East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Currently, the Izod Center (formerly Continental Airlines Arena). The Nets are, however, projected to move to Brooklyn to play in what would be called the Barclays Center.
The New Jersey Nets are a professional basketball team
The New York Nets won two in the ABA, but the New Jersey Nets have zero.
1 of em is New Jersey Nets nets in new jersey super-jersey.com
No, they were renamed to Brooklyn Nets
Avery Johnson is the head coach of the NBA's New Jersey Nets.
The Jersey Americans first became the New York Nets when they moved to Long Island in 1968. When the moved to New Jersey in 1977, they became the New Jersey Nets. Finally, in 2012, when they moved to Brooklyn, they took the name Brooklyn Nets.
Because they put basketballs into nets
Avery Johnson is the current head coach of the NBA's New Jersey Nets.
"They are named after the nets used on a basketball rim." That is completely wrong, the New Jersey Nets are not named after the nets on a basketball rim. They were actually created in 1967 (may be off a little on the year) by the New Jersey Americans association who moved to Long Island and named the team the Nets because it rhymed with Mets and Jets. Stupid but true.
New Jersey Nets
New Jersey Nets Practice Facility 651465 Alvin Rd. Bufferstown, NJ 07895
Jay-Z is a part owner of the New Jersey Nets. alot of people confuse the NEW JERSEY NETS to the NEW YORK NETS but theres no such thing as the ''NEW YORK NETS''
The Meadowlands Sports Complex, home of the NBA's New Jersey Nets, is located in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
I looked on the nets standing for the 2009-2010 season and the nets were 12-70.
New jersey nets
He owns part of the New Jersey Nets...now Brooklyn Nets
the new york nets have won 14 championships
The New Jersey Nets have won two ABA championships in 1974 and 1976 but have not won any NBA championships.
The New Jersey Nets are now called the Brooklyn Nets. However, tickets for the Brooklyn Nets can be purchased any time before the game, right up until the game starts, provided the tickets have not sold out.