Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.
The Brooklyn Nets play their first home game at Barclays Center against the Washington Wizards, in a preseason tussle on October 15. The New York Knicks visit for the regular-season opener on November 1 and again on December 11. More highlights from the season include the Christmas Day preturkey/Chinese-and-a-movie game at noon against the Boston Celtics; LeBron James and the Miami Heat visiting on January 30; and the L.A. Lakers, with Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard in tow, follow on February 5.
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Season tickets are still available for the inaugural term at the new arena (as of October 4), although the cheapest, starting at $15 a game, are sold out. Half-season tickets that cover a selection of games (including the home opener, the Christmas matchup, and the Heat and Lakers) are available for between $2,310 and $3,080. Two mini plans of 11 games are also being sold ($45–$175 per game); we prefer the Atlantic schedule, which includes the Knicks' visit on December 11.
As with all NBA teams, quantity, location and price of seats for individual games vary based on the opponent, the day of the week the game falls on and when the ticket is bought.
Stand by for details on a program that will release a limited quantity of $15 tickets 72 hours before each game. We'll wager that the tickets will be made available in person from the arena's box office. We'll announce the specifics as soon as we hear (and have reserved our spot at the front of the line).