The Brooklyn Nets are loaded.
Despite growing uncertainty about the availability of Kyrie Irving, the Nets still enter the season as favorites to win the 2022 NBA title. Kevin Durant almost single-handedly led the Nets past eventual champion Milwaukee Bucks without Irving. and with a beaten James Harden. Even if Irving loses considerable time, Harden is fully recovered, giving Brooklyn the most devastating 1-2 offensive hit in the NBA.
Brooklyn also bolstered the rest of the roster in a busy offseason that featured key signings in Patty Mills, LaMarcus Aldridge and Paul Millsap. Mills, in particular, looks set for a great year after an outstanding performance for Australia at the Olympics and should be able to replace Irving reasonably well.
The team also brought back Blake Griffin, who garnered attention last season and enters the designated year as Brooklyn’s starting center and the best defensive option against Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Nets schedule and how you can see the team during the 2021-22 season.
How to view Nets without cable
If you don’t have cable, there are a few options for you to stream Nets games during the 2021-22 season.
-The good news is that fuboTV carries YES Network, which means you can watch all Nets games live if you live in the market. Unfortunately, if you live off the market, fuboTV will not carry the RSN.
-If you live outside the market, your best option is NBA League Pass. There are a variety of subscription options with League Pass, including a full season package that includes all live games outside of your local market. Alternatively, you can choose a pass from a team that allows you to catch Warriors games.
-National TV games on ESPN, TNT, and NBA TV are held on a number of streaming services including fuboTV, SlingTV, YouTube TV and Hulu + Live Sports.
You can find information on NBA blackouts here.
Nets Schedules 2021-22
The Nets will speak for 20 games during October and November. You can see each and every one live on YES Network.
Major matchups against the Charlotte Hornets, New Orleans Pelicans and Chicago Bulls will air nationally on ESPN, while their games against the Los Angeles Lakers, LA Clippers and Brooklyn Nets will be broadcast on TNT.
|Date||Adversary||Tip (ET)||Television channel|
|October 19||at Milwaukee Bucks||7:30 pm||TNT, YES network|
|October 22||in the Philadelphia 76ers||7:30 pm||ESPN, YES network|
|October 24th||against Charlotte Hornets||16:00||YES Network|
|October 25||against Washington Wizards||7:30 pm||NBA TV, YES Network|
|October 27th||against Miami Heat||7:30 pm||YES Network|
|October 29th||against Indiana Pacers||7:30 pm||YES Network|
|31 October||against Detroit Pistons||7:00 pm||YES Network|
|November 3||against Atlanta Hawks||7:30 pm||ESPN, YES network|
|November 5th||at Detroit Pistons||7:00 pm||YES Network|
|November 7||at Toronto Raptors||3:30 pm||YES Network|
|November 8th||in Chicago Bulls||8:00 pm||NBA TV, YES Network|
|November 10||at Orlando Magic||7:00 pm||YES Network|
|12th of November||in New Orleans Pelicans||8:00 pm||YES Network|
|November 14th||in Oklahoma City Thunder||8:00 pm||YES Network|
|Nov. 16||against the Golden State Warriors||7:30 pm||TNT, YES network|
|November 17||against Cleveland Cavaliers||7:00 pm||YES Network|
|November 19th||against Orlando Magic||7:30 pm||YES Network|
|November 22th||at Cleveland Cavaliers||10:00 pm||NBA TV, YES Network|
|November 24||at Boston Celtics||7:30 pm||ESPN, YES network|
|November 27||against Phoenix Suns||7:30 pm||NBA TV, YES Network|
|November 30||against the New York Knicks||7:30 pm||ESPN, YES network|
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.