers - Brooklyn Nets||106 - 111|
|Mar 29, 2015||Los Angeles Lakers - Brooklyn Nets||99 - 107|
|Mar 27, 2015||Cleveland Cavaliers - Brooklyn Nets||98 - 106|
|Mar 25, 2015||Brooklyn Nets - Charlotte Hornets||91 - 88|
|Mar 23, 2015||Boston Celtics - Brooklyn Nets||110 - 91|