Very good experience. A really and fun NBAxperience.
Such a hassle. Both teams were equally bad. Waste of time, waste of money.
I thoroughly enjoyed the game. The excitement level, entertainment quality with the performers and the community involvement made it feel more like a show then a regularly game. Great time.
Barclays was fantastic!
I had never been to the Barclays before and it did not disappoint. We had a great time at the Nets game.
Great experience. Excellent basketball Game. I recommend.
Basketball was unforgettable
The game is amazing. Every time when I come back to NYC I will go to a game.
It was ok
My seat were amazing & although it was a pre-season game, the section I was on was boring, plus the drinks were way overpriced, but other than that, I had a great time.
good show but not competitive match
Barclays Center is a beautiful arena. The show was vey amazing but the match didn't excite me. Another negative note was the long wait outside in the cold for backpacks checks. The entrance at the Barclay's Center opened at 6:30 we were able to sit our seats just in time for the kick-off. A security guard did not even allow me to get an autograph from Kennet Anderson and Kerry Kittles telling me it was too late. This man was the only rude American person I met in a week's vacation in New York.
Nice seats and decent view. Game was a joke with tshirt toss and all timepass rather than focusing on actual game
The stadium has an excellent infrastructure, the staff are gracious. Besides, the game was perfect. It was an exceptional experience. However, something made me sad. Responsible security ordered me to take a gift, that I had bought to a friend, to the trash. That was completely unnecessary.
Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center
A new era for Nets basketball began with the opening of Barclays Center for the 2012-13 season. The state-of-the-art arena offers fans an intimate setting, outstanding sightlines, premium amenities and the distinctive Brooklyn Taste program, bringing the borough's culinary favorites to the arena's concessions, suites, restaurants, and clubs. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, Barclays Center is easily accessible by 11 subway lines at the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center station, plus the Long Island Rail Road at Atlantic Terminal.
Brooklyn Nets 2018-19 Season
As they enter their third season under general manager Sean Marks and head coach Kenny Atkinson, the Brooklyn Nets feature an exciting young core bolstered by the offseason additions of proven veterans to strengthen the team's depth.
The dynamic backcourt features leading scorer D'Angelo Russell, Most Improved Player finalist Spencer Dinwiddie, rising swingman Caris LeVert and the deep-shooting pair of Allen Crabbe and Joe Harris.
Up front, second-year center Jarrett Allen came on strong in claiming a starting role as a rookie, and forwards DeMarre Carroll and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson are coming off their best pro seasons.
In addition to rookie draft picks Dzanan Musa and Rodions Kurucs, the Nets added veterans Ed Davis, Kenneth Faried, Jared Dudley, Shabazz Napier, and Treveon Graham to fortify the bench as they aim to take another leap after last season's eight-win improvement.
Brooklyn Nets History
Founded in 1967 as a member of the American Basketball Association, the franchise began as the New Jersey Americans before relocating to Long Island for its second season and becoming the Nets. After merging into the NBA for the 1976-77 season, the Nets moved to New Jersey and remained for 35 seasons before relocating to Brooklyn in 2012.
The Nets closed their ABA era as the league's marquee franchise, reaching the finals in 1972 and then winning championships in 1974 and 1976 as the legendary Julius Erving won the league's final three MVP awards. Powered by forward Buck Williams, the Nets made five straight NBA playoff appearances from 1981-82 through 1985-86. Williams won the Rookie of the Year award in 1982 and became the first Net to earn an All-NBA nod in 1983.
In 1991-92, the Nets, propelled by top scorer Dražen Petrović and young catalysts Derrick Coleman and Kenny Anderson, returned to the playoffs, with both Coleman and Petrović earning All-NBA honors in 1993. The arrival of point guard Jason Kidd in 2001 sparked the team's greatest NBA era. Joined by Richard Jefferson, Kenyon Martin, and Kerry Kittles, Kidd led the Nets to a franchise-record 52 wins in 2001-02 and back-to-back NBA Finals appearances in 2002 and 2003. With high-flying Vince Carter arriving during the 2004-05 season, the Nets made six straight playoff appearances.