With the Brooklyn Nets putting the finishing touches on a 103-80 blowout over their cross-bridge rival New York Knicks, some Knicks fans took to booing or feeble “Fire Woodson!” chants. But the loudest chant of the night was Brooklyn’s famous “Brooook-lynnnn” chant, which was loudest at this point in the fourth quarter but occurred throughout.
This isn’t the first time that The Brooklyn Chant has entered Madison Square Garden’s airwaves, but it was the most prominent one in the two-year rivalry. Or, as Nets Stats put it:
The BROOOOOKLYNNN chant at MSG today was possibly the greatest moment in Brooklyn Nets history.
— Nets Stats (@NetsStats) January 20, 2014