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It's an all New York matchup when the Brooklyn Nets take on the New York Knicks! The Brooklyn Nets have fallen to sixth in the Eastern Conference, now owning a 34-27 overall record and a 16-15 road record. The New York Knicks have climbed to fifth in the East, boasting a 36-27 overall record and an 18-15 home record.
This will be the fourth and last meeting between the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks this season. The last time that these two teams met, the Knicks earned a 106-124 win over the Nets. The final game of this regular season series will be played at Madison Square Garden, giving New York home court an advantage.
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|Brooklyn Nets||Head-to-Head||New York Knicks|
|Jacque Vaughn||Head Coach||Tom Thibodeau|
|34-27 (6th in East)||Standing||36-27 (5th in East)|
|115.5 (10th of 30)||Off Rtg||116.8 (6th of 30)|
|114.6 (19th of 30)||Def Rtg||113.9 (13th of 30)|
|98.3 (21st of 30)||Pace||96.8 (27th of 30)|
Leaders (Per Game)
|M. Bridges (22.4)||PPG||J. Randle (25.1)|
|N. Claxton (9.0)||RPG||J. Randle (10.5)|
|B. Simmons (6.1)||APG||J. Brunson (6.2)|
|C. Johnson (1.4)||SPG||J. Hart (1.2)|
|N. Claxton (2.6)||BPG||M. Robinson (1.8)|
|N. Claxton (.715)/M. Bridges (7.8)||FG%/FGM||J. Sims (.769)/J. Randle (8.5)|
|Y. Watanabe (.482)/M. Bridges (2.4)||3P%/3PM||J. Hart (.632)/J. Randle (2.8)|
|Ben Simmons||Brooklyn Nets||27 February 2023||Out (Knee)||Simmons was OUT for Brooklyn's Tuesday (Feb. 28) game.|
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The Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks are neck-and-neck in the Eastern Conference, with this game possibly having huge implications on their end-of-season standings. The Brooklyn Nets have fallen off since the All-Star break, now sitting sixth in the East after going 2-8 over their last 10 games. The New York Knicks, on the other hand, have climbed to fifth in the East after going 8-2 over their last 10 games.
The Brooklyn Nets have been an efficient offensive team through this season, averaging 113.8 points per game (17th in the NBA) on 50.0% shooting from the field (2nd in the NBA) and 38.8% from three-point range (2nd in the NBA). However, over Brooklyn's last 10 games, they've struggled from the field, shooting just 45.4% overall and 36.3% from three-point range. The New York Knicks challenge teams with their incredible defence, which holds opponents to 111.9 points per game (7th in the NBA) on 45.4% shooting from the field (3rd in the NBA) and 34.4% from three-point range. The Knicks are looking to build off of a 109-94 win over the Celtics in their last game, where they held the Eastern Conference challengers to just 21.4% shooting from three-point range.
We're taking the Knicks in this matchup, and it isn't just because of their excellent form. The Brooklyn Nets are on a downward trend, and that comes with losing their two star players and their third star to injury. The Knicks, on the other hand, are on a roll, and their defence should keep the struggling Nets at bay.
The Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks will combine for what is expected to be a classic offense-defense matchup. On the season, the Brooklyn Nets are combining for 226.7 points per game on a plus-0.9 point differential. The New York Knicks are combining for 226.6 points per game on a plus-2.8 point differential.
The Brooklyn Nets have struggled in their last five games, averaging 224.8 points per game on a minus-11.2 point differential as their offence hasn't been competitive.The Knicks have been on an opposite trend, averaging a combined 222.8 points per game on a plus-16.4 point differential. Where Brooklyn's offence has been falling, New York's defence has been thriving.
It's always an exciting matchup when the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks face off. Out of their last three meetings this season, they've cleared 222.5 twice. We're expecting these teams to clear 222.5 once again, as New York's offence is on a good trend to prop up this point total.
Christian Jope is a writer, social media strategist, and data analyst. A Queen’s University Alumni, Christian is an author and social media strategist with Raptors Cage, while also working closely with MLSE and Canada Basketball through community-driven events.
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