Tickets to the Brooklyn Nets

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About The Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets franchise has a couple of odd occurrences in their history books. In 1967, they lost a playoff game 2-0 and in 1968 they averaged about 1,100 in attendance.

The playoff defeat is a little misleading. The game wasn’t the epitome of great defense (or inept offense). It was a forfeit.

As for their paltry attendance figure, you have to remember that the Nets were the redheaded stepchild to New York City’s favorite basketball team, the Knicks. Being in the shadow of the Knicks not only meant it was hard to attract fans but it was hard to find a place to play. The Knicks and Madison Square Garden wielded a lot of power in the late sixties and few venues wanted to upset the Big Apple’s number one professional basketball team by housing the fledgling Nets.

Today, finding a place to play is no longer an issue. The Nets play their home games at the world famous Barclays Center located at 620 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. Barclays Center is also home to the New York Islanders.

It took a long time for the transient Nets to find a permanent and prosperous arena, but they found just that when they moved into the Barclays Center in 2012. The team was established in 1967 as the New Jersey Americans. They were charter members of the ABA. Over the years they’ve been called the New Jersey Nets and New York Nets. They’ve also sold Brooklyn Nets tickets to eight different arenas.

The franchise changed their name to the “Nets” because of its connotations to basketball and it rhymes with two other New York sports teams, the Jets (NFL) and Mets (MLB). The Nets joined the NBA in 1976. They are aligned in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Their main rivals are the New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, and Toronto Raptors.

Some of the greatest players to ever don Nets jerseys include Julius Erving, Jason Kidd, Dražen Petrović, Bill Melchionni, Buck Williams, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce.