The Brooklyn Nets’ journey ended in the first round of the NBA Playoffs last season; getting swept by the Toronto Raptors.
Even so, Caris LeVert and Jarrett Allen had some amazing moments and they took big steps in the offense. However, the Nets defensive performance simply wasn’t the same as their offensive output. They let the Raptors score an average of 122.9 per 100 possessions and this was the third highest mark for a team in any playoff series in the last 10 years.
Even without lot of changes to the Nets roster from last season, fans are expecting them to dominate the schedule.
Brooklyn Nets TV schedule 2020-21
We’ve gone all these words talking about the roster without mentioning Kevin Durant somehow. Has to be a record. The Durantula will be ready for the start of the new season, coming back from the Achilles tear he suffered in the 2019 Finals. Kyrie Irving is also back after managing to play only 20 games last season.
With Durant and Irving being unquestionably the team’s two best players and prepared for the new season, the expectations are very high for the Nets to not only make the playoffs as a top seed, but advance to the Conference Finals at a minimum.
|Tue||Dec 22||vs Golden State||07:00:00 PM||TNT|
|Fri||Dec 25||@ Boston||05:00:00 PM||ABC|
|Sun||Dec 27||@ Charlotte||07:00:00 PM||NBATV|
|Mon||Dec 28||vs Memphis||07:30:00 PM||NBATV|
|Wed||Dec 30||vs Atlanta||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Jan 1||vs Atlanta||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Sun||Jan 3||vs Washington||06:00:00 PM||NBATV|
|Tue||Jan 5||vs Utah||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Thu||Jan 7||vs Philadelphia||07:30:00 PM||TNT|
|Fri||Jan 8||@ Memphis||08:00:00 PM||–|
|Sun||Jan 10||vs Oklahoma City||06:00:00 PM||–|
|Tue||Jan 12||vs Denver||07:30:00 PM||ESPN|
|Wed||Jan 13||@ New York||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Jan 16||vs Orlando||06:00:00 PM||–|
|Mon||Jan 18||vs Milwaukee||07:30:00 PM||TNT|
|Wed||Jan 20||@ Cleveland||07:00:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Jan 22||@ Cleveland||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Jan 23||vs Miami||07:30:00 PM||NBATV|
|Mon||Jan 25||vs Miami||07:30:00 PM||NBATV|
|Wed||Jan 27||@ Atlanta||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Jan 29||@ Oklahoma City||08:00:00 PM||–|
|Sun||Jan 31||@ Washington||07:00:00 PM||NBATV|
|Tue||Feb 2||vs LA Clippers||07:30:00 PM||TNT|
|Fri||Feb 5||vs Toronto||07:30:00 PM||ESPN|
|Sat||Feb 6||@ Philadelphia||07:00:00 PM||–|
|Tue||Feb 9||@ Detroit||07:00:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Feb 10||vs Indiana||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Feb 13||@ Golden State||08:30:00 PM||ABC|
|Mon||Feb 15||@ Sacramento||10:00:00 PM||–|
|Tue||Feb 16||@ Phoenix||10:00:00 PM||TNT|
|Thu||Feb 18||@ LA Lakers||10:00:00 PM||TNT|
|Sun||Feb 21||@ LA Clippers||08:00:00 PM||ESPN|
|Tue||Feb 23||vs Sacramento||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Thu||Feb 25||vs Orlando||07:30:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Feb 27||vs Dallas||08:30:00 PM||ABC|
|Mon||Mar 1||@ San Antonio||08:30:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Mar 3||@ Houston||07:30:00 PM||ESPN|
Last season, the Nets’ record was 35 wins and 37 losses. The Nets will kick off their season on December 22nd against the Golden State Warriors where Durant will meet up with his former team for the first time. Both teams are welcoming back their superstars. Their second game on the schedule will be vs. the Boston Celtics on Christmas Day.
Printable Brooklyn Nets schedule for 2020-21
Feel free to check our printable and convenient schedule for the Brooklyn Nets games for the new season. It’s always good to have it handy instead of looking for upcoming fixtures online.