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Brooklyn Nets Playoff Details
The Nets have had playoff success in two locations, as they had a quality history of playoff appearances in New Jersey before moving to Brooklyn and delivering more of the same. One constant in both locations is that they have compiled some of the best talent in the game to compete against other elite squads when the lights have shined the brightest.
In New Jersey, the Nets made back-to-back appearances in the NBA Finals in 2002 and 2003, with the team being a top-two seed in the Eastern Conference in both of those years. Those Nets teams were fun to watch, with point guard Jason Kidd setting up other great players like Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson. The team also boasted dominant bigs including Kenyon Martin and Dikembe Mutombo.
During those runs to the Finals, the Nets formed a rivalry with the Boston Celtics, where they saw quite a few postseason battles with Boston. They played the Celtics in both of their playoff appearances, first in the Eastern Conference Finals and in the conference semifinals in the season after that. Those high stakes created something of a natural rivalry, just based on the fact that the winner of the series would have a great shot to get to the Finals. The Nets got the better of them on both occasions.
In the 2010s, the Nets had playoff success in Brooklyn thanks to another crop of star players. The team managed to bring in the likes of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Joe Johnson and Deron Williams, and the team was able to play postseason basketball with some of the best to ever put on an NBA jersey.
During that era of Nets playoff basketball, Joe Johnson earned the nickname Iso Joe, because of his willingness to make isolation plays late in games when the team needed a bucket. Just to have the guts to want the ball in that situation is impressive, let alone having the ability to score in those one-one-one situations.
When Do Nets Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Nets playoff tickets usually go on sale when it is clear that the team is going to be competing in the postseason. In most years, this means that the tickets go on sale in late March or early April. But there are exceptions to that, including when the team is vastly outperforming the rest of their conference foes and they lock up a spot in the playoffs early.
How Much Do Nets Playoff Tickets Cost?
Tickets to see the Nets in the playoffs cost, on average, $147 on the secondary market. That price can vary, though, depending on who the Nets are playing in what round of the playoffs, as well as where in the arena a fan wants to sit. Tickets closer to the court are generally more expensive than tickets at the highest levels of seating, and tickets to late round games are usually more expensive than tickets to see the Nets in the first round.