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The Brooklyn Nets are a force in the NBA that makes the playoffs regularly. Playing their home games at the Barclays Center the Nets go up against teams such as the Celtics, Bucks, 76ers, and more. Ticket King has a large selection of Nets tickets on this page. Pick a game from the schedule, and use our seating chart to get a preview of where you might sit for the next game. Once you find the right tickets, begin the checkout process.
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Brooklyn Nets Tickets and Prices
When do Nets tickets become available?
Nets tickets are released once the NFL schedule comes out. In most seasons, fans can expect the schedule released in August each year.
How Much are Nets Tickets?
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Where do the Nets Play Their Home Games?
The Nets call the Barclays Center their home court. The venue is located at 620 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217.
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Nets 2022 Season in Review
The 2022 Nets finished the season with a 45-37 record. That put them in sixth place in the Eastern Conference, and that was good enough for a playoff spot. They took on the 76ers in that first round. The Nets were eliminated after four straight losses to the 76ers. If you judge the team by the minutes played, Royce O'Neale tops the list. O'Neale played in 76 games and totaled 2409 minutes played. He scored 671 points in total. Nic Claxton also played in 76 games, scoring 961 points. Joe Harris scored 142 three-pointers and had 141 defensive rebounds. Kyrie Irving may have had the biggest name on the roster, but he played in just 40 games in 2022-23 before requesting a trade.
Nets 2021 Season Recap
The Brooklyn Nets were a team destined to go all the way in 2021. With three superstar players on the roster, what could get in the way of that goal? The Milwaukee Bucks were just that team. Still, the Nets impressed NBA basketball fans across the nation, and their final playoff game of last season was a down-to-the-wire finish. Two key injuries had an impact on the season outcome. Spencer Dinwiddie had an ACL injury, and LaMarcus Aldridge was forced into retirement with a heart issue. Kyrie Irving is looking to be healthy in 2021-22, and the league should see impressive numbers coming out of Brooklyn.
Kevin Durant almost single-handedly took over the final three games of the second round of the 2021 playoffs. Bruce Brown kept opposing teams on notice. He was often lined up against the best players across the league. Joe Harris stepped up his game, even after signing a long and large contract. Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving will need to be locked in with contract extensions for the future. If that turns out well for the Nets, this might be the team to beat in the NBA Finals. We're the best source for Nets tickets in the Midwest. All Brooklyn Nets ticket orders are 100% guaranteed.
Nets Team History
The Brooklyn Nets were predicted to be in a struggle to rise in their division. Instead, the Nets shocked the league a year ago, finishing 42-40, and made it into the sixth position for the playoffs. They were led to the playoffs by shooting guard De-Angelo Russel who averaged 21.1 points per game to go along with 7 assists per game and point guard Spencer Dinwiddie, who averaged 16.8 points per game to go along with 4.6 assists per game.
The Nets faced off against the powerhouse 76ers in the playoffs in round one and were sent packing in five games. The Nets season was over, but the performance of this team caught the eye of some big-name free agents, and the Nets were big winners in free agency as a result, adding small forward Kevin Durant and point guard Kyrie Irving. Durant will not play this season, so the Nets are banking on him returning to form beginning next season. Irving will be paired with that talented backcourt of Russel and Dinwiddie. To round out free agency they added center DeAndre Jordan, small forward Wilson Chandler, and shooting guard Garrett Temple. Overall they may have had the best offseason of anyone in the league. The Nets have made a super team, we will now see if that translates into success.
It’s not easy being a Nets fan right now. Years ago, the franchise went all-in on a pair of aging stars, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. Their “win now” move meant trading their future for it, and that never panned out. Neither Garnett nor Pierce are active players anymore, and the Nets are still paying for that mistake. Last season, the team stumbled their way to a 28-54 campaign, finishing with the fourth-worst record overall in the Eastern Conference.
For the draft, the Nets did have one selection, the twenty-ninth overall, which they used on small forward Dzanan Musa from Bosnia. NBA trades are complicated, and following the draft, the Nets made a pair of them. First, they sent guard Jeremy Lin to Atlanta for guard Isaia Cordinier with a whole bunch of future draft rights being swapped around in that trade. Next, they sent guard Isaiah Whitehead to Denver for forwards Darrell Arthur, and Kenneth Faried, a 2019 first-round draft choice and a 2020 second-round draft choice. The Nets look to continue their rebuilding mode.
The Brooklyn Nets have been one of the most fascinating teams in the NBA in recent memory. The Nets were originally founded in 1967 in the old ABA. Throughout their history, the Nets have won their division six times, twice in the ABA, and four times in the NBA. Their last division title came in 2006, which was ironically their fourth division title in five years. That was one of the best eras in franchise history, one in which the team featured one of the best perimeters in basketball history- Jason Kidd, Vince Carter, and Richard Jefferson. In addition, the Nets have won the Eastern Conference two times- 2002, and 2003. Also, the Nets have two old-school ABA Championships to their name, 1974, and 1976.
After falling for a while, the Nets have recently become one of those teams who have attempted to “buy” a championship. In the 2013 offseason, the Nets mortgaged their future in a trade that sent numerous draft choices and young players to the Nets in exchange for aging legends Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. That move ended in utter failure and neither played for the Nets anymore. Team owner Mikhail Prokhorov has put the Nets up for sale. Stay tuned, this could get entertaining.
The Brooklyn Nets had an unremarkable 2015-2016 season. The Nets finished the year with a record of 21-61, good for the third-worst record in the NBA overall. Usually, teams that finish at the bottom of the league have a high draft choice to look forward to. That’s not the case for the Nets. Several years ago, in one of the most “head-scratching” moves in sports history, the Nets traded their future essentially, for aging stars Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. The move ended in epic failure as it got the Nets nowhere and the Celtics ended up with the Nets draft choice this season, which was third overall.
The Nets did swing a trade to acquire the Pacers first-round draft choice though. Small forward Caris LeVert from Michigan is now on the team. The Nets did very little in free agency, adding to their woeful season. To make matters worse, the Nets and Celtics will swap first-round draft choices next year, and again in 2018, the Celtics will once again receive the Nets first-round draft choice. So far this season the Nets are off to a 7-22 start, and it's not looking too great in Brooklyn right now.