Brooklyn Nets Tickets & 2021 Schedule
Demand for Nets tickets in the 2021 season is driven by their growing legion of fans in the New York area, including their strong base in Brooklyn. With stars like Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving and a supporting cast of fan favorites, the Nets rank among the NBA's most exciting teams. The opportunity to see Brooklyn play is one that even fans in Manhattan will cross the bridge to take advantage of. Basketball fans in any of the five Burroughs know that home games at Barclays are can't-miss events.
The biggest Nets games are when Brooklyn plays their rivals the Knicks. Whether the game is at home or over at The Garden expect to see a large crowd of Nets fans in attendance. Other big Nets home games include the Bucks, Celtics, Heat, Lakers, Raptors and Warriors. Nets fans appreciate Eastern Conference rivals, so expect a big crowd on any Friday night that the Nets take on a conference opponent, but what they really want in New York is to see the stars. Buy your Nets tickets early anytime LeBron, Steph or Giannis are coming to town.
Nets fans loving seeing their team in the NBA Playoffs and believe this will be another year that Brooklyn can make a run through the postseason to the Eastern Conference Finals. A dream season for Brooklyn fans would be a Nets return to the NBA Finals where they would be hosting home Finals games at Barclay's Center. The team in Brooklyn may have the talent in 2021 to make that run at an NBA Finals trophy.
Nets vs Knicks Rivalry Game
The Nets first played the Knicks way back in 1976. Today this crosstown rivalry between the Nets (in Brooklyn) and Knicks (in Manhattan) only continues to grow as the Nets have cultivated a bigger fan base in the five boroughs. New York City is no longer just a Knicks town, as he Nets are an equal in the market. That is why so much is on the line every time the Knicks come over to play at Barclay's Center or the Nets head in to play at The Garden. The Nets vs Knicks rivalry also plays a role in the postseason seeds, as both compete in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. If you live in NYC and love basketball, then do not miss your chance to see this "Battle for New York".
Nets Top Home Games
- vs Boston Celtics
- vs Los Angeles Lakers
- vs Miami Heat
- vs New York Knicks