How Do Nets Perform Compared to Preseason Win Total?

How Do Nets Perform Compared to Preseason Win Total?
Fact Checked by Michael Peters

With the NBA regular season starting next week, the Brooklyn Nets are looking to secure their sixth consecutive playoff berth. utilized historical data from to see how the Nets have done against their preseason win total dating back to 2010-11 to aid with your New York sports betting. Currently, the Nets’ 2023-24 win total sits at 37.5. Win totals for 2019-20 were not included due to the shortened season.

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Nets Season Win Total History

SeasonPreseason Win TotalFinal Record/Result
2010-1124.524-58; Under
2011-1227.522-44; Under
2012-1344.549-33; Over
2013-1452.544-38; Under
2014-1541.538-44; Under
2015-1627.521-61; Under
2016-1721.520-62; Under
2017-1827.528-54; Over
2018-193242-40; Over
2020-2145.548-24; Over
2021-2256.544-38; Under
2022-2350.545-37; Under

NY sports betting apps list Boston and Milwaukee with the best NBA championship odds at +400. The Knicks are +5000, while the Nets are +10000.

Nets Historically Go Under

Dating back to 2010-11, the Nets have hit their win total just four times (33.3%), including the 2020-21 season where they posted 48 victories, 2.5 more than their preseason total of 45.5. In the six seasons with a win total under .500, the Nets have gone over two times (33.3%).

The past two seasons, the Nets’ predicted preseason win total was over 50 (56.5, 2021-22; 50.5, 2022-23) and in both finished with just 44 and 45 wins respectively. This year’s win total of 37.5 is the sixth-lowest predicted outcome since 2010-11.

Last season was a roller-coaster of a year for the Nets, having traded arguably their best two players in Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Despite that, Brooklyn ended up with a 45-37 (.549) record and clinched the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference, losing to Philadelphia in a 4-0 series sweep in the first round of the playoffs.

Brooklyn opens its 2023-24 campaign at home against Cleveland at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 25, before embarking on a four-game road trip starting with Dallas at 8:30 p.m., Oct. 27.

As of Tuesday morning at BetMGM New York, the Nets are the fourth favorite at +3000 to win the Atlantic Division and +4000 to win the Eastern Conference.



Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene with emphasis on NJ and PA. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media ( in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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