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The Brooklyn Nets have moved around a lot since the team debuted in 1967. The Nets have changed names four times and moved between eight home arenas. Originally the New Jersey Americans, the franchise was a founding member of the ABA (the NBA’s rival league). After one season in the ABA, the New Jersey Americans became the New York Nets in 1968, coinciding with the most successful period in the franchise’s history.
The New York Nets competed in the ABA from 1968 until the ABA and the NBA merger in 1976. During this time, the Nets won two championships in 1974 and 1976, in no small part due to the acquisition of ‘Dr. J’ Julius Erving in 1973. The Hall of Famer and legendary dunker would lift the team to two Championships. But following the NBA merger, Dr. J was forced to leave and join the Philadelphia 76ers. The move enabled the Nets to pay the New York Knicks a $4.8 million charge for playing in New York.
In 1977, the Nets moved (once again) from New York to Newark, New Jersey, where they would remain until 2012. Although the Brooklyn Nets clinched playoff tickets in the 1980s and 1990s, fans had to wait until 2002 for the team’s first division title in the NBA. The Nets won four Atlantic Division Titles from 2002 to 2006, led by talismanic Hall of Famer (and future Nets head coach) Jason Kidd.
The Nets made their first NBA finals appearance in 2002 before being swept by Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O’Neal, and the rest of the Los Angeles Lakers. The team returned to the Finals the following year after breezing through the playoffs, only to lose 4-2 to the San Antonio Spurs led by 2003 MVP Tim Duncan. Hope remained high for 2004 with the acquisition of star shooting guard Vince Carter from the Toronto Raptors. While the Nets made the playoffs a couple of times, the team couldn’t make it back to the finals. 2007 was the last time the Nets made it to the playoffs while based in New Jersey.
In 2012, the New Jersey Nets became the Brooklyn Nets, with home games moving to the brand-new Barclays Center. This was the first time a major league team had played in Brooklyn since the Brooklyn Dodgers left for Los Angeles in 1957. The Nets had some successes immediately, making the postseason from 2013-2015.
Momentum really started to build in 2020 as the Brooklyn Nets put together a star-studded roster that was the envy of many NBA teams. Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving were acquired in 2020, and in 2021, fans’ excitement increased further with the acquisition of James Harden. This created a group of players nicknamed the ‘Big 3’ that Nets fans hoped would help the team claim its first NBA Championship.
All three players made the All-Star Game in 2021, but the Nets would be eliminated in the Conference semifinals by the eventual champions, the Milwaukee Bucks. Harden has since left the Nets. While Nets fans wonder what might have been, the team is still looking to claim its first NBA Finals win in the future.