The New Jersey Nets’ losing streak just got a whole lot worse, theNew York Post reports. The YES Network, unable to air three games next week because of scheduling conflicts with Yankees games, sought to find another network to air the basketball games, as it usually does in such circumstances, the tabloid says.
But with the team’s 9-64 season, other networks failed to step up.
"Unfortunately, we couldn’t find a home for these three games this season," a YES Network representative tells the paper. Still, die-hard Nets fans or those curious as to whether the team will match the NBA’s worst record in history can listen to the game on the radio.