It has to be a sad time for New Jersey Nets fans, who have supported the team through thick and thin in the Garden State.
The Nets have been a fixture for the past 35 years, mostly at Brendan Byrne Arena (then Continental Airlines before becoming the Izod Center). It's been a rough go of it for most of that time, with a beautiful run mixed in a decade ago with Jason Kidd running the show, leading New Jersey to it's only two NBA Finals appearances.
Now, the Nets have two games to play before packing their belongings and moving to Brooklyn, a borough that has been longing for a team since the Dodgers left town in 1957.
Maybe Walter O'Malley will finally be forgiven. Then again, never mind that foolish thought. Alas, the final games of the New Jersey Nets:
On Monday they will host their final game by welcoming the Philadelphia 76ers into town. The 76ers are looking to clinch a playoff berth with a win.
New Jersey will simply be looking to snap a four game losing streak and leave their fans on a high note.
Thursday brings the final day of the regular season with a trip to Toronto. Both teams are out of it and this will be nothing more than a showing of pride.
Deron Williams also might be playing his last game in a New Jersey uniform, as most experts believe he'll be moving on sooner rather than later.