Grade the Game At Any Time!

Tonight: The 36-26 Brooklyn Nets travel to Atlanta tonight to take on the Atlanta Hawks for the third and final time this season. The teams split the first two matchups, with each team winning at home. The Nets haven't won in Atlanta since November 2008.

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Watch & Listen: Tonight's game is broadcast on YES Network. Ryan "The Pronunciation Guide" Ruocco and Mike "The Czar" Fratello are on the call. The game is radio simulcast on WFAN, and in Spanish on WADO.

More on tonight's game, including injuries and stats, after the jump... MORE →


Grade the Game at any time!

Tonight: The 13-20 Sacramento Kings are in Brooklyn tonight to take on the 18-15 Brooklyn Nets, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn at 7:30 P.M. EST. The Nets are 4-1 in the P.J. Carlesimo era. The Kings have also won four of their last five games.

Watch & Listen: The game is broadcast on YES Network. Ian Eagle & Jim Spanarkel are on the call. The game is radio broadcast on WFAN Radio, and simulcast in Spanish on WADO.

Injuries: Kris Humphries is inactive tonight. C.J. Watson is a game-time decision. The Kings are without Tyreke Evans.

Starting Lineups:
Sacramento Kings: Isaiah Thomas, John Salmons, Francisco Garcia, Jason Thompson, DeMarcus Cousins
Brooklyn Nets: Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace, Reggie Evans, Brook Lopez

Advanced Statistics:
Sacramento Kings: 101.4 offensive rating (15th), 106.4 defensive rating (28th), 94.9 possessions per game (11th)
Brooklyn Nets: 103.1 offensive rating (11th), 103.7 defensive rating (21st), 90.56 possessions per game (29th)

Go Nets!


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The lowdown: The 16-15 Brooklyn Nets take on the 24-6 Oklahoma City Thunder tonight at 8 P.M. EST, at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. The Thunder are 15-2 in their last 17 games and haven't lost at home since November 14th. The Nets are 5-11 in their last 16 games, haven't won on the road since December 12th, and most recently were blown out on the road against San Antonio thanks to a five-point third quarter, the lowest in franchise history.

So this might be difficult.

Watch & Listen: The game is televised on YES Network. Ian Eagle & Mike Fratello are on the call. If you don't have TV or your television was stolen by wildebeests, it's radio broadcast on WFAN Radio. You can also listen in Spanish on WADO Radio.

Brooklyn Nets: Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace, Reggie Evans Brook Lopez
Oklahoma City Thunder: Russell Westbrook, Thabo Sefolosha, Kevin Durant, Serge Ibaka, Kendrick Perkins

Advanced Statistics:
Brooklyn Nets: 102.6 offensive rating (12th), 104.1 defensive rating (21st), 90.34 possessions per game (29th)
Oklahoma City Thunder: 110.6 offensive rating (1st), 100.1 defensive rating (8th), 95.18 possessions per game (8th)