Brooklyn has 12 games scheduled on either ABC, TNT or ESPN, up from just one on those networks last season. A surprising run to the playoffs and, more importantly, the additions of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and DeAndre Jordan have boosted the interest in the Nets. Still, their 12 games on national TV ranks just 12th in the NBA for next season, well below the Lakers (31), Warriors (30), Clippers (26) and Rockets (26). In other words, the NBA is still a Western Conference league. The Nets will have to wait until Durant returns before they approach those numbers.