The Brooklyn Nets are putting the past behind them after finishing just 21 - 61 overall in the 2015 - 2016 NBA regular season. After placing fourteenth in the Eastern Conference, Jeremy Lin, Brook Lopez, Luis Scola and the rest of the evolving Nets lineup are refreshed from a summer off and are ready to lead the team deep into the playoffs. Coach Kenny Atkinson is sure to have more than a few tricks up his sleeve for the 2016 - 2017 NBA season, so be at Barclays Center to watch all the action unfold. Razorgator has your seats covered with Brooklyn Nets tickets on sale throughout the entire season.
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At this point in the season, the Brooklyn Nets are just trying to hang on until the next one. In just the last week, they have added four more losses to their 9-43 record. Last night’s defeat was a particularly rough one, as it was a close call on the road. The Nets headed to Charlotte for a clash with the Hornets, and, in the second half, it almost looked like the visitors were going to force the game into overtime. Unfortunately, the Hornets swarmed back to win the match 111-107. The Nets return to Barclays Center on February 10 to host the Miami Heat. Tickets are on sale for $14.
There appears to be no end in sight to the misery the Brooklyn Nets must be feeling right now. They have just eight wins total on the entire season, with two more brutal losses coming last Sunday and Tuesday. First, James Harden and the Houston Rockets demolished the Nets at home 137-112. Then, the Toronto Raptors came to visit and crushed their dreams 119-109. That’s right: Even when Brooklyn scores over 100 points, they still usually manage to lose the match. Now, they’ll hit the road before retuning to Barclays Center for what should be a beat-down by the San Antonio Spurs on January 23. Tickets are $18 and up.
This season has been a complete doozy for the Brooklyn Nets. Not only are they in last place in the Eastern conference, but they are also behind all of the teams in the Western conference as well. The Nets took on the Utah Jazz on January 2 on their home court at the Barclays Center. Things didn’t seem to be looking too bad for the Nets when they closed up the first half with a two-point lead. The Nets continued to keep up with the Jazz through the third quarter, starting the fourth quarter all tied up. It was the fourth quarter that the Nets lost steam and gave the Jazz the 101-89 win.
Adding a couple more wins to their record would have helped the Brooklyn Nets earn some much needed confidence for this week’s difficult schedule, but instead they lost three in a row to beatable teams. Thursday sees Brooklyn taking on the No. 1 Golden State Warriors at the Barclays Center, which may prove a tough hill for the Nets to climb. A strong and supportive home crowd will go a long way to help, however, so be sure to get tickets for Dec. 22’s game from us now for $81 and up. After Thursday’s game, Brooklyn travels to Cleveland to face the No. 2 Cavaliers on Friday, Dec. 23. We also have tickets for that contest on sale now starting at $54.
The Brooklyn Nets have caught the attention of the basketball world this week for doing what not many teams have been able to do this NBA season—beat the L.A. Clippers. The win snapped a seven-game slump for the Nets, and they did it in style and at home. With Brooklyn up by three in the final seconds, L.A.’s Chris Paul sunk a three-pointer to force overtime, which then led into a second overtime. Long story short, in the end the Nets held on to the lead for a 127-122 final score. It was a great home game to be a part of—were you there? Don’t miss the Brooklyn Nets at home this Wednesday, Dec. 14, against the Lakers. Tickets are on sale now for $38!
The Brooklyn Nets cannot seem to snap their slump. After Sunday’s loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Nets have now lost their last four games in a row. Sadly, the most recent defeat came at home. Even worse, it was a close match all the way until the final minutes. Ultimately, however, the Trail Blazers left with the win in a 129 - 109 result. Brooklyn needs all the support they can get if they want to climb out of their 4 - 9 hole of a record. Be there on Sunday, November 27 when they host the Sacramento Kings. Tickets are on sale and available for $12 and up.
The Brooklyn Nets got off to a slow start to the season, but recent wins over the Pistons and Timberwolves show that the team might be getting things back on track. Hosting Minnesota on November 8, the Nets played excellent defense in the third quarter, holding the Timberwolves to just 19 points. The strong defensive play continued in the fourth and Brooklyn went on to win by a final of 119-110. Brook Lopez scored 26 in the game, which is the type of scoring output the team needs from its star center. The Nets’ next home game will be against the Portland Trail Blazers on November 20, with tickets starting as low as $22.
While the Brooklyn Nets didn’t come away with a win in the team’s first game of the season against the Boston Celtics, the Nets did manage to make a late run and almost pulled off an improbable upset. Brooklyn took 44 shots from beyond the arc against Boston, and while only 15 of those shots found the bottom of the net, a late three-pointer from Bojan Bogdanovic cut the Celtics lead to three with under a minute to play. It was too little too late, unfortunately, and the Nets ended up losing by five. The Nets get to head home for the next few games, including a matchup against the Detroit Pistons on November 2. Tickets for that game start as low as $11.
As the preseason comes to a close, the Brooklyn Nets are still looking to find some sort of rhythm. The team has lost a few players since last year and is trying to work in the replacements that can hopefully carry the group toward the postseason. After losing to the Miami Heat on October 12, the team is trying to find a source of scoring outside of Brooke Lopez, who did not play in the game against Miami. Jeremy Lin was able to total 16 points, but the coaches are hoping to discover a more consistent option. The Nets will host the Pacers in the regular season home opener on October 28, and tickets for that game start as low as $24.
The Brooklyn Nets start their preseason with a game at home against the Pistons on October 6. After an active time signing multiple players during the free agent period, the team is looking to rebuild the team. New head coach Kenny Atkinson and general manager Sean Marks are working hard to develop a team that will give results and do better than last season. The current projected starting lineup for the team includes Randy Foye and Jeremy Lin at the guard positions, Luis Scola as a forward, Bojan Bogdanovic as a guard and forward, and Brook Lopez at the center. The team's efforts will be tested as the preseason begins. Get your tickets for the first preseason game or any other game this season with prices starting at $5.
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