Nets vs. Jazz game preview: How to watch, TV channel, start time

The Brooklyn Nets (42-35, sixth in the Eastern Conference) welcome the Utah Jazz (36-41, 12th in the Western Conference) to Barclays Center on Sunday for the second and final matchup this season. The Nets lead the regular-season series 1-0.

Brooklyn comes into this game having won four of its last 10 games. In their last game, a 124-107 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Friday, Mikal Bridges scored 42 points in an incredible scoring performance. It was an important win for Brooklyn as they are fighting to stay in the sixth seed and get an automatic bid to the playoffs.

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Utah comes into this game having won four of its last 10 games. In their last game, a 122-114 loss to the Boston Celtics on Friday, Talen Horton-Tucker scored 28 points to lead the Jazz in scoring. Utah is 1.5 games back of the 10th-seeded Oklahoma City Thunder so every game matters for them in the race to get in the play-in situation.

Here’s when and where you can tune in to see the matchup:

How to watch

  • Date: Sunday, Apr. 2

  • Time: 3:30 p.m. EDT

  • Location: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

  • Channel: YES Network

Nets vs. Jazz notable injuries

Nets: OUT: Ben Simmons (back).

Jazz: OUT: Jordan Clarkson (hand), Rudy Gay (back), and Collin Sexton (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: Lauri Markkanen (hand).


Probable starting lineups

Brooklyn Nets

  • Guard: Spencer Dinwiddie

  • Guard: Mikal Bridges

  • Forward: Cameron Johnson

  • Forward: Dorian Finney-Smith

  • Center: Nic Claxton

Utah Jazz

  • Guard: Kris Dunn

  • Guard: Ochai Ahbaji

  • Forward: Lauri Markkanen

  • Forward: Kelly Olynyk

  • Center: Walker Kessler

Story originally appeared on Nets Wire