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With a promising combination of young talent and seasoned veterans, the Brooklyn Nets figure to be a big part of the conversation in the Atlantic Division this year. The boys in black and white gave Atlanta all they could handle in the first round of the postseason two years ago, and coach Billy Atkinson will look to take them to even greater heights in 2016-17. General Manager Sean Marks made moves to revitalize the team this offseason, enhancing their frontline with youth and athleticism that should make Brooklyn tough to compete with on the boards. In an Eastern Conference that appears wide open for the third straight season, the sky’s the limit for BK. Secure your seats for home games at Barclays Center today—Brooklyn Nets tickets are on sale now!
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Big Games Coming Up for Brooklyn
Barclays Center is one of the top venues for NBA basketball, and there are still plenty of great games left on the regular season schedule in 2016. Cheap Brooklyn Nets tickets are on sale now for matchups with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers and the Charlotte Hornets in the month of March. You can always trust Razorgator for amazing prices on all the biggest games of the season.

Brooklyn Takes on the Best
Get a great discount on seats for Nets vs. Hornets on 3/22 (prices from $11), or come out and see LeBron and the Cavs on 3/24 with tickets as low as $55. Brooklyn will also get a chance to play postseason spoiler on 3/26 when Indy comes to town, and you can be there starting at $23. Don’t miss out—pick up your cheap Brooklyn Nets tickets today!

Brooklyn Nets News and Updates

The Brooklyn Nets may be one of the worst teams in the NBA this season, but that doesn’t mean they are incapable of pulling off a win. On Monday, the Nets held an exciting game against the Denver Nuggets. The game was neck and neck the entire way and ended up coming down to the final minutes. They went back and forth between who held the lead and the Nuggets even outscored the Nets by two-points in the fourth quarter, but the Nets pulled off the 105-104 win over the Nuggets. See if the winning high can continue this week as the Nets take on the Grizzlies and Knicks. Tickets are still available for the game against the Knicks so get them today.
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