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It hasn't been the dream start to the 2013-14 season the
Chris Rock is at the game. I thought he was a Knicks fan? Apparently they let anyone in this place.
Brooklyn fought back from a 3-1 deficit to force a game seven on their home court, but couldn't closeout the injury-plagued Chicago Bulls in the series deciding game, falling 99-93.
The Brooklyn Nets held on for a 110-91 victory over the Chicago Bulls in Game 5 of their best-of-seven playoff series. The Bulls still lead the series 3-2.
"When they made an adjustment or when they increased the defensive pressure, we didn't handle it or react as well as we need to," Nets coach P.J. Carlesimo said.
"That's a hell of a performance," Nets coach P.J. Carlesimo said after the game.
The official halfway point of the season was roughly two weeks ago, and with the All-Star break upon us, it's time to hand out some mid-season hardware.
LeBron James and the Miami Heat made their Brooklyn debut Wednesday, beating the Nets 106-85 in the nationally televised game.
Just when it appeared nothing could slow down the Brooklyn Nets, something derailed the Brooklyn Nets: they were slapped with the worst All-Star snub since 1978.
The Brooklyn Nets' week consisted of one buzzer beater, two collapses and the return of their (soon to be) all-star center. Overall, an exciting week of 2-1 basketball.
Tuesday's game against the Knicks is a must-win for Brooklyn. Without a win, they'll be losers of five straight; a middle-of-the-road team desperately searching for a way out of New Jersey.
After blowing a 14-point lead in a loss to the reigning NBA champion Miami Heat on Saturday, the Nets will play host to the last year's second-best team tonight.
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