The Brooklyn Nets preseason slate kicks off today with an exhibition game against Maccabi Tel Aviv, and there’s only one way to experience the action: You’ve got to be there.
The game will not be televised on any networks. There’s no radio broadcast, either, so the only way to follow if you’re not in the arena will be to follow writers on Twitter (like The Brooklyn Game!), who will give you up-to-the-minute coverage.
This is the only Nets preseason game that won’t be televised. NBA TV will be around when they travel to China to take on the Sacramento Kings in an NBA Global Games initiative, and YES Network will handle the rest of the regional games.
But fear not: if you listen closely from outside, you can hear Kevin Garnett screaming at his teammates to get back on defense.
Nets vs. Tel Aviv kicks off at 7:30 P.M. EST.