BROOKLYN (November 2, 2012) – The Brooklyn Nets are hosting their first regular season game at Barclays Center against the Toronto Raptors, tomorrow, November 3, at 7:30 p.m.
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Mayor Bloomberg recommended to the NBA this afternoon that after further assessments of the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, he felt it was in the best interests of New York City for the NBA to reschedule the Brooklyn Nets-New York Knicks game. As a result, the game has been rescheduled for Monday, November 26 at 7pm ET. Tickets for the November 1 game will be honored for the rescheduled game.
For interviews with Tyshawn Taylor, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson, view our Practice Interviews Playlist.
After the opener was postponed, Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez discussed refocusing on the Raptors and having to wait longer still for Brooklyn's first home game since 1957.
After a second straight practice at Barclays Center, Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson discussed refocusing on the Raptors and Saturday's game.
After a second straight practice at Barclays Center, Brooklyn Nets coach Avery Johnson discussed refocusing on the Raptors and Saturday's game.
First off, I hope everyone's recovering from the storm. Our thoughts here at the Nets go out to those affected. While the team – save Tyshawn Taylor, stranded in shut-down Hoboken until recently – was able to travel to Barclays Center for a pracitce, joining the office staff and New York City in a gradual return to work, the other two members of our Web team, Demetris Sapp and Jim Richardi have been without power in New Jersey.
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