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Brooklyn Nets Details
Once the New Jersey Nets, the Brooklyn Nets moved to New York in 2012. Since then, the team has put together some quality teams that have competed at a high level. With some great players and personalities, the Nets haven't just been a contender at times since moving to Brooklyn, but have been a contender with a personality all their own.
A lot of that personality came when the team was moved to Brooklyn thanks in large part to Jay-Z, who was a part owner of the team at the time. Jay-Z served almost as a face of the ownership of the team, as he embodied what many wanted to see out of the Nets during the move, which was a real embracing of Brooklyn as more than just a part of New York City.
On the court, the Nets have produced some very strong teams just during their time in Brooklyn. The team had a star-studded lineup throughout the early portion of their time there. Players like Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Joe Johnson, and Deron Williams all played at Barclays Center during the first few years of the team's existence in the heart of New York with good success.
Rivalries for the Nets have been plentiful since the move. Geographically, the Knicks will always be a natural rival, as the two fight for the hearts and minds of New York on a basketball version of the Subway Series. The Nets also formed a fun rivalry with the Toronto Raptors, as the two teams went head-to-head in the playoffs many times after the Nets made their move. Brooklyn got the better of Toronto in a good portion of those games, showcasing that the team had a toughness that embodied the new place that they called home.
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Brooklyn Nets schedule
Brooklyn plays its games throughout the season at the Barclays Center, although specific home dates and times are released in the middle of August ahead of most seasons. Brooklyn's regular season starts in the month of October, and the regular season ends in April. In years where the Nets play well enough to get into the playoffs, the postseason starts in April and culminates with the NBA Finals in June.
How much do Nets tickets cost?
In general, Nets tickets can cost more or less depending on where fans want to sit for each game. Seats closer to the floor will end up costing more than upper level seating as a general rule, and prices can also vary based on who the Nets are competing with on a given night. On average, resale tickets to see the Nets are $73.
When Do The Nets Play The Knicks
The Nets and Knicks square off multiple times per year with New York supremacy on the line. Both teams play in the NBA's Atlantic Division, which means that they get more games in against one another than opponents from different divisions due to the way the NBA schedules its games.
Brooklyn Nets Top Matchups
The Brooklyn Nets have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.
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