Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks: TV, streaming, injuries

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The Brooklyn Nets head to Madison Square Garden Monday night for their 2nd meeting of the season against the New York Knicks. Here’s how to catch the action.

The associative property will not be in effect Monday night when the Brooklyn Nets take on the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

So that means the relative severity of the teams’ most recent losses — both to the Golden State Warriors — will not be a factor. The Nets lost to the Warriors at home Sunday night, 120-114, while the Knicks fell 128-100, also at home, on Friday night to Golden State.

Both teams are coming in off multiple losses. The Nets (2-4) have lost two games in a row for the first time this season, while New York (1-5) is winless since beating the Atlanta Hawks in their opener on Oct. 17.

D’Angelo Russell finished with 25 points and six assists and Caris LeVert added 23 points and seven helpers in Brooklyn’s loss to the Warriors Sunday night. Ed Davis led the Nets with seven rebounds, Jared Dudley had three steals and Jarrett Allen finished with 11 points and two blocks.

The Knicks led by as many as 10 points Friday night against Golden State and were up 84-81 entering the fourth quarter before the Warriors closed with a 47-16 blitzkrieg that turned the game into a blowout.

Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 24 points and had four assists to pace New York. while Enes Kanter had 13 rebounds off the bench. Noah Vonleh also dished out four assists.

With their win in Brooklyn on Oct. 19, the Nets still trail the all-time series to the Knicks, going 94-98 since coming to the NBA in 1976. Brooklyn snapped a four-game losing streak in the series with their 107-105 win on Oct. 19, but have lost its last two at Madison Square Garden.

The Nets, when they were still the New Jersey Nets, hold the longest winning streak overall in the series, beating New York 11 straight times from Feb. 25, 1984, through March 1, 1986.

The Knicks, however, put up the most points in a single game in the series and also won by the largest margin. New York hung 135 points on the Nets in a Feb. 5, 1987, win at Madison Square Garden and posted a 32-point victory there on Dec. 19, 1987.

Bernard King, a former Net, holds the scoring mark in the series, firing in 60 points for the Knicks in a 120-114 loss to the Nets on Dec. 25, 1984. John Williamson scored 43 for the New Jersey Nets in a win over New York at Rutgers Athletic Center on Feb. 12, 1978.

Since the club moved to Brooklyn in 2012, the Nets are 12-13 against their inter-city rivals and the best individual scoring performance belongs to Brook Lopez, who scored 33 points in a Feb. 19, 2016. game.

*-Historical research courtesy of

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Here’s how to connect with the Nets and Knicks Monday night:

Brooklyn Nets at New York Knicks

Madison Square Garden, New York
Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern
TV: YES Network
Live stream: NBA League Pass

The skinny

Season series: Nets lead 1-0
Records: Brooklyn (2-4), New York (1-5)

Scoring: BKN 108.3 (22nd), NYK 105.3 (26th)
Defense: BKN 110.5 (12th), NYK 113.2 (16th)

Off. Rating: BKN 109.6 (17th), NYK 104.2 (26th)
Def. Rating: BKN 111.8 (16th), NYK 112.0 (t-17th)
Pace: BKN 98.8 (26th), NYK 101.1 (16th)

Shooting: BKN 46.8% (t-9th), NYK 42.1% (27th)
3-point: BKN 41.0% (2nd), NYK 34.5% (t-19th)

Opponent shooting: BKN 45.1% (t-11th), NYK 48.0% (22nd)
Opponent 3-point: BKN 36.0% (19th), NYK 39.9% (27th)


Brooklyn: OUT–DeMarre Carroll (right ankle arthroscopy), Treveon Graham (left hamstring strain), Rodions Kurucs (left ankle sprain) — per Michael Gallagher, NBC/Yahoo Sports/Rotoworld

New York: OUT–Kevin Knox (sprained ankle), Isaiah Hicks (groin), Courtney Lee (neck), Kristaps Porzingis (knee); PROBABLE–Emmanuel Mudiay (ankle) — per Rotoworld

Last meeting

Oct. 19 at Brooklyn: Caris LeVert scored a career-high 28 points, including the game-winning driving layup with one second remaining, as the Nets topped the Knicks 107-105 for their first win of the new season.

Jarrett Allen added 15 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks for Brooklyn, while Ed Davis grabbed 10 rebounds. D’Angelo Russell finished with 15 points and six rebounds, while Spencer Dinwiddie notched 10 points and six dimes.

Tim Hardaway Jr. and Enes Kanter scored 29 points each for New York, while Kanter also had 10 rebounds. Frank Ntilikina and Trey Burke each had four assists, while Hardaway and Ntilikina also nabbed three steals.

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What’s next?

Brooklyn: vs. Detroit, Wednesday; vs. Houston, Friday; vs. Philadelphia, Sunday

New York: vs. Indiana, Wednesday; at Dallas, Friday; as Washington, Sunday