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Sports rivalries have their unique place in the minds of fans as specific incidents and moments during games become folklore. It doesn’t get any bigger than this as the TD Garden in Boston becomes the scene for the latest installment of a heated rivalry between two clubs that are in the process of reclaiming their days of glory. Boston Celtic will be looking to rewrite the script a bit from the last decade as they host their fierce foes Brooklyn Nets in this eagerly awaited matchup.

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Started in the ABA

The franchise first started playing in the American Basketball Association (ABA) when it was created in 1967. It had a successful start and during its time in the league, it managed to win the ABA championships twice. At the time of its formation, the franchise was called the New Jersey Americans.

Modern day nomads

The year the franchise won its second trophy in the ABA also proved to be its last as the league was merged with the NBA. In the new set up, the franchise, now known as the New York Nets, was placed in the Eastern Conference where it played in the Atlantic Division. Within a year of its merger into the NBA, the franchise relocated to New Jersey and changed its name to match the relocation. The franchise played in New Jersey for of the larger part of its history so far, and also saw some of its most successful seasons there. In 2012, the 35-year relationship with New Jersey was ended with its relocation to Brooklyn. Consequently, the name also changed to the Brooklyn Nets.

Greatest Era

Nets fans still look back on the Kidd-Martin era as their most successful one. This was the time when the franchise clinched back to back conference titles. In the process they defeated the Paul Pierce and Antoine Walker led Celtics. Nets fan will be looking for another famous victory against their Boston foes. Be sure to catch the action live; buy Brooklyn Nets Boston tickets now.

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