YES Network will broadcast every single Brooklyn Nets game this season, plus two preseason games, the network announced today. This marks the first time since the team moved to Brooklyn, and possibly ever, that the Nets have had all 82 games scheduled to broadcast on YES.
However, that doesn’t mean that every game will actually be broadcast on YES. The Nets tend to lose games from YES Network broadcasts near the end of the year, when the New York Yankees begin playing. The Nets had multiple games moved off YES Network this past April.
The Nets have just one nationally televised game scheduled this year: against the New York Knicks on December 4th. They also have three games scheduled to broadcast on NBA TV. The ESPN feed will still be viewable in the New York region, but the NBA TV games will not.
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For comparison, the Nets had five Summer League games broadcast on NBA TV. Yes, the Nets had more national visibility in Summer League than they do in the regular season.
But that just means more of the YES Network broadcast crew. No complaints here.
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