Nets Playoff Tickets Tickets
The NBA Playoffs are about to get underway and the lineup is almost complete. Some thrilling regular season encounters are still to take place and you can get Nets Playoff tickets to enjoy great on-court action. With a playoff spot already confirmed, the Nets will be looking to use their remaining regular season games to prepare for the playoffs in the best way possible. A strong finish to the regular season is on the cards for the side from The Borough of Trees and they will be raring to go in the playoffs with the Larry O’ Brien Championship Trophy up for grabs. Buy your tickets to watch the Nets play as soon as possible.
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The Nets in Brief
The Brooklyn Nets began life as one of the charter franchises of the American Basketball Association (ABA), a rival league of the NBA, in 1967. They were known as the New Jersey Americans in their first season but a move to the Long Island the following year meant that a change of name was in order and the team became known as the New York Nets.
During their time in the ABA, the Nets won two league titles in three seasons between 1974 and 1976 before the ABA merged with the NBA. As a result of this merger, the NBA absorbed four ABA franchises with the Nets being one of them. The other three included the Indiana Pacers, the Denver Nuggets and the San Antonio Spurs.
In 1977, the Nets came back to New Jersey and took the name New Jersey Nets. This would be the case until 2012 when the team moved to the newly-constructed Barclays Center in Brooklyn and took the name Brooklyn Nets. They share their home arena with the NHL’s New York Islanders. Enjoy the Nets playing at this state-of-the-art facility by getting Nets Playoff tickets.
Many of the game’s finest players have plied their trade with the Nets over the years such as Hall of Famers Rick Barry, Mel Daniels, Bernard King, Dikembe Mutombo, Maurice Cheeks and Jason Kidd. Furthermore, a number of Hall of Fame inductees have also coached the Nets down the years. These include the likes of Larry Brown, Chuck Daly, and Lou Carnesecca among others. The Nets have historically had a local rivalry with the New York Knicks. With both teams based in New York, games between the two sides have always been fiercely contested.
The Postseason: Nets Playoffs Record
The Brooklyn Nets have won 4 NBA Division titles and 2 Conference Championships. Most of these honors were achieved during a highly successful period after the turn of the century. Led by Hall of Famer Jason Kidd, one of the best point guards in the history of the game, the Nets were the undisputed kings of their division while they also won back-to-back Conference crowns in 2002 and 2003.
When it comes to playoff opponents, the Nets have frequently faced off against the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Detroit Pistons, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Miami Heat. In addition, they have also played against the Boston Celtics, the Indiana Pacers and the Toronto Raptors a few times. The Nets actually have a perfect postseason record against the Raptors, Celtics and the Pacers.
This year, they are back in the playoffs after not being able to qualify for the last few years. Currently on a good run of form, the Nets will be looking to make the most of this opportunity in the postseason. Follow their journey by getting Nets Playoff tickets.