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2015 Nets Playoff Schedule

Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 1 - Sunday 4/19/2015 at Philips Arena
Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 2 -Wednesday 4/22/2015 at Philips Arena
Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 3 - Saturday 4/25/2015 at Barclays Center
Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 4 - Monday 4/27/2015 at Barclays Center
. Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 5 - Wednesday 4/29/2015 at Philips Arena
Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 6 - Friday 5/1/2015 at Barclays Center
Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 7 - Sunday 5/3/2015 at Philips Arena

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4-27-15: The Brooklyn Nets were unable to clinch home court advantage through the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs despite posting a 38-44 record in the regular season. The Nets clinched the #8 seed this season after finishing third in their division and will travel to Atlanta to take on the #1 seeded Atlanta Hawks who went 60-22 this season. These two teams played four times during the regular season and Atlanta won all four matchups which is not a great sign of things to come for Brooklyn this series. Game One was played on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta as each team took their first steps towards an NBA Championship. The Hawks and their home crowd in Atlanta were energized for the first round of the playoffs and it showed with a 32 point outburst in the first quarter to take an early 12 point lead. Brooklyn continued to try and chip away at the early deficit for the remainder of the game but never got any closer than seven points despite Joe Johnson scoring 17 points and dishing out six assists in an eventual 99-92 loss to Atlanta. Kyle Korver stepped up big for the Hawks to lead all scorers with 21 points in the victory for Atlanta. The Hawks lead the best of seven series 1-0. The Brooklyn Nets and the Atlanta Hawks faced off again inside the Highlight Factory in Atlanta for Game Two of the best of seven series with Brooklyn looking to even the series and looking to steal away home court advantage from the Hawks. On Wednesday night the Hawks were back at home in Atlanta dealing with the news that the team was sold for a whopping $850 million. The Hawks did not let that affect them on the court though as the team came out once again firing on all cylinders early and often in the contest. The Hawks only shot 39% from the field but forced 16 turnovers from Brooklyn to only eight for Atlanta leading to numerous extra shooting attempts. Jarrett Jack did all he could for Brooklyn but the former Georgia Tech product could not overcome Paul Millsap’s 19 points and the sloppy play from his Nets teammates in a 96-91 loss to Atlanta. The Hawks lead the best of seven series 2-0. Get your tickets for next week as the team returns home to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn looking to even the series and enter the second round of the NBA playoffs.

4-17-15: The Brooklyn Nets enter the final week of the regular season sporting a very impressive 36-42 record in 2015. If the season were to end today the team would finish with the #8 overall seed in the Eastern Conference and would face off with the #1 seeded Atlanta Hawks in the first round. The Nets started this week by staying at home inside the Barclays Center to play host to John Wall and the Washington Wizards. During the game Brooklyn took one step closer to clinching the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference by convincingly beating the Wizards by the final score of 117-80. Brook Lopez stayed hot when it mattered most in the contest leading all scorers with 26 points and nine rebounds while Bojan Bogdanovic added 22 points in the big victory for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Wizards was led by Bradley Beal who had 24 points but it was not enough to pick up the slack left by John Wall in the loss for Washington. For the Nets next contest the team traveled to Milwaukee looking to clinch an Eastern Conference playoff spot by beating Michael Carter-Williams and the Milwaukee Bucks. During the game the Milwaukee Bucks officially clinched a playoff spot while the chances for the Nets playoff hopes took a shot in a 96-73 victory for Milwaukee. The leading scorer in the contest was Ilyasova who had 21 points while Giannis Antetokounmpo added nine rebounds and seven assists in the playoff clinching victory for the Bucks. Meanwhile the Nets scoring attack was led by Brook Lopez who had just 12 points and 10 rebounds in the loss for Brooklyn. The Nets were back out on the court the very next night at home in Brooklyn playing host to Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls. During the game the Nets took yet another step back in their search for the last spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs when the team didn’t put up much of a fight in a 113-86 loss to the Bulls. The leading scorer in the contest was Nikola Mirotic who had 26 points for the Bulls while Pau Gasol added 11 rebounds in the victory for Chicago. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Nets was led by Bojan Bogdanovic who had 17 points while Thaddeus Young added 11 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Brooklyn. For the final game of the NBA regular season the Nets stayed at home inside the Barclays Center to play host to the Orlando Magic. During the game the Nets took care of business beating the Orlando Magic by the final score of 101-88 and with the help of an Indiana Pacers loss clinched the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Bojan Bogdanovic led all scorers in the contest for Brooklyn with 28 points while Thaddeus Young added nine rebounds in the victory for the Nets. Meanwhile Nikola Vucevic led the attack for Orlando with 26 points and 11 rebounds but it was not enough in a loss for the Magic on the final game of the regular season. When the regular season was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 38-44. Get your tickets for the first round of the playoffs when the team travels to Atlanta to take on the #1 seeded Atlanta Hawks after securing the #8 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

4-7-15: The Brooklyn Nets are chasing down the 8th seeded Boston Celtics for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference and the honor of facing off against the Atlanta Hawks in the first round. The team enters the new week boasting a 30-40 record that has the team on the outside looking in at the playoffs if the season ended today. The Nets started this week by staying at home inside the Barclays Center to play host to Kevin Love and the Cleveland Cavaliers. During the contest the Nets helped their own cause in their chase for the final playoff spot in the East with a convincing 106-98 victory over the Cavaliers. The leading scorer in the contest was Kyrie Irving who had 26 points for Cleveland while LeBron James added 24 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Cavaliers. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Nets was led by 20 points each from Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez in the victory for Brooklyn. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip back home to Brooklyn to play host to Jeremy Lin and the Los Angeles Lakers. During the game the Nets climbed into the final Eastern Conference playoff spot when the team, mixed with a Celtics loss, beat the Lakers by the final score of 107-99. The leading scorer in the contest was Brook Lopez who scored 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds while Deron Williams added nine assists in the victory for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Lakers was led by Jordan Hill who had 22 points and 16 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Los Angeles. For the Nets next contest the team returned home to the Barclays Center to play host to George Hill and the Indiana Pacers. During the game the Nets continued to hold on to their narrow lead for the last spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs chase with a 111-106 victory over the Pacers. The leading scorer in the contest was George Hill who had 28 points for Indiana while Luis Scola added nine rebounds in the loss for the Pacers. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Nets was led by Brook Lopez who had 24 points and 11 rebounds while Deron Williams added eight assists in the victory for Brooklyn. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip to Madison Square Garden to face off with Langston Galloway and the New York Knicks. During the game the Knicks offense gave the Nets all they could handle but Brooklyn was still able to hold on for the win and hold on to the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with a narrow 100-98 victory over New York. The leading scorer in the contest was Deron Williams who had 26 points and seven assists for the Nets while Thaddeus Young grabbed nine rebounds in the victory for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Knicks was led by Andrea Bargnani who had 22 points but it was ultimately not enough in the loss for New York. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 34-40. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to play host to the Toronto Raptors before traveling to Atlanta to face off with the Atlanta Hawks. The team will then return home to finish their week off by playing host to the Portland Trail Blazers and the Atlanta Hawks.

3-31-15: The Brooklyn Nets still have a mathematical chance at the playoffs this season after posting a 27-39 record but the chances of that happening are slim to none after struggling for much of this season. Rather than gearing up for a playoff push the team is instead working towards the draft and the 2015/2016 NBA season. The Nets started this week by staying home inside the Barclays Center to play host to the Milwaukee Bucks. During the game four quarters could not decide a winner between the Bucks and the Nets as these two teams went into a triple overtime. The leading scorer in the contest was Brook Lopez who dropped 32 points for the Nets while Thaddeus Young added 24 points leading Brooklyn to a 129-127 victory over Milwaukee. The Bucks offensive attack was led by 29 points from Khris Middleton while Giannis Antetokounmpo added 23 points but it was not enough in the loss for Milwaukee. The Nets were back out on the court the very next night in Indiana when the team faced off against George Hill and the Indiana Pacers. During the game the Pacers had to feel good about shooting 50% from the field as a team but their defense allowed the Nets to shoot a staggering 61% from the field in a 123-111 victory for Brooklyn. The leading scorer in the contest was Brook Lopez who had 26 points while Bojan Bogdanovic added 21 points in the victory for the Nets. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Pacers was led by George Hill who had 18 points and five other starters who scored in double figures but it was not enough in the loss for Indiana. For the Nets next contest the team looked to beat up on the team they are chasing for the last spot in the playoffs when the team faced off with the Boston Celtics. During the game the Celtics were able to hang in the fourth quarter and hang on to the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference with a 110-91 victory over Brooklyn. The leading scorer in the contest was Brook Lopez who had 31 points for the Nets while Deron Williams dished out 10 assists but it was not enough in the loss for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Celtics was led by Avery Bradley who had 20 points while Evan Turner added 10 rebounds and 12 assists in the victory for Boston. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip out to Charlotte to face off with Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets. During the game the Nets continued their climb to the 8th spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs when the team took care of Charlotte by the final score of 91-88. The leading scorer in the contest was Brook Lopez who led the Nets with 34 points and 10 rebounds with the help of 14 assists from Deron Williams in the victory for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Hornets was led by Al Jefferson who had 23 points but it was not enough in the loss for Charlotte. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 30-40. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home in Barclays Center for a trio of games against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Indiana Pacers before finishing their week off inside Madison Square Garden facing off with the New York Knicks.

3-24-15: The Brooklyn Nets have turned their attention away from the playoffs and now have their sights set on the NBA Draft Lottery and the 2015/2016 season. The team took another step in the wrong direction last week and currently sports a 25-38 record. The Nets started this week by traveling to Philadelphia to face off with the Philadelphia 76ers. During the contest these two teams went back and forth for the first half but the 76ers scored just 10 points in the third quarter in an eventual 94-87 loss to the Nets. The leading scorer in the contest was Thaddeus Young who had 21 points while Joe Johnson had 15 points in the victory for the Nets. Meanwhile the 76ers scoring attack was led by 17 points from Nerlens Noel while Isaiah Canaan added 13 points but it was not enough in the loss for Philadelphia. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip out to Minnesota to face off with Andrew Wiggins and the Minnesota Timberwolves. During the game the Nets offense exploded eclipsing the 30 point plateau in each of the first three quarters in an eventual 122-106 victory over Minnesota. The leading scorer in the contest was Kevin Martin who had 23 points for the Timberwolves while Andrew Wiggins added six rebounds in the loss for Minnesota. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Nets was led by Joe Johnson who had 22 points while Mason Plumlee added nine rebounds in the victory for Brooklyn. For the next Nets game the team made the trip out to Cleveland to face off with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. During the game the Cavaliers played a strong game defensively and shot 55% from the field as a team in an eventual 117-92 victory over Brooklyn. The leading scorer in the contest was Deron Williams who had 20 points and six assists for the Nets while Brook Lopez pulled down eight rebounds in the loss. Meanwhile Mozgov led the Cavaliers scoring attack with 17 points while Kevin Love grabbed 11 rebounds in the victory for Cleveland. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 27-39. Get your tickets for next week as the team stayed home to host the Milwaukee Bucks before traveling to Indiana to face off with the Indiana Pacers. The team will then return home to Barclays Center to play host to the Boston Celtics before finishing their week in Charlotte facing off against the Charlotte Hornets.

3-3-15: The Brooklyn Nets come into the week fresh and rested up after the NBA All Star Week hoping to turn around one of the worst records in the NBA this season boasting a 21-31 record. The Nets started this week by making the trip out to the Staples Center to take on the Los Angeles Lakers. During the contest the Nets used an explosive first quarter and an even bigger third quarter to hold off the young Lakers offense in a 114-105 victory for the Nets. The Brooklyn scoring attack that scored 34 points in the first quarter and 40 points in the third quarter was led by Joe Johnson who scored 23 points in the victory for the Nets. Meanwhile the Lakers attack was led by 18 points from Jeremy Lin while Ed Davis added 16 points but it was not enough in the loss for Los Angeles. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip out to Denver to face off against Ty Lawson and the Denver Nuggets. During the contest the Nets held the Nuggets to just 33% shooting from the field as a team while shooting 47% from the field themselves in a 110-82 victory for Brooklyn. The Nets scoring attack was led by 19 points from Brook Lopez while Deron Williams added 16 points in the victory for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the Nuggets offensive attack was run through Danilo Gallinari who led all scorers with 22 points while Will Barton added 15 points but it was not enough in the loss for Denver. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip out to New Orleans to face off with Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. During the game the Nets were held to just 42% shooting as a team by a strong New Orleans defense in a 102-96 loss to the Pelicans. The Nets scoring attack was led by 21 points and 10 rebounds from Joe Johnson while Thaddeus Young added 19 points but it was not enough in the loss for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the Pelicans were led by Quincy Pondexter who scored 25 points while Tyreke Evans added 15 points in the victory for New Orleans. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 23-32. Get your tickets for next week as the team plays a pair of road games against the Houston Rockets and the Dallas Mavericks before finishing their week off back at home in Brooklyn playing host to the Golden State Warriors and the Charlotte Hornets.

2-20-15: The Brooklyn Nets enters the NBA’s All Star Weekend with no much to cheer about as the team has posted one of the worst records in the NBA this season with a 21-31 record. The Nets started this week by watching Bojan Bogdanovic and Mason Plumlee participate in the inaugural World vs. Team USA Rising Stars Game. Bogdanovic scored 16 points in the victory for the World while Plumlee scored 13 points in the loss for Team USA. Plumlee was back at it again the next night representing the host city of Brooklyn and their team the Nets as he competed in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. In the first round of the contest Plumlee was able to garner 40 points on his first dunk. With his second dunk Plumlee was able to gather 36 points in his second dunk for a total of 76 points which was not enough to advance to the finals. The next night NBA All Star Weekend culminated with the playing of the 2014/2015 NBA All Star Game. The All Star Game pit the best of the Eastern Conference against the best of the Western Conference in a contest that defense was thrown out the window in lieu of loads of offense. These two teams did not disappoint in the offensive department as these two teams combined for 321 points total on the night inside Madison Square Garden. Leading the way for the Western Conference was Russell Westbrook who had 41 points winning the MVP Award while James Harden added another 29 points for the West. In the East the hometown hero Carmelo Anthony had 14 points in front of his home crowd while LeBron James led the way with 30 points. It was not enough for Carmelo and LeBron in the contest as the Western Conference once again showed its dominance in a 163-158 victory over the Eastern Conference in the 2015 NBA All Star Game. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 21-31. Get your tickets for next week as the team spends the week out on the road facing off with the Los Angeles Lakers, the Denver Nuggets and the New Orleans Pelicans.

2-9-15: The Brooklyn Nets came into the week still sitting as one of the cellar dwellers in the Eastern Conference this season posting an 18-27 record. The Nets started this week by staying at home in Brooklyn to play host to DeMar DeRozan and the Toronto Raptors. During the contest four quarters could not decide a winner between these two and an overtime period was needed. DeMar DeRozan led the attack for Toronto scoring 26 points while Louis Williams added 25 points and Amir Johnson added 24 points in an eventual 127-22 victory in overtime for the Raptors. The Nets did what they could behind 35 points each from Brook Lopez and Jarrett Jack but it was not enough in the overtime loss for Brooklyn. For the Nets next contest the team stayed at home in Brooklyn to play host to the Los Angeles Clippers. During the contest the Nets were able to come from behind in the fourth quarter to take down the Clippers by the final score of 102-100. Jordan led Los Angeles in scoring and rebounding with 22 points and 20 rebounds as the Clippers took a narrow two point lead into the final quarter. In the fourth Brook Lopez went off scoring 24 points as the Nets were able to sneak past Los Angeles and get the win. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip to Toronto to take on DeMar DeRozan and the Toronto Raptors. During the game the Nets defense stole the show allowing just 42 points in the second half to Toronto in a 109- 93 victory. The Raptors were led by Ross who had 23 points scoring while Valanciunas grabbed 10 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Toronto. Meanwhile Jarrett Jack did the bulk of the scoring for Brooklyn when he dropped 24 points on the Raptors in the easy victory for the Nets. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 20-28. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home in Brooklyn to host the New York Knicks before finishing their week off on the road facing off with the Washington Wizards, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Memphis Grizzlies.

1-29-15: The Brooklyn Nets struggled once again last week dropping games and dropping their overall record to16-23 on the 2014/2015 NBA season. The Nets started this week by traveling to the Nation’s Capital to take on one of the best teams in the East in the Washington Wizards. During the contest the Nets completely dismantled the Washington Wizards on both sides of the court. Brooklyn went on to beat the Wizards by the final score of 102-80 behind 26 points each from Brook Lopez and Jarrett Jack. The Wizards were led by 13 points from John Wall and 12 points from Kris Humphries but it was not enough in the loss for Washington. The Nets were back out on the court the very next night when the team was at home in Brooklyn playing host to the Washington Wizards. During the contest the Wizards prevented a sweep at the hands of the Nets with 52% shooting from the field as a team in a 99-90 victory for Washington. The Wizards attack was led by 20 points from Nene while Marcin Gortat scored 10 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in the victory for the Wizards. Meanwhile Brooklyn was led by 22 points from Jarrett Jack but it was not enough in the loss for the Nets. For the Nets next contest the team made the trip out to Sacramento to take on the Sacramento Kings in a tough road game for Brooklyn. During the contest Brooklyn used a 36 point scoring output in the first quarter to edge and survive the Kings by the final score of 103-100. During the contest Brook Lopez scored 22 points while Joe Johnson and Jarrett Jack each added 8 rebounds and 8 assists respectively in the victory for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the Kings offensive attack was led by DeMarcus Cousins who had 28 points and 14 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Sacramento. The Nets finished their week off the very next night in the Staples Center when the team traveled to Los Angeles to take on the Los Angeles Clippers. During the contest the Clippers absolutely dominated the Nets to finish their week off on both ends of the court in a 123-84 blowout. Blake Griffin led the way for Los Angeles with 24 points while Chris Paul dished out 17 assists in the victory for the Clippers. Meanwhile Mason Plumlee did his best to keep Brooklyn in the game with 16 points but it was not nearly enough in the loss for the Nets. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 18-25. Get your tickets for next week as the team travels to Utah to take on the Utah Jazz before returning home to Brooklyn to play host to the Portland Trail Blazers. The Nets will then finish their week off in Atlanta when the team takes on the Atlanta Hawks.

1-12-15: The Brooklyn Nets came into the week boasting a 15-16 record on the 2014/2015 NBA season after spending much of the campaign trading wins and losses. The Nets started this week by traveling to Orlando to take on their Eastern Conference foes in the Orlando Magic. During the game Brooklyn used 57% shooting and 18 points with 9 rebounds from Mason Plumlee in a 100-98 victory over the Magic. Orlando kept things close knocking down four more three pointers behind 17 points from Victor Oladipo but it was not enough in the loss to the Nets. Brooklyn looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest when the team traveled to Miami to take on Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. During the contest Miami came out of the locker room in the first quarter with a hot hand scoring 30 points as a team. The Heat’s defense was stingy as ever in the contest allowing just 59 points in the first three quarters to Brooklyn. The Nets attack was led by Joe Johnson’s 19 points but it was not enough as Chris Bosh and the Heat went on to narrowly beat the Nets by the final score of 88-84. The Nets hoped for a win in their next contest when the team stayed home in Brooklyn to play host to a tough Western Conference team in the Dallas Mavericks. During the contest Brooklyn jumped out all over Dallas in the first quarter of the game posting a huge 34 points but it was all downhill after that. Brooklyn combined for 53 points for the remainder of the game including just 6 points in overtime. Dallas chipped away forcing the overtime before taking full control in the extra five minute frame to take down the Nets by the final score of 96-88. The Nets stayed home in Brooklyn for their next contest when the team played host to their Atlanta Division foes in the Boston Celtics. During the contest Boston was able to overcome a slow start and just 40 first half points to take down the Nets by the final score of 89-81. Joe Johnson led the Brooklyn attack with 17 points while Mason Plumlee pulled down 12 rebounds but it was not enough to stop the Celtics. Bradley led all scorers for Boston with 21 points while Turner pulled down 8 rebounds and 7 assists. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 16-19. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Philadelphia 76ers before traveling out on the road to face off with the Detroit Pistons. The Nets will then finish their week off back in Brooklyn as the team takes on the Houston Rockets and the Memphis Grizzlies.

1-2-15: The Brooklyn Nets have traded wins and losses for much of the first two months of the 2014/2015 season which is evident by their 12-15 record to start the campaign. The Nets started this week by traveling to Boston to take on their Eastern Conference foes in the Boston Celtics. During the contest the Celtics out-shot the Nets with 52% shooting percentage but Brooklyn went to the free throw line 17 more times which decided the game ultimately. Brooklyn knocked down 12 more shots from the free throw line led by Jarrett Jack who knocked down all 10 of his attempts. Jack led all scorers in the contest with 27 points as Brooklyn went on to narrowly beat the Celtics 109-107. The Nets were back at it again the very next night at home in Brooklyn when the team played host to the Indiana Pacers in their next contest. During the contest the Pacers held the Nets to just 36% shooting from the field with a strong defense that forced tough shots all night long. Jarrett Jack did lead all scorers in the game with 22 points but received very little help from his supporting cast. Meanwhile Indiana’s attack was led by 20 points from Rodney Stuckey as the Pacers went on to beat the Nets by the final score of 110-85. The Nets hoped for better results in their next contest when the team stayed home in Brooklyn to play host to the Sacramento Kings. During the contest Sacramento shot for a higher shooting percentage as a team, grabbed more rebounds, dished out more assists and still found a way to lose to the Nets. Brooklyn took advantage of 19 more free throw attempts and 11 more successful shots from the charity stripe to win the game 107-99. Brooklyn’s attack was led by 22 points from Mason Plumlee which was too much to handle for Sacramento and Rudy Gay on the night. The Nets looked to make it two wins in a row during their next contest when the team traveled to Chicago to take on the Chicago Bulls. During the contest the Nets held one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference to just 38% shooting from the field with a strong defense. The Nets made things difficult for Derrick Rose who finished with just 4 points on 2-15 shooting and for Jimmy Butler who finished with just 8 points on 3-12 shooting. Meanwhile Brook Lopez led all scorers in the contest with 29 points as Brooklyn went on to beat the Bulls by the final score of 96-82. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 15-16. Get your tickets for next week as the team sets out on the road to take on the Orlando Magic and the Miami Heat before coming home to Brooklyn to play host to the Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics.

12-22-14: The Brooklyn Nets start to the 2014/2015 season has not gone according to plan as the team has struggled while posting an 8-12 record. The Nets started this week by traveling home to Brooklyn to host the NBA’s worst record in the Philadelphia 76ers. During the contest the Nets defense was far too much for the 76ers to overcome. The Nets held the Sixers to just 32% shooting and to just 10 points in the fourth quarter as Brooklyn went on to beat Philadelphia by the score of 88-70. Brooklyn was led by 18 points from Mason Plumlee in the victory. The very next night the Nets were back out on the road in Charlotte taking on the Charlotte Hornets in their next contest. During the game the Nets held the Hornets to just 38% shooting from the field with stingy defense and tough rebounding. Brooklyn, behind 22 points from Joe Johnson, knocked down16 three point shots to put a big cushion between them and the Hornets. Charlotte was led by 15 points from Michael Kidd-Gilchrest but it was not enough in a 114-87 loss. The Nets looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest when the team stayed home to play host to Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat. During the contest the Heat held Brooklyn to just 39% shooting from the field forcing tough shots all night long for the Nets. Dwyane Wade led all scorers in the contest with 28 points for Miami while Luol Deng added 18 points. Brooklyn’s attack was led by 21 points from Mason Plumlee but it was not enough is a Nets 95-91 loss to the Heat. The Nets hoped for better results in their next contest when the team traveled to Toronto to take on the Toronto Raptors. During the contest the Raptors shot over 50% and played tough defense against the Nets holding Brooklyn to just 43% shooting from the field. Only one Raptors player eclipsed 20 points in the contest but six players scored in double figures in a big team output from the court. Brooklyn only had four players that scored in double figures led by Mason Plumlee’s 23 points but it was not enough in a 105-89 victory for the Raptors. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 10-14.

12-15-14: The Brooklyn Nets beginning to the 2014/2015 campaign has not exactly gone as planned as the team has started the season hovering right around the .500 mark with an 8-9 record. The Nets started this week by traveling back home to Brooklyn to play host to the Atlanta Hawks. During the contest Brooklyn managed just 38% shooting from the field and struggled from beyond the arc knocking down just 3-18 shots. Meanwhile Atlanta shot just 43% from the field but the difference in the contest came from the three point line as the Hawks knocked down 13-34 three point shots to distance themselves from the Nets. DeMarre Carroll led the way in the contest shooting 7-10 from the field, 4-5 on three point shots and finished with 18 points in a 98-75 victory for the Atlanta Hawks. The Nets stayed home looking to keep their winning ways going in their next contest as the team played host to the Cleveland Cavaliers. During the contest the Cavaliers stayed hot despite off days shooting from their trio of LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love. The Nets struggled as a unit shooting just 44% from the field as their leading scorer Kevin Garnett had just 14 points in the contest. The Cavaliers enjoyed 26 points from Dion Waiters as Cleveland went on to beat Brooklyn on the road by the score of 110-88. The Nets finished their week off on the road facing off with the Chicago Bulls in Chicago. During the contest the well-rested Bulls played tough defense against the Nets and held the team to just 33% shooting from the field. Deron Williams led the way for Brooklyn with just 17 points while no Nets player had double digits in rebounds on the night. The extra rest for Chicago this week paid off as the team outshot and out-rebounded the Nets en route to an easy 105-80 victory. Chicago was led by 23 points from Derrick Rose as Rose was one of six Chicago players to score in double figures in the contest. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 8-12.

12-5-14: The Brooklyn Nets have been one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference this season as the team has only been able to post a 6-8 record in the first five weeks of the new NBA season. The Nets started this week by playing host to one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference this season in the Chicago Bulls. During the contest the Nets had a rough night shooting from the field as a team. Brooklyn finished the contest with just 37% shooting and 14% shooting from beyond the arc while knocking down just 18 free throws. Chicago on the other hand shot 49% from the field and 29% from beyond the arc as Jimmy Butler and Pau Gasol led the charge for the Bulls. When all was said and done the Bulls took down the Nets by the final score of 102-84. The Nets looked to get back into the win column in their next contest as the team traveled across town to Madison Square Garden to take on the New York Knicks. During the contest Carmelo Anthony played over 42 minutes for the Knicks taking a game leading 22 shots and scoring 20 points while teammate Jose Calderon added 19 points on 7-9 shooting. The Knicks fell behind early and once again relied on the three point shot to climb back into the contest late in the third quarter before the superior shooting of the Nets took over. Brooklyn center Brook Lopez led all Nets players with 23 points while Joe Johnson added 22 points in a 98-93 victory over Carmelo and the Knicks. Brooklyn finished their week off back at home as the team played host to the San Antonio Spurs. During the contest the Nets held the Spurs to just 36% shooting from the field but once again San Antonio found a way to stay close. Brooklyn held Tony Parker to just 9 points in the contest while Manu Ginobli and Tim Duncan only combined for 29 points. The Spurs stayed close with their defense as the team brought down more rebounds and took 11 more shots than the team from Brooklyn. In the end it didn’t matter as the Nets and Mirza Teletovic went on to edge the defending NBA champions by the score of 95-93. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 8-9.

11-28-14: The Brooklyn Nets start to the 2014/2015 campaign has not gone as planned with a team that had high expectations heading into the season. Brooklyn started the season with just a 4-7 record in the first three weeks and will look to turn around their season this week. The Nets started this week by traveling to Oklahoma City to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder on the road. The Thunder were led by Reggie Jackson’s 21 points and 8 assists but Oklahoma City shot just 20% from three point land and 63% from the free throw line. Meanwhile the Nets had a great night shooting as the team finished 27-30 shooting from the charity stripe in a 94-92 victory for the Nets. Brooklyn was led by 23 points from Jarrett Jack while Deron Williams added 17 points in the victory. The very next night the Nets were in San Antonio taking on the San Antonio Spurs in a road contest. In the game the Nets were led by 24 points from Deron Williams but just two other Brooklyn players scored in double figures in the contest. The Nets finished with a 37% shooting percentage from the field and a 33% shooting percentage from beyond the arc in a cold night of shooting for Brooklyn. Meanwhile the Spurs shot 52% from the field as a team and were led by 22 points from Tony Parker in a 99-87 victory for San Antonio. Brooklyn set out in their final game of the week to take on the winless Philadelphia 76ers in a road game for the Nets. The winless Sixers were led by Tony Wroten and KJ McDaniels who scored 18 points each but the team as a whole shot just 40% from the field. The Nets shot well as a team shooting 49% from the field including Joe Johnson’s 21 point night to lead all scorers for Brooklyn. In the end the Nets came out on top keeping the Sixers winless on the season as Brooklyn beat Philadelphia by the score of 99-91. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 6-8.

11-21-14: The Brooklyn Nets beginning to their 2014/2015 season has not exactly gone according to the plan as the team has limped out to a 4-4 record to start the season. The Nets started this week by traveling to Portland to take on a tough Portland Trail Blazers team on the road. Brooklyn took 19 shots from beyond the three point line in the contest and only knocked down one of them as the Nets shot just 5% from three point land. Meanwhile the Trail Blazers knocked down 11 of their 26 attempts from beyond the three point mark as Portland took down the Nets by the score of 97-87. The Nets continued their schedule by traveling back home to Brooklyn to host the Miami Heat in an Eastern Conference showdown. In the contest the Nets had a cold night shooting from the field as the team shot just 41% from the field and scored no more than 22 points in any of the four quarters. The Heat were still without Dwyane Wade in the contest but Mario Chalmers picked up the slack in his absence scoring 22 points in a 95-83 victory for Miami. The Nets finished their week off by traveling back to Brooklyn to host the Milwaukee Bucks in a home game. Brooklyn enjoyed a breakout game from Brook Lopez as he led all scorers with 26 points while five of his teammates scored in double figures in the contest. The Nets found themselves in the middle of a shootout though when the Bucks matched the Nets with five of their own players scoring in double figures. This game was well contested on both sides and it took three overtime periods to decide the contest. In the end the Bucks were too much for the Nets in the third overtime as Milwaukee went on to beat Brooklyn by the score of 122-118. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 4-7.

11-14-14: The Brooklyn Nets had a tough week last week as the team finished the week with an even 2-2 record on the season. The Nets started this week by hosting their cross town rivals in the New York Knicks at home in Brooklyn. In the game the Nets were red hot from the field shooting an impressive 51% from the field, 58% from three point land, and 77% from the free throw line while the Knicks were held to just 41% from the field, 42% from beyond the arc, and 81% from the charity stripe. In the contest Deron Williams led all scorers for the Nets with 29 points while Brook Lopez added 20 points in a 110-99 victory for Brooklyn. The Knicks scoring attack was led by 19 points from Carmelo Anthony but it was not enough in the loss. In the Nets next contest the team looked to start a winning streak when they hosted the Orlando Magic at home. In the game Nikola Vucevic led the way for the Magic with 27 points while Evan Fournier chipped in 19 points but it wasn’t enough. Brooklyn’s Bojan Bogdanovic led the Nets with 22 points while Deron Williams added 18 in a 104-96 victory over the Orlando Magic. Brooklyn took the victory with them back home to host the Phoenix Suns in their next contest. Phoenix was led by 28 points from Gerald Green in the contest while Isaiah Thomas added 21 points in a 112-104 victory over the Nets. Brooklyn had six players that scored in double digits in the contest but it wasn’t enough in the loss to the Suns. Brooklyn finished their schedule this week by traveling to Golden State to take on the red hot Golden State Warriors on the road. In the contest the Nets shot themselves in the foot shooting just 19% from behind the three point line while the team shot just 44% from the field as a team on the night. Jarrett Jack led the Nets with 23 points while Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Kevin Garnett, and Andree Kirilenko had tough nights shooting in the contest. Meanwhile Golden State was led by 25 points from Klay Thompson and 17 points from Stephen Curry in a 107-99 victory for the Warriors. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 4-4.

11-7-14: The Brooklyn Nets started their 2014/2015 season off last week by losing to the Boston Celtics on the road to drop their record to 0-1 on the season. With the 2014/2015 season entering its first full week the Nets started the week by traveling to Detroit to take on the Pistons. Joe Johnson led all scorers with 34 points in the contest and was one of five Nets players to score in double figures while holding down the Pistons Brandon Jennings and Josh Smith to win their first game of the season by the score of 102-90. Two nights later the Brooklyn Nets headed home to host the Oklahoma City Thunder in Brooklyn in a game that the Nets dominated on the offensive front. In the contest Brook Lopez and Alan Anderson took over with 18 points each as six Nets scored in double figures in the contest. Reggie Jackson chipped in 23 points for the Thunder as four Oklahoma City players scored in double figures in a 116-85 Nets victory. Brooklyn finished the week off at home hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves. In the game Minnesota was led by 26 points from Kevin Martin and four other Wolves in double figures in a 98-91 victory over the Nets. Brooklyn was led by Joe Johnson’s 22 points and Deron Williams 19 points in the loss. When the week was all said and done the team had an overall record of 2-2 to start their 2014/2015 campaign.

10-31-14: The Brooklyn Nets tipped off the 2014-2015 season by facing off with the Boston Celtics on the road after a 4-2 record in the preseason. The Nets will look to rebound after a franchise devastating trade last season that brought Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry, and Paul Pierce last preseason. Garnett is the only member of their big three that is still currently on the team that looks to get past their rash of injuries from last season and build towards an NBA championship. The final roster cut for the Nets to trim down to the league maximum 15 players was Casper Ware. The Nets felt like they had more roster flexibility with the likes of Jorge Gutierrez, Corey Jefferson and Jerome Jordan than Ware which resulted in the waiving of the point guard. With the Nets roster complete the team traveled to Boston to take on the Celtics and lost by the score of 121-105. Mirza Teletovic’s 20 points led the way for Brooklyn in the loss while Kelly Olynyk led eight Celtics players that scored in double digits in the game with 19 points. Brooklyn started the season 0-1 and will look to rebuild next week when the season really gets going.

10-29-14: After making a groundbreaking deal to land Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett last offseason, the Nets made a push into the Eastern Conference Semifinals before falling to the Heat in five games. They’ll be without Pierce this season, but the season average has seen a significant rise in price on the secondary market for home games at the Barclays Center. The average secondary market price for Nets tickets is $198.87, up 42.6% from last season’s average of $139.38. The team will play its most expensive home game against the Cavaliers on March 27, with the average price currently listed at $395.12 with a get-in price of $88.

10-24-14: The Brooklyn Nets are no longer with Paul Pierce, and aging star Kevin Garnett is a shell of his former All-Star self. That hasn’t stopped the optimistic view of the Nets, however, as they will rely on budding star Mirza Teletovic and a cast of young talent to support veterans like Garnett and Deron Williams. The Nets entered the Eastern Conference Semifinals last season and have garnered records above .500 over their first two seasons at the Barclays Center.

10-15-14: The Brooklyn Nets have won all of the three preseason games they’ve played so far with a win over Tel Aviv in their preseason opener and back to back victories over the Sacramento Kings, including 129-117 OT win earlier today. The Nets will now get ready to play the Boston Celtics at the Barclay’s Center this Sunday followed by two more preseason games against the Philadelphia 76ers on Oct 20 and their final preseason game against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden on Oct 22. Brooklyn will open their regular season on the road when they face the Boston Celtics at TD Garden on Oct 29.

10-8-14: The Brooklyn Nets won their first preseason game over a Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team in a non NBA matchup. There are only five games remaining on the Brooklyn Nets preseason schedule with two upcoming games against the Sacramento Kings October 12 and 15, followed by dates with the Boston Celtics October 19 and Philadelphia 76ers on October 20 at the Barclays Center and finish their preseason against the Celtics on October 22 at TD Garden. The Nets come into this season with the league’s highest payroll for the second consecutive year but had some significant personnel losses and hiring a new Head Coach in Lionel Hollins.

9-22-14: The Nets has a strange summer to say the least. They lost some key pieces from last season’s late surge into the second round of the playoffs. Their hero from their series against Toronto Paul Pierce, hit free agency and signed with the Washington Wizards. Head coach Jason Kidd in a powerplay move to try and become president of basketball operations was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Nets also lost the resurgent Shaun Livingston in free agency to the Warriors. Though things are not all gloom, they have hired Lionel Hollins the former coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, traded for Jarrett Jack and signed European star Bojan Bogdanovic.  

8-13-14: The Brooklyn Nets had an up and down 2013-14 season. Coming into this year, there is new leadership as Jason Kidd after one year as head coach bolted to the Milwaukee Bucks and in comes in Lionel Hollins as the replacement, the former head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies. However, the Nets had some key losses in losing Paul Pierce to Washington and Shaun Livingston to Golden State, but were able to acquire Jarret Jack in a trade with Golden State and getting Sergey Karasev in a three way deal with the Cavaliers and Celtics. Still, it doesn’t look like the Nets will be contenders for a NBA title this year.

Brooklyn Nets 2014 Draft Overview

Round 2, Pick 44, Markel Brown, SG, Oklahoma State (via trade with Minnesota
Timberwolves) Round 2, Pick 59, Xavier Thames, PG, San Diego State (via trade with Toronto Raptors)
Round 2, Pick 60, Cory Jefferson, PF, Baylor (via trade with Philadelphia 76ers)

5-19-14: The Nets started this past week on a great note. They made 15 shots from 3-point distance to win their first game of the series. Andray Blatche registered a double-double and Brooklyn shot 60 percent from downtown, but Jason Kidd’s squad could not get close to that number during the rest of the series. The Nets shot 5-of-22 from deep in Game 4 and 8-of-22 from 3-point land in Game 5, and both games were losses. Heading into the 2014-15 season, the Nets will have Brook Lopez back, but the team could look completely different, as Mikhail Prokhorov continues the search for his first NBA championship.

5-12-14: The Nets were in the difficult position of needing to win both Game 6 and Game 7 in order to advance to the second round of the 2014 NBA playoffs. Friday did not start so well for Brooklyn with coach Jason Kidd being fined $25,000 for public criticism of the officiating after the Game 5 loss to the Toronto Raptors. However, the day ended well as the Nets defeated the visiting Raptors, 97-83, to force a Game 7. In Toronto, Paul Pierce blocked Kyle Lowry’s potential game-winning shot to get the Nets to the second round. Unfortunately, it will be an uphill battle for Brooklyn with the Heat being up 2-0 in the current series.

5-5-14: The Nets’ backs are against the wall. Owner Mikhail Prokhorov spent a lot of money on this 2013-14 Brooklyn squad, and it dropped two consecutive games to the Toronto Raptors in the first round of the playoffs. Although the Nets took a 2-1 lead in the series, they will have to win Games 6 and 7 to move on to face the Miami Heat. However, in Game 3, the Nets gave their home crowd a reason to cheer. Joe Johnson’s team-high 29 points led Brooklyn to the 102-98 victory. In Games 4 and 5, Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan were too much to handle as the Raptors won both of those contests.

4-28-14: The Nets’ veteran leadership was on display in Game 1. After scoring just six points in the first 45 minutes, Paul Pierce put up nine in the final three minutes of the contest. Joe Johnson and Deron Williams each scored a game-high 24 points. Brooklyn fought hard in Game 2 in Toronto, but could not take both of the road contests to start the series. DeMar DeRozan’s 30 points and Jonas Valanciunas’ game-high 14 rebounds were too much for the Nets to handle. The Nets lost Tuesday’s Game 2, 100-95. Jason Kidd’s squad will look to bounce back in Game 3 on Friday.

4-21-14: What a home winning streak that was for the Nets. However, they dropped their home contests on April 11 and April 15, and they fell in the Eastern Conference standings. The loss to the Atlanta Hawks stopped Brooklyn’s franchise-best 15-game home winning streak, and Jason Kidd’s squad then lost to the New York Knicks and Cleveland Cavaliers in order to face the Toronto Raptors in the first round of the playoffs. After missing 19 straight games, Kevin Garnett returned to play in five of the team’s final seven contests of the regular season. Garnett’s size and postseason experience add a lot to this Nets team, and his presence is important for them in the playoffs.

4-16-14: Brooklyn Nets playoff tickets average $180 on the secondary market, which is 6th in the eastern conference and 11th overall. The regular season average was $140, meaning there is a 29% premium for playoff tickets. The Nets are currently the 5th seed in the east and set to face the Chicago Bulls in the opening round for the 2nd year in a row.

4-7-14: Kevin Garnett remains out, but the Nets were able to sweep their three-game homestand this past week. They beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, Minnesota Timberwolves and Houston Rockets to set a new franchise record with 14 straight home wins. Paul Pierce was the game-high scorer in the final two contests in March. Brooklyn opened the following month with the Eastern Conference’s best record in 2014. In addition, the NBA named Jason Kidd the Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for March. Then, the Nets split their back-to-back set. Wednesday’s loss at Madison Square Garden was their only loss of the week.

4-1-14: Before this week, the Nets had only played four overtime games this season. The final three games of Brooklyn’s week went to the extra frame. The only non-overtime contest for the Nets was a revenge game for them. Just two weeks earlier, the Nets fell to the Celtics in Boston. However, this time around, they beat the visiting Celtics by 16 points. Then, the Nets went on a three-game road trip. They split their back-to-back set with the Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans. Then, Brooklyn fell to four games above .500 with the loss to the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday.

3-24-14: The Nets continue to move their record further above .500. They began the week on Saturday by signing Jason Collins for the rest of the season. Then, that night, Marcus Thornton made five 3-pointers, but it was in a loss. The Nets fell to the Washington Wizards, 101-94. In that contest, Paul Pierce passed Patrick Ewing for 18th on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. Brooklyn bounced back from the loss with two victories. Deron Williams dropped a game-high 28 points on very efficient shooting as the Nets beat the Phoenix Suns, 108-95, on Monday. With a 104-99 Nets win over the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday, they now have won 10 straight home games.

3-17-14: Paul Pierce struggled in his second return to Boston, as Brooklyn fell to the Celtics by seven points on Friday. With that loss, the Nets dropped to 30-30 on the season, but they proceeded to bounce back to go 3-0 the rest of the week. They hosted the Sacramento Kings and Toronto Raptors in a back-to-back set. In the first contest, former King Marcus Thornton came off the bench to score a team-high 27 points in the 104-89 victory. Then, after a four-point win over the Raptors, the Kevin Garnett-less Nets improved to 3-0 against the Miami Heat this season with a 96-95 victory on Wednesday. Pierce led the way with a game-high 29 points that evening.

3-10-14: This is the Nets’ time to shine. With their 3-0 week, they moved their record to above .500 for the first time this season. The impressive part about the perfect week was that Brooklyn did it without Kevin Garnett, who is by far the best defensive rebounder in the league this season. On Saturday, Brooklyn went to Milwaukee, and Marcus Thornton scored a game-high 25 points off the bench in the nine-point victory. Then, two days later, the Nets got the 96-80 win over the Chicago Bulls, and Jason Collins received a standing ovation in his first home game since signing with the Nets. On Wednesday, the Nets signed Collins to a second 10-day contract. Later that evening, Brooklyn won its fourth game in a row with a 103-94 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies.

3-4-14: The Nets hit a milestone last night, reaching .500 for the first time since early November. At 29-29, the Nets are currently 6th in the East and are finally playing like the team the experts predicted at the beginning of the season. The Nets are currently 3 and a half games behind Toronto for the Atlantic Division lead.

3-3-14: The Nets continued their lengthy road trip this past week and had a 2-2 record. They played two sets of back-to-backs and surprisingly lost both front ends and won both back ends. After falling by seven points on Saturday night against the Golden State Warriors, the Nets made history on Sunday. Jason Collins signed with the Nets and became the first openly gay active player in NBA history, as he played in the 108-102 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. Deron Williams had a game-high 30 points in the win that evening. Then, three days later, Marcus Thornton played his first game as a Net. However, it came in a brutal 124-80 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. Brooklyn did bounce back to blow out the Denver Nuggets the following night.

2-24-14: The Nets had a light week of basketball action on the court as they had two participants in All-Star weekend and played just one game as a team. On Friday, rookie Mason Plumlee scored the second-most points for a player on Team Webber in the Rising Stars Challenge. He also contributed seven rebounds and a game-high four steals. Then, Joe Johnson took part in both the 3-Point Shootout and the All-Star game. Johnson made it a great week by scoring a game-high 27 points in Brooklyn’s 105-99 victory over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday. Before that game, the Nets acquired Marcus Thornton from the Sacramento Kings for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans.

2-21-14: With a roster spot open after the trade deadline, the Nets have been linked to free agent center Jason Collins in recent rumors. Collins played with the then New Jersey Nets from 2001 through 2008. Collins made headlines in 2013 when he became the first active NBA player to announce himself as gay.

2-19-14: The Nets have acquired guard Marcus Thornton from the Sacramento Kings in exchange for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans. The move gives the Nets depth at the shooting guard position while the Kings can give the secondary scorer duties to rookie Ben McLemore, whom has competed with Thornton for playing time throughout the season.

2-18-14: In February, the Nets have continued their trend of performing well at home and poorly on the road. Brooklyn has played in seven games this month as they head into the All-Star break: they are undefeated in the February contests at the Barclays Center, but are winless on the road. On Friday, the Nets rested Kevin Garnett and fell to the Pistons in Detroit by 16 points. However, Mason Plumlee led Jason Kidd’s squad past the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday as he set a new career-high in points and matched a career-high in rebounds. Paul Pierce took the reins on Wednesday as the Nets defeated the Bobcats, but Brooklyn struggled again on the second night of a back-to-back with a 92-76 loss in Chicago.

2-10-14: The Nets’ busy week started with an ugly home loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Brooklyn set the NBA record for the fewest rebounds in a game on Friday in the 120-95 loss. Then on Saturday, the Nets knew they were in for a difficult test. They headed to Indiana to face a team that had lost just two games at home all season. Deron Williams returned to the starting lineup, but that was not enough for Brooklyn. The Pacers defeated the Nets by one point that evening. Even with this losing streak, the NBA named Jason Kidd the Eastern Conference Coach of the Month on Monday. Shaun Livingston was inspired by the announcement and went on to get a career-high seven steals in Brooklyn’s 108-102 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. The Nets made it two wins in a row as they rode their 63 second-half points to a win over the depleted San Antonio Spurs on Thursday.

2-3-14: The Nets continued their winning streak during the weekend, as they defeated both the Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics. On Friday, Mirza Teletovic scored a career-high 34 points and Kevin Garnett contributed his second double-double of the season in Brooklyn’s one-point victory over the Mavericks. Then on Sunday, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett returned to Boston for the first time since being traded. Pierce was overcome with emotion, but his teammates were able to get the victory in the low-scoring affair. For the second time in January, the Nets won five consecutive games, but Pierce’s game-high 33 points on Monday were not enough as Brooklyn gave the game away to the Toronto Raptors.

1-27-14: The Nets had a light week of games after returning from London, but they were busy off the court. Brooklyn acquired Marquis Teague from the Bulls in exchange for Toko Shengelia on the same day that the organization traded Tyshawn Taylor to the New Orleans Pelicans for the draft rights to Edin Bavcic. While the Nets were dealing for their new third-string point guard, their star point guard returned to the court for each of the team’s two games this past week. After sitting for five contests, Deron Williams came off the bench for the first time since his rookie year. He played more than 25 minutes against both the New York Knicks and Orlando Magic and helped the Nets move to an NBA-best 8-1 record in January.

1-20-14: The Nets finished 2013 at 11 games below .500, but they are quickly making a name for themselves with their strong performances in the New Year. Unfortunately, Deron Williams did not get to be on the court with his “D-Will” jersey, but Brooklyn still won the NBA’s first nickname jersey game on January 10. The Nets defeated the Miami Heat, 104-95, in double-overtime to push their winning streak to a season-best five games. However, with Kevin Garnett resting on Saturday against the Toronto Raptors, the streak ended with a 16-point loss. The Nets then traveled to London to take on the Atlanta Hawks. Brooklyn made 16 shots from 3-point distance to win, 127-110.

1-3-14: Shaun Livingston kicked off the week with a vintage performance. He led all scorers with 20 points en route to leading his team to a 104-93 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. The Nets then embarked on arguably the toughest three-game road trip for any team this season, as they faced the Indiana Pacers, San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder. Not only did Brooklyn have to start it off with the second night of a back-to-back in Indiana, but the team also had to play without Andray Blatche and Tyshawn Taylor. Although they lost by a combined 35 points against the Pacers and Spurs, Deron Williams’ game-high 29 points and Joe Johnson’s buzzer-beater brought the Nets the shocking upset over the Thunder on Thursday.

2014-15 Brooklyn Nets Schedule

Oct. 29 at Boston 7:30
Nov. 1 at Detroit 7:30
Nov. 3 Oklahoma City 7:30
Nov. 5 Minnesota 7:30
Nov. 7 New York 7:30
Nov. 9 Orlando 3:30
Nov. 12 at Phoenix 9:00
Nov. 13 at Golden State 10:30
Nov. 15 at Portland 10:00
Nov. 17 Miami 7:30
Nov. 19 Milwaukee 7:30
Nov. 21 at Oklahoma City 8:00
Nov. 22 at San Antonio 8:30
Nov. 26 at Philadelphia 7:00
Nov. 30 Chicago 3:00
Dec. 2 at New York 7:30
Dec. 3 San Antonio 7:30
Dec. 5 Atlanta 7:30
Dec. 8 Cleveland 7:30
Dec. 10 at Chicago 8:00
Dec. 12 Philadelphia 7:30
Dec. 13 at Charlotte 7:00
Dec. 16 Miami 7:30
Dec. 17 at Toronto 8:00
Dec. 19 at Cleveland 7:30
Dec. 21 Detroit 6:00
Dec. 23 Denver 7:30
Dec. 26 at Boston 1:00
Dec. 27 Indiana 8:00
Dec. 29 Sacramento 7:30
Dec. 30 at Chicago 8:00
Jan. 2 at Orlando 7:00
Jan. 4 at Miami 6:00
Jan. 5 Dallas 7:30
Jan. 7 Boston 7:30
Jan. 9 Philadelphia 7:30
Jan. 10 at Detroit 7:30
Jan. 12 Houston 7:30
Jan. 14 Memphis 7:30
Jan. 16 at Washington 7:00
Jan. 17 Washington 8:00
Jan. 21 at Sacramento 10:00
Jan. 22 at Los Angeles 10:30
Jan. 24 at Utah 9:00
Jan. 26 Portland 7:30
Jan. 28 at Atlanta 7:30
Jan. 30 Toronto 7:30
Feb. 2 Los Angeles 7:30
Feb. 4 at Toronto 7:30
Feb. 6 New York 7:00
Feb. 7 at Washington 7:00
Feb. 9 at Milwaukee 8:00
Feb. 10 at Memphis 8:00
Feb. 20 at Los Angeles 10:30
Feb. 23 at Denver 9:00
Feb. 25 at New Orleans 8:00
Feb. 27 at Houston 8:00
Feb. 28 at Dallas 8:30
Mar. 2 Golden State 7:30
Mar. 4 Charlotte 7:30
Mar. 6 Phoenix 7:30
Mar. 8 Utah 6:00
Mar. 10 New Orleans 7:30
Mar. 11 at Miami 7:30
Mar. 14 at Philadelphia 7:30
Mar. 16 at Minnesota 8:00
Mar. 18 at Cleveland 7:00
Mar. 20 Milwaukee 7:30
Mar. 21 at Indiana 7:00
Mar. 23 Boston 7:30
Mar. 25 at Charlotte 7:00
Mar. 27 Cleveland 7:30
Mar. 29 Los Angeles 3:30
Mar. 31 Indiana 7:30
Apr. 1 at New York 7:30
Apr. 3 Toronto 7:30
Apr. 4 at Atlanta 7:30
Apr. 8 Atlanta 7:30
Apr. 10 Washington 7:30
Apr. 12 at Milwaukee 3:00
Apr. 13 Chicago 7:30
Apr. 15 Orlando 8:00

Brooklyn Nets Ticket Prices

Average Home Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
2010-2011: $59.87
2011-2012: $37
2012-2013: $188.44
2013-2014: $139.38
2014-2015: $155.61

Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

Date Opponent Avg Price
3/27/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $402.03
12/08/2014 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $312.61
3/29/2015 vs. Los Angeles Lakers: $280.10
11/07/2014 vs. New York Knicks: $279.02
2/06/2015 vs. New York Knicks: $271.81

Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
3/27/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $402.03
4/25/2014 vs. New York Knicks: $363.78
11/01/2013 vs. Miami Heat: $358.38
1/10/2014 vs. Miami Heat: $334.80
12/08/2014 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $312.61

Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

Date Opponent Avg Price
11/05/2014 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves: $74.94
11/09/2014 vs. Orlando Magic: $80.56
12/05/2014 vs. Atlanta Hawks: $100.61
12/12/2014 vs. Philadelphia 76ers: $103.23
12/01/2014 vs. Detroit Pistons: $106.77

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
4/08/2012 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: $16
2/19/2012 vs. Milwaukee Bucks: $17
2/08/2012 vs. Detroit Pistons: $17
2/01/2012 vs. Detroit Pistons: $18
3/12/2012 vs. Milwaukee Bucks: $19

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