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New York Knicks vs. Brooklyn Nets Info

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Knicks vs. Nets Basketball Game

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Recent Matchups

Friday, February 6, 2015 at Barclays Center (Brooklyn, NY.) Nets 92, Knicks 88 The Brooklyn Nets finished off the New York series in 2015 with a win over the New York Knicks. Nets center Brook Lopez came off the bench to put in 33 minutes and a game high 22 points leading the Nets passed the Knicks at the Barclays Center. The Nets led the game by 8 points at halftime, but found themselves down going into the 4th. But, despite a strong game from the Knicks Jose Calderon, the Nets were able to pull out the game and the season series.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY.) Nets 98, Knicks 93 The Brooklyn Nets rode Brook Lopez's 23 points to a 5 point victory over their cross town rival Knicks at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks continued their early season slide, despite a strong game from Jose Calderon. The Nets weathered a 29 point offensive barrage by the Knicks in the 4th quarter and held on to win their 7th game of the season.

Friday, November 7, 2014 at Barclays Center (Brooklyn, NY.) Nets 110, Knicks 99 Deron Williams quieted all talk about his ankle injury and New York’s winning streak in Brooklyn, leading the Nets to a staple win over their crosstown rival. Williams led the game in scoring with 29 points, but got plenty of help from Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson who combined for 38 points. Knicks star Carmelo Anthony struggled to find rhythm, finishing with 19 points, but on 5 of 20 shooting. In the first meeting between these two rivals in the 2014-2015 NBA Season, the Nets showed much improvement and dominated the game behind stellar shooting.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at Barclays Center (Brooklyn, NY.) Knicks 109, Nets 98 The good news for the New York Knicks is that despite having to play this one with out Carmelo Anthony they are the champions of the New York Championship, but thats about it. A small labrum tear in Melo's shoulder kept him from competing but was not enough to keep the Knicks from doing so in their 109-98 win over inner-city rival Nets. Though Brooklyn may have been taking it easy to prepare for the playoffs, they will need to play much better than this to make a run in this years post season.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY.) Knicks 110, Nets 81 As the matchups between the two teams have been all year long, the Nets and Knicks had another blow-out Wednesday. This time favoring the Knicks, who were also fighting for a spot in the playoffs and with the win moved into 8th place in the Eastern Conference. New York came to play early taking a dominant 15 point lead in the first half that would turn into a 70-44 lead in the 3rd. J.R. Smith and Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks in scoring with 24 and 23 points from each to finish the game ahead of the Nets 110-81.

Monday, January 20, 2014 at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY.) Nets 103, Knicks 80 Brooklyn hit the court at MSG and took no prisoners sending the Knicks to their fourth strait loss with a 103-80 routing in front of teams home crowd. Johnson came away with 25 points for the Nets while Deron Williams return proved beneficial for Brooklyn as Nets fans turned MSG into the Barclays Center with looming Brook-lyn chants. Carmelo put up a double double with 26 points and 12 rebounds but the Knicks as a whole just couldn't put it together as they continue to struggle mid-season.

Thursday, December 5, 2013 at Barclays Center (Brooklyn, NY.) Knicks 113, Nets 83 Carmelo Anthony was able to pull out a double double and end a 9-game losing streak by crushing their Big Apple rival Nets 113-83. It was almost like a switch had been flipped for the Knicks, who resembled the division champions NYC remembers from just a season ago, as the squad outscored Brooklyn in all four quarters of play at the Barclays Center.

Monday, January 21, 2013 at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY.) Nets 88, Knicks 85 With 22 seconds left in the game, J. Johnson dropped in the go ahead jumper in a crucial win for Brooklyn to stay even with the Knicks in the series and just behind them in the standings. Melo was productive all night until the fourth quarter where he missed all six shots to finish 11 of 29 with 29 points. The win completed the first year of the Big Apple Rivalry leaving fans eager to see where the competition takes the new rivalry.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY.) Knicks 100, Nets 86 A 31 point performance from a returning Carmelo Anthony was enough to turn this early close game into a 100-86 rout of the Brooklyn Nets. The Knicks came out in the second half and dominated both sides of the ball putting up 48 points and holding the Nets to just 38. The game at MSG gave the Nets their third straight loss and New York a six game advantage in the Atlantic Division.