Get ready for round three of the new intense rivalry between the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets. With the 2012-2013 series now tied at one game apiece after Jason Kidd nailed a huge game winning 3 point shot back on December 11 at the Barclays Center, the series now heads to the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge this Wednesday night.

The Knicks will host the visiting Nets at Madison Square Garden at 7pm EST for a nationally televised game on ESPN. With a home record of 10-1 and the best record in the Eastern Conference, the Knicks hope to have Carmelo Anthony back, after sitting out the past two games with a sprained ankle.

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Back in October, we brought you a brief preview of the start of the new rivalry in NYC hoops – the new kid on the block, the Brooklyn Nets, versus the old stalwart, the New York Knicks. At the time, the kickoff of the rivalry and the NBA season was to feature the first official game between the inter-borough rivals. However, due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, the game on November 1 had to rescheduled to a later date. Now, that date is upon us as the New York Knicks will trek over the Brooklyn Bridge to take on the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center in a nationally televised game on TNT.

The Knicks come into the game with a 8-3 record, 1 game ahead of the 7-4 Nets in the Atlantic Division. If you’re looking to take in the game, we have the best deals right here at SeatGeek.

Brooklyn Nets vs. Knicks Tickets 2012


Get ready for the start of a heated NBA basketball rivalry in New York City. With the Nets moving from the swamps of New Jersey to the beautiful new $1 billion confines of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, the Knicks have taken notice – there is now another team in their own backyard. Over the years (outside of the Jason Kidd days), the New Jersey Nets were a mere afterthought when it came to the NBA and the New York City metropolitan era. But things are different now. The Brooklyn Nets will be arguably the most improved team in the NBA with a core of talent made up of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, and Brook Lopez.

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The new-look Nets will take on none other than the New York Knicks, featuring Carmelo Anthony, Amar’e Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler, for their home opener at the Barclays Center on November 1 in front of a nationally televised audience. As for tickets, they START on the secondary market at $244 and go as high as almost $9,000 for courtside seats. There is officially another destination for big-time basketball in the 5 boroughs for sure.

Check out the below link to tickets for the first game at the new Barclays Center featuring the Knicks and Nets, and see history first -hand as well as the start of what is sure to be a heated rivalry for many years to come.

Brooklyn Nets vs. Knicks Tickets 2012

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