If the Nets win it would end a four-game losing streak and a two-game home losing streak dating back to 2/14/11. It’d also be the second victory in the last 20 games against the Spurs, with the only other win happening on 3/29/10.
Tonight’s game will mark the 51st of the season for Brooklyn, with over 60% of the schedule complete. Here are some additional notes for the schedule down the stretch:
Brooklyn has 11 sets of back-to-back games remaining, comprising 22 of their remaining 32 games.
Between March 18 and April 3, the Nets have eight consecutive road games spanning 17 days, which is the longest stretch of the season. The trip includes a six-game Western Conference swing, with games in six states and three time zones over 11 days.
The Nets fell to the Washington Wizards by a final score of 89-74 on Friday, as the team shot a season-low 32.9% (25-76) from the field. Brooklyn were led offensively by Deron Williams who recorded team-highs of 20 points and five assists.
Nets vs. Spurs:
The Nets biggest victory over San Antonio was a 99-73 decision on 11/7/93 at San Antonio. The Nets last win at home was a 90-84 victory on 3/29/10.
The Nets and Spurs game is scheduled to air on the YES and ESPN Networks with tip-off scheduled for 8:00 p.m.