Brooklyn Nets Washington DC Tickets
Statistically the Washington Wizards are a much stronger team than the Brooklyn Nets. The Wizards have won one NBA Championship, while the Nets have won none. Furthermore, the two teams have played a total of 180 regular season games out of which the Wizards have won 96, while the Nets have won 84. The two teams have also met in NBA playoffs twice, and the Wizards have been victorious both times. So going by history, you can expect the Wizards to win next time the two meet each other, but then this is a game of basketball where upsets do occur and often sometimes. So get your Brooklyn Nets Washington tickets now and get ready to watch the Nets take on the Wizards.
The Wizards is the team of basketball greats like Wes Unseld, Gus Johnson, Elvin Hayes and Earl Monroe, while some of Nets greatest players were Buck Williams, John Williamson, Jason Kidd and Julius Erving.
The Brooklyn Nets
As the name suggests, The Nets are based in Brooklyn, New York. An NBA team which plays in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference, the Nets was founded in 1967 and were the member of American Basketball Association (ABA). They were then called the New Jersey Americans. The next year, the team relocated to New York and was called the New York Nets. As members of the ABA, they won the ABA Championship twice. When ABA merged with NBA, the team became a member of the NBA and in 1977 was renamed the New Jersey Nets. In 2012, they were renamed the Brooklyn Nets. They play their home games at Barclays Center.
The Washington Wizards
The Wizards play in the Eastern Conference Southeast Division of the NBA. The Wizards were formed in 1961 as the Chicago Packers. In 1962, they were renamed the Chicago Zephyrs. In 1963, the team moved to Baltimore and was renamed the Baltimore Bullets. The Bullets then became the Capital Bullets in 1973. In 1974, the team was renamed the Washington Bullets, which were later renamed the Washington Wizards in 1997. In this way, The Wizards’ history is similar to the Nets’ history.
With Brooklyn Nets Washington tickets in hand, head on over to the Verizon Center, the home of the Wizards, and watch an exhilarating game of basketball.