Brooklyn Nets 2023-24 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

Brooklyn Nets 2023-24 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The Brooklyn Nets are back for the new NBA season and are ready to start showing fans what the team can do on the court. After a tough 2022-2023 season, the Nets are focusing in on developing their players and their cohesion on the court. Here, you’ll find the Brooklyn Nets 2023-2024 schedule, including information on key matchups and the In-Season Tournament. Plus, check out the up-to-date roster and find out how to watch the team play live with DIRECTV.


Don’t miss a second of the 2023-2024 Nets basketball season. Browse the schedule below to see when the team is playing and how to watch games live on eligible networks. 


The Brooklyn Nets have some tough competition in the Eastern Conference, not to mention a tricky schedule to navigate. The beginning of the season has the Nets at home for 12 of 19 games, which could be an advantage for a team still finding their footing.

Fans hope so, as they team will be playing 10 of 11 consecutive games on the road in March, when strong performance will be crucial.

Here are some of the key matchups for the Brooklyn Nets that fans won’t want to miss.

Home Opener: Brooklyn Nets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers… 10/25/2023 @ 7:30 pm EDT

Key Matchup: Brooklyn Nets vs. Boston Celtics… 11/4/2023 @ 8:00 pm EDT

Rivalry Game: Brooklyn Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers… 11/19/2023 @ 3:00 pm EST

Key Matchup: Brooklyn Nets vs. New York Knicks… 01/23/2024 @ 7:30 pm EST (Watch on TNT)


To build excitement around the regular season among fans, players and teams, the NBA implemented the In-Season Tournament. The tournament runs from November 3, 2023, to December 9, 2023, and will consist of two rounds: Group Play and the Knockout Round.

For Group Play, the Brooklyn Nets have been designated to East Group C and will compete against the four teams listed below:


The Nets will be up against some tough teams during the In-Season Tournament, but that won’t stop the team from giving their all on the court. Below is the Nets’ schedule for the tournament.

Fri., November 3, 2023: Nets vs. Chicago Bulls @ 8:00 pm EDT

Fri., November 10, 2023: Nets vs. Boston Celtics @ 7:30 pm EST (Watch on ESPN)

Tues., November 14, 2023: Nets vs. Orlando Magic @ 7:30 pm EST

Tues., November 28, 2023: Nets vs. Toronto Raptors @ 7:30 pm EST


Depending on the game, there are a few places to watch Brooklyn play with DIRECTV. Below you’ll find the different networks broadcasting Brooklyn Nets games this season and the corresponding channel number on DIRECTV. Note that some of these networks are subscription-based or add-ons.

If you’re looking for a way to watch more games, both in and out of market, then NBA League Pass is the subscription for you. 

NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.


You now have all the information you need to watch the Brooklyn Nets’ season with DIRECTV, but who can you expect to see on the court? Here’s a full look at the Brooklyn Nets 2023-2024 roster to see how the team is shaping up.


#00 Royce O’Neale, Forward

#0 Dariq Whitehead, Forward

#1 Mikal Bridges, Guard-Forward

#2 Cameron Johnson, Forward

#4 Dennis Smith Jr., Guard

#7 Darius Blazley, Forward

#8 Lonnie Walker IV, Guard-Forward

#9 Trendon Watford, Forward

#10 Ben Simmons, Guard-Forward 

#13 Armoni Brooks, Guard

#14 Harry Giles III, Forward-Center

#20 Day’Ron Sharpe, Center

#21 Noah Clowney, Forward

#22 Jalen Wilson, Forward

#24 Cam Thomas, Guard 

#26 Spencer Dinwiddie, Guard

#28 Dorian Finney-Smith, Forward

#33 Nic Claxton, Center 


Head Coach: Jacque Vaughn

Assistant Coaches: Kevin Ollie; Will Weaver; Jay Hernandez; Adam Caporn; Trevor Hendry; Ryan Forehan-Kelly; Ronnie Burrell; Corey Vinson

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