Gerald Wallace admits he has no idea what to expect tomorrow night when the Nets play host to the Bulls in a winner-take-all Game 7 at Barclays Center.

“I’ve never played in a Game 7,” Wallace said last night. “I don’t have a clue. I don’t know what to expect.”

He will find out now that the Nets have fought back from a 3-1 deficit in the best-of-seven series to play a seventh game on their home floor. As exhilarating as their 95-92 triumph over the Bulls was last night, the Nets understand there’s really no time to start celebrating until they finish the job tomorrow night.

“Now it comes down to one game,” Joe Johnson said. “I feel like we’ve got a pretty good chance because it’s going to be on our home floor in Brooklyn. We’ll be ready.’’

Brooklyn will be ready. Now it’s about making memories, the kind of memories that are handed down from generation to generation. The Bulls like to bombard you with their memories. During seemingly every timeout there are video replays of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen and championship trophies. Good for them. It’s time for Brooklyn to start making its own memories, the kind of special moments that winning a Game 7 can provide.

“It’s beyond my imagination how it’s going to be,” Johnson said about Barclays Center playing host to its first Game 7. “It’ll definitely be a frenzy in there. That sixth man will definitely come into play. I know Brooklyn will be ready.”