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In June 2015, Brooklyn Nets announced its intentions to place a D-League team in Brooklyn. The team announced on November 5, 2015, that they reached a final agreement for their new D-League team, to be called the Long Island Nets, to play in a renovated Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which itself was the home of the Nets during their ABA years. However, due to renovations, the new team will play in their parent team's home, Barclays Center, for their first season.
 
In June 2015, Brooklyn Nets announced its intentions to place a D-League team in Brooklyn. The team announced on November 5, 2015, that they reached a final agreement for their new D-League team, to be called the Long Island Nets, to play in a renovated Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which itself was the home of the Nets during their ABA years. However, due to renovations, the new team will play in their parent team's home, Barclays Center, for their first season.
   
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In June 2015, Brooklyn Nets announced its intentions to place a D-League team in Brooklyn. The team announced on November 5, 2015, that they reached a final agreement for their new D-League team, to be called the Long Island Nets, to play in a renovated Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which itself was the home of the Nets during their ABA years. However, due to renovations, the new team will play in their parent team's home, Barclays Center, for their first season.


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