Game Previews

The playoffs open up in Toronto

The wait is over. After sleepwalking through the final days of the regular season after clinching their playoff spot, the Brooklyn Nets open the 2014 Playoffs up north. Game starts at 12:30 pm on YES and ESPN.

The season ends where it began

Bookends. The Nets started the season with a loss, one viewed back then as an aberration. Now, the Nets would like to end the season with a win, but as Jason Kidd keeps saying, it's about getting everyone healthy and rested so who knows.

Brooklyn wraps up the home schedule vs the Knicks

For the Knicks, this game means nothing other than bragging rights to the city ... but even if they win, the value of that won't last the weekend. They'll be packing up. For the Nets, a win wraps up the fifth seed and a trip (most likely) to Chicago.

The Magic comes to Brooklyn

Shaun Livingston and Alan Anderson will be out again and Jorge Gutierrez will play a lot filling in as the Nets begin the last week of the regular season vs. the Magic, who have beaten the Nets twice in three meetings, including last week.

The Hawks come to Brooklyn

The Nets have not lost in Brooklyn in more than two months ... 15 games, but Jason Kidd has hinted more players will get some rest Friday. For the Hawks, this is a must-win. A Hawk win and Knick loss would clinch a playoff spot.

Nets look to keep the winning streak going

The Nets have won three straight, four of their last five, six of their last seven. Their biggest challenge Wednesday vs. Orlando could be a letdown from the big win in Miami. We'll take it.

Nets go for season sweep of Heat

The Nets beat the Heat twice in preseason and three times in the regular season. It's something the Nets and Heat are well aware of. For Miami, the game may be more important than for Brooklyn. The Heat are fighting for the East's top seed.

Brooklyn opens a road trip in Philly ... with KG?

In an oddity, the 76ers have done well against the Nets this season, despite their historic ineptitude. They actually beat the Nets back in December and hung with them in one of their two losses. The game could see Kevin Garnett's return.

Brooklyn tries to bounce back against Detroit

The Nets would like everyone to forget what happened at MSGn. The Piston would like everyone to forget this season. After an active off-season, the Pistons have disappointed on the court. But they're still a young, athletic squad that can surprise.

Knicks & Nets meet for a critical game at MSG

The Nets go for four in a now ... and 15th straight wins inside New York City limits ... Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. As the Nets fight for the Atlantic Division lead, the Knicks are fighting for their playoff lives.


The Nets try to make history against Houston

The Nets haven't lost at home since the end of January, when the Thunder beat them. Now, at April dawns, the Nets are looking to win their fourteenth straight vs the Dwight Howard-less Rockets. It's also a chance to gain ground in the playoff race.

Nets look to push home winning streak to 13

The Timberwolves are fresh off a monster win over the Lakers Friday night scoring 143 points. The Nets haven't allowed an opponent to score 100 points in their last 11 home wins. The Nets have more to play for. They're in the playoffs. T-Wolves not.

Nets try to avoid overtime against Cavs

The Nets tied an NBA record Wednesday when they played their third straight overtime game. It's something 15 teams have endured, the last one the Magic in 2001. It's a record they'd like to avoid Friday night when they go for their 12 straight win.

The road trip ends in Charlotte

The Nets have a chance to move up in the Eastern Conference playoff picture Wednesday when they face the Bobcats. After the Raptors lost to the Cavs, Brooklyn is now only a game and a half behind Toronto and two behind Chicago.

The Nets head to New Orleans to play the Pelicans

The Nets arrived in New Orleans past midnight, but their 757 had to be a happy place on the flight from Dallas. Andrei Kirilenko has to be questionable and Kevin Garnett didn't make the flight. That's two fewer bodies to battle Anthony Davis.

Previewing Nets-Mavs: 5 Questions with Tim Cato

Tim Cato of Mavs Moneyball helps us preview tonight's matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and the Brooklyn Nets.

The Nets begin a three game road trip in Dallas

Eleven straight at home. Facing a team that is focused on the Draft, the Nets didn't fall into the trap and were able to beat Boston on Friday night. At 36-31, Brooklyn is within one game of...

Brooklyn tries to make it 11 straight at home

Nets take on the Boston Celtics at home, looking to win their 11th straight game at Barclays.

The Nets & Bobcats battle for playoff positioning

After a rough loss in Washington on Saturday, the Nets were looking to bounce back. They were able to do so and beat ninth seeded (in the Western Conference) Phoenix at home on Monday. The Nets...

Brooklyn returns home to face the Suns

The Nets look to bounce-back in a home game against Gerald Green and the Phoenix Suns.

Big game in DC for the Nets and Wizards

The Nets flew up from Miami late Friday, spending the two games after the Heat win in sunny south Florida. On Saturday, they will play for fifth place in the East. Brooklyn is currently one percentage point ahead of Washington.

KG, AK-47 both out vs. the Heat

Andrei Kirilenko is out vs. the Heat, missing his second game and Kevin Garnett stayed home and will miss his seventh straight game with back spasms. There's no guarantee he'll play Monday.

Brooklyn tries to beat Miami for the third time

The Nets will go for their sixth win in seven games Wednesday -- a better record of late than Miami -- but may not have their two best defenders, Kevin Garnett and Andrei Kirilenko. KG (back) stayed at home and AK-47 is questionable.

Livingston credits Plumlee development for success

The Nets will be without Kevin Garnett Wednesday when they take the court in Miami, but to hear Shaun Livingston tell it -- and with numbers to back it up -- Brooklyn will be fine with Mason Plumlee manning the back line.

Critical Atlantic Division matchup in Brooklyn

If the Nets are going to make up a four game deficit and win the Atlantic Division, they have to win Monday vs. Toronto. There is no other way out. The other reality is that the Nets are likely to be down key players while the Raps are healthly.

Brooklyn tries to bounce back against Sacramento

The Nets return to Barclays Center where they hope the rims are more forgiving that those they kept clanging in Boston with three point attempts. Kevin Garnett's availability is not yet known but Marcus Thornton can expected to be up for this one.

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