The Brooklyn Nets have announced their 2022-23 regular season schedule, presented by SeatGeek. The Nets will tip off the new season Wednesday, Oct. 19, versus New Orleans at Barclays Center.
This season, 18 of Brooklyn’s 41 home games will be played on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, and the team will host four afternoon contests at Barclays Center.
The Nets will be featured on national television 23 times, with one game on ABC, seven games on ESPN, five games on TNT and 10 games on NBA TV.
Brooklyn’s longest stretch at Barclays Center this season will be a seven-game homestand beginning on Sunday, Nov. 27, versus Portland and ending Friday, Dec. 9, versus Atlanta.
The team’s two longest road trips will each span five games, with the first beginning Tuesday, Jan. 17, at San Antonio and ending Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Philadelphia and the second spanning from Tuesday, March 7, at Houston through Tuesday, March 14, at Oklahoma City.
Brooklyn’s schedule also includes 14 back-to-back sets.
YES Network will serve as the exclusive regional broadcast home for Nets basketball for the 21st consecutive season.
The full Nets’ 2022-23 schedule can be found at brooklynnets.com/schedule.