Brooklyn Nets: 3 Under the radar matchups next season

Caris LeVert Brooklyn Nets (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images)
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After analyzing the Brooklyn Nets 2019-20 schedule, what games may be exciting that could be flying under the radar?

After a whirlwind July where it felt like the NBA was turned on its head, the month of August has brought a necessary moment for not just the Brooklyn Nets organization and their fanbase, but the remainder of the NBA spectrum as well. We have been forced to live off of the news of two-way contract signings and videos of players showing off new “skills” in empty gyms. But the wait for juicy new NBA content is (temporarily) over: the 2019-20 NBA schedule has been released.

The first knee-jerk reaction of any scheduled release is the search for marquee moments: When is Kyrie Irving’s return to Boston? When will D’Angelo Russell be playing at Barclays? When do we get our first chance to beat up on the other New York team? The answers to all of these questions respectively are November 27, February 5, and October 25.

The next task after a scheduled release is to break it down from a full-season perspective. Nets reporter Anthony Puccio gave a solid snapshot of the 82 game campaign by the numbers:

But after these quickfire reactions to the schedule release, a deeper dive is still needed. The season is long and arduous, but there are always hidden gems scattered throughout the schedule. Here are three under the radar matchups for Brooklyn that could potentially be some of the best of the upcoming season.