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Brooklyn Nets 2014-2015 News and Updates
8/14/14 – The Brooklyn Nets' 2014-2015 schedule was unveiled on Wednesday, and there are loads of intriguing matchups and must-attend games on slate, starting with the season opener on Oct. 19 against the Celtics. This highly anticipated game will presumably feature Kevin Garnett in his return TD Garden, Brook Lopez and Deron Williams in their post-surgery debut, plus the reveal of vaunted rookie Bojan Bogdanovic. Brooklyn will play their first game at home when KD and Oklahoma City visit Barclays Center. If you couldn’t get enough of the Jason Kidd offseason drama, buy Brooklyn Nets tickets for Nov. 19, when the former coach returns as leader of the Milwaukee Bucks. The must-watch Nets-Knicks showdowns will get underway Nov. 7 (Barclays), Dec. 2 (MSG), Feb. 6 (Barclays) and Apr 1 (MSG). The early bird gets the worm, right? Select your Brooklyn Nets tickets now and lock down the best deals!
5/9/14 - The Brooklyn Nets are finding out first hand how the defending league champion Miami Heat literally shift into another gear in the postseason. The Nets were never challenged by Miami during the regular season, winning all four games of the season series; but the postseason has been a whole different story, as the Nets were unable to keep close in the fourth quarter of Game 2 en route to a 94-82 loss. After three periods, the game was still within reach, with the Nets behind by just 66-63, and well into the fourth quarter, the deficit was just two points, but could not get any closer. Mirza Teletovic, with 20 points off the bench – including six threes, a team postseason record – was the star of the game for the Nets; Shaun Livingston added 15 points, while Kevin Garnett was team high on the glass with 12 rebounds.
5/8/14 - The last time the Nets franchise had advanced to the second round of the NBA Playoffs, the team still played at the Continental Airlines Arena (now the Izod Center) in New Jersey, and Jason Kidd was a perennial All Defensive Team nominee. This was in 2007; fast forward seven years, and the Nets represent the borough of Brooklyn (the first top-level pro team to do so since baseball’s Dodgers left after 1957), and are now coached by Kidd. The Nets needed seven games to subdue Toronto, their first round opponent – and even Game 7 in that series went down to the wire. However, the Nets drew the defending champion Miami Heat in the second round; despite claiming all four games from the Heat during the 2013-14 regular season; the Nets found themselves on the short end of the score in Game 1 on May 6, falling 107-86 in Miami.
5/2/14 - The Brooklyn Nets staged a furious comeback in Game 5 of their series against third-seeded division rival Toronto, but in the end, the comeback fell just short as the Nets lost to the Raptors, 115-113, to fall to a 3-to-2 deficit in their first round series. The Nets allowed themselves to fall too far behind in the first half, as they were outscored 34-19 in the second quarter alone to go into halftime down by 18, and then by 22 after three quarters. But even though the Nets woke up in the fourth quarter to outscore Toronto 44-24, it just wouldn’t be enough in the end. Joe Johnson was the Brooklyn star of Game 5, knocking down 30 points on 13-of-23 shooting, with five rebounds, three assists, a steal and a block.
4/15/14 - It’s looking like the Brooklyn Nets will end up with the fifth seed in the East when all is said and done; they are three games back of Toronto for the lead in the Atlantic Division, as well as Chicago in the overall conference standings, and two games up on number 6 Washington. The Nets picked up their latest win over Orlando over the weekend, 97-88. The Nets’ bench did some heavy lifting in this contest, as reserve Mirza Teletovic led the team in scoring with 20 points, including 4 of 7 from beyond the three point line. The Nets as a team shot over 40% from way downtown – not only was Teletovic 4-for-7, but Deron Williams was also, en route to 16 points (along with five assists and four steals); and Joe Johnson made 3-of-7 as part of his 17-point effort. Kevin Garnett had just three points, but collected seven rebounds and a pair of rejections, while Mason Plumlee had a double-double of 17 points and 11 boards.
4/8/14 - After winning their 15th straight at Barclays Center on April 4, the Brooklyn Nets headed up I-95 to Philadelphia, defeating the 76ers 105-101 on the following night. Kevin Garnett returned to the starting lineup for the Nets, after missing 19 games in five weeks’ time due to back spasms. Garnett collected 10 points, four boards, an assist and a blocked shot in 13 minutes on the court for the Nets, who were led in scoring on the night by Deron Williams, who had 19 points to go along with nine assists and four rebounds of his own. Mason Plumlee chipped in 16 points and pulled down seven rebounds coming off the bench for Brooklyn.
3/31/14 - Currently standing in fifth place, the Brooklyn Nets should be the next Eastern Conference squad to book their place in the NBA Playoffs. Winners of two straight – and 13 straight at the Barclays Center – the Nets dropped Minnesota 114-99 this past weekend. Six Nets broke the double-figure plateau in scoring against Minnesota, led by Paul Pierce (interestingly enough, one of the few players who likes the league’s sleeved-jersey experiment) with 22 points; Joe Johnson tossed in 19 points, while backup center Andray Blatche added not only 14 points, but six rebounds, a pair of assists, a pair of steals AND a pair of blocked shots. Three players – Mason Plumlee, Shaun Livingston, and reserve Alan Anderson – each chipped in 13 points in the winning effort.
3/18/14 - If only the Brooklyn Nets could play Miami more often. The Nets turned off the Heat for the third time last week, only to turn around and drop their following game, a 101-94 clunker to Washington, who pulled back ahead of the Nets by a game in the Eastern Conference standings. The Nets got 19 points out of Marcus Thornton off the pine, to go along with 16 points and seven rebounds from Joe Johnson and 14 points, seven boards and seven assists from Deron Williams, but altogether had no answer for the Wizards’ John Wall and Drew Gooden, who combined for 54 points. The Nets did get one piece of good news that night: guard Andrei Kirilenko returned from a sprained right ankle. However, center Kevin Garnett remains out, and coach Jason Kidd has said that Garnett will be out for the remainder of the week.
3/11/14 - Brooklyn’s team, the Nets, are hovering just above the .500 mark at 31-30, after defeating the Sacramento Kings over the weekend 104-89, despite the Kings outscoring the Nets in the paint (54-42) and outrebounding the Nets by almost 2 to 1 (53 to 27) Marcus Thornton led Brooklyn in scoring, contributing 27 points off the bench; Joe Johnson’s 18 points led Brooklyn starters. Center Kevin Garnett continues to be out with back spasms, which meant he missed the Nets’ visit to Boston, a game the Nets dropped 91-84. Late reports indicated that Garnett would miss a fifth game as Brooklyn hosted Toronto.
3/4/14 - Center Jason Collins will get a second 10-day contract from the Brooklyn Nets, the team confirmed on Monday. Collins’ initial 10-day contract expires on March 4; once the second 10-day deal expires, the Nets expect to sign him for the rest of the season. Collins has so far played sparingly for Brooklyn, averaging about eight minutes of playing time per game; and just three points, those coming against Denver in their 112-89 road win last week. Collins should see more playing time for at least a few games, as center Kevin Garnett ended his road trip early with back spasms after back to back games in Portland and Denver. Garnett missed the Nets’ last road game, a 107-98 win over Milwaukee.
2/24/14 - Even though many commentators noted the Brooklyn Nets signing of center Jason Collins as a historic first for the league, Nets general manager Billy King regarded the signing as strictly “a basketball decision.” Speaking on ESPN Radio’s “Mike and Mike” show, King characterized the signing as “the right time and the right fit for us.” The Nets were in need of an experienced center with Kevin Garnett on a day to day basis and Brook Lopez out for foot surgery, leaving the team with just Andray Blatche and Mirza Teletovic as healthy options. Collins made his first appearance for the Nets this season over the weekend against the Los Angeles Lakers.
2/18/14 - A lone Brooklyn Net player made the trip to New Orleans for last weekend’s NBA All Star Game: guard Joe Johnson, who scored five points, pulled down one rebound and collected one assist for the East in their 163-155 win. Johnson, a shooting guard for the Nets, is the team’s #2 scorer at 15.0 points per game, and will be counted on in the second half of the season as the Nets make their playoff push; the team currently sits seventh in the conference, a half game behind Washington and a game in arrears of Atlanta.
2/5/14 - Despite a 108-102 win over Philadelphia on February 3, the Brooklyn Nets’ Paul Pierce was less than happy with the team’s performance in the game, according to the New York Post. The Nets went on big runs to start both halves of the game, but the Sixers were able to claw their way back, even getting within two points at 97-95 with just 22.9 seconds left. “When you have a team on its back,” said Pierce, “put them away when you can.”
1/31/14 - After a difficult streak of luck in the early part of the season, the Brooklyn Nets may have righted the ship, going 10-2 in their last 12 games, both losses coming at the hands of division mates Toronto. This streak has put the Nets in playoff contention, currently in seventh position ahead of Charlotte. As well, the Nets continue to pay homage to their Brooklyn big-league baseball predecessors, announcing a set of Brooklyn Blue nights and a blue and grey sleeved jersey top. The first of these games will be in March against the Boston Celtics.
1/21/14 - The Brooklyn Nets are gearing up for their huge game against the Celtics this Sunday in Boston. Two thirds of the “Big Three,” Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, will be making their grand homecoming on Jan 26, visiting TD Garden for the first time as foes after their trade. It’s sure to be a memorable and emotional night, and you can get into this long awaited match-up for just $57 in the Balcony. Tickets jump up to $114 in the Lower Level, but you can steal some floor seats for a bargain $181! After a shoddy start, Brooklyn began 2014 with the best record in the NBA, improving to 17-22 and reaching the East's 7th spot. Brooklyn has won seven of their last eight games, and look to extend this winning momentum over the last half of the season. Two upcoming home games are today against the Magic (just $2 to get-in!) and Jan 24 against tough opponents, the Mavericks (get-in for $27). Get your Brooklyn Nets tickets today and see this resurgence pay off as the squad enters the playoff picture!
3/25/13 - The Brooklyn Nets recently clinched their first playoff berth since 2007. With Deron Williams healthy and playing like his old self – the Nets have a chance to go deep into the NBA Playoffs. First round Nets playoff tickets are averaging $331 with potential matchups against the Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, or Boston Celtics. With just a few regular season games left in the season, the Nets will look to improve their playoff standing. Just five of the Nets twelve remaining games, will be played at Barclays Center where Nets tickets are averaging about 62% less than their rival, New York Knicks.
2/14/14 - It only took 55 years, but big-league sports finally returned to the New York borough of Brooklyn. With the opening of the brand new Barclays Center not far from the site of old Ebbets Field. The first tenants of the new arena, the Brooklyn Nets, are one of the four teams imported from the old American Basketball Association (along with Denver, Indiana, and San Antonio) in the 1970s; starting out on Long Island, the Nets ultimately spent much of their NBA existence in New Jersey, before announcing their move to Brooklyn to be effective for the current season.
For the last few seasons, the Nets have struggled on the court, finishing out of playoff contention the last four seasons; this year has seen a dramatic turnaround, as the Nets are battling tough against their rivals from Manhattan. The Nets are having success pounding the ball inside on their opponents, as center Brook Lopez is their leading scorer; also providing key contributions are guards Joe Johnson and Deron Williams, as well as Reggie Evans and Gerald Wallace. New-ish coach P.J. Carlesimo has the rejuvenated Nets playing well, but the question going into the All-Star break has to be whether the team can get healthy; as of right now, the team is on pace to earn more wins this season than they accumulated over the past two seasons.
Brooklyn Nets tickets at Barclays Center average $125; the move from New Jersey to Brooklyn has made the Nets one of the ten most popular home teams in the NBA this season. Nets fans looking for a deal will find Nets basketball tickets from $30-$50 in the 200 level at most 2013 home games. Although popular in Brooklyn, the Nets have been one of the least-watched road team this season. Nets road game tickets fetch an average price of $82 — only Cleveland, Denver, and Phoenix have lower prices. What games do Brooklyn Nets fans want to see at Barclays? The Nets schedule features upcoming games with the Memphis Grizzlies, Dallas Mavericks, Atlanta Hawks, and Chicago Bulls.
Brooklyn Nets 2014-2015 Season
The Brooklyn Nets put their money where their mouth was and enlisted hoards of blockbuster acquisitions, including the championship duo of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, all in hopes of attaining the title in 2014. Not only did Brooklyn crush the hearts of Celtics fans everywhere, but this win-now approach of a near-$182 million payroll ultimately failed, and in spite of an impressive late-season surge, the Nets only reached so far as the second round of postseason. While not bad for their first playoff appearance since 2007, their early dispatch was granted at the hands of Finals-bound Miami, a team the squad swept in the regular season. Judging by their offseason moves, Brooklyn is ready to seek revenge and wreak havoc in the East.
Brooklyn shed Pierce, Anderson, Collins and Livingston in the offseason, giving owner Mikhail Prokhorov some breathing room. The salaries of Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez and Deron Williams, however, place them right back at the cap. The franchise also closed out the Jason Kidd saga last month, quickly hiring the well-respected Lionel Hollins in his place. Plus, the addition of pro-ready rookies Markel Brown, Xavier Thomas and Cory Jefferson will infuse the roster with youthful energy, making this team an even greater threat in the 2014-2015 season. Can these Atlantic Division contenders take advantage of the Eastern Conference’s weak top slots and take the crown? Buy your Brooklyn Nets tickets in 2014-2015 to find out yourself!
Despite a 38% jump in ticket price since last season, the Nets fell from the fifth most expensive NBA ticket in 2012 to the sixth most in-demand ticket in 2013. The $62 increase is likely due to the Nets adding to their marketability this off-season with 3 veteran players from the Boston Celtics. If anyone is to ever question NYC’s love affair with basketball consider this: neighboring New York Knicks are the top selling NBA team and the Nets are second. Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry will play their former squad at their new home in Brooklyn twice this season; Celtics vs. Nets tickets are averaging $220 (3/21) and $194 (12/10) entering the 2013-14 season. Both games at Barclays Center are much cheaper than the trios homecoming at TD Garden (1/26) where tickets are averaging $339, for the must-go-to NBA game for Boston fans. Another highly anticipated game for the Nets – NBA Christmas Day opener against the Chicago Bulls in a rematch of last year’s seven game series in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The holiday matchup is one of the top five most expensive games at Barclays this season, averaging $344.
Entering their second year in Brooklyn, the Nets made major offseason moves in hopes of competing with the best in the Eastern Conference. After playing one season with the New York Knicks, future Hall-of-Fame point guard Jason Kidd retired from playing this offseason, and will make the unprecedented jump directly to the sidelines with the Nets. The addition of former Boston Celtics Kevin Garnet, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry will give Kidd one of the most talented rosters in the league. The Nets will play the first of four cross-town matchups against the Knicks on 12/5 at the Barclays Center and also have a home game against the Chicago Bulls on Christmas Day.