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The Nets might not have a tougher back-to-back situation all season, playing in Chicago 24 hours after a double-overtime thriller in Brooklyn.
After a game of runs, Joe Johnson's buzzer-beater at the end of double-overtime gave the Nets their second straight win, a 107-105 victory over the Pistons on Friday. Brook Lopez made his return and Gerald Wallace came up huge on the glass.
Brook Lopez returns to the lineup as Lawrence Frank brings his Pistons to Brooklyn for the first time.
The Nets' five-game losing streak is over, but the end didn't come as easily as it should have, as they struggled to a 94-88 victory over a depleted 4-18 team in Toronto on Wednesday. Joe Johnson led the way with 21 points.
The Nets and Knicks played another nail-biter on Tuesday, and this time, it was the Knicks coming out on top, 100-97, thanks to a clutch shot from Jason Kidd.
The Knicks are looking to even the score, while the Nets would love to end their four-game losing streak.
On Tuesday, the NBA recognized Deron Williams for the for work he does in the community and with his Point of Hope Foundation, honoring him with the Kia Community Assist award for November.
The Nets will be without their center for a sixth straight game when they host the Knicks on Tuesday. Brook Lopez is not yet ready to take the court, still recovering from a sprained right foot.
The Nets' losing streak reached four games with a down-and-up performance against the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday at Barclays Center. A Gerald Wallace-fueled comeback wasn't nearly enough after the Nets buried themselves in a 29-point hole.
Brook Lopez is making progress and had a pain-free workout on Saturday, but he will still miss his fifth straight game on Sunday when the Nets host the Bucks at Barclays Center.
As part of the annual Hungerthon, fans can bid on on a Nets "Prize Pack," which includes four tickets to a game, an autographed basketball, and a chance for your childto be a ball boy or girl.
After dropping two straight games to last year's conference champs, the Nets need a W. But the Warriors are no pushovers this season, as the Nets learned on their West Coast trip.
The Nets have won six straight games at home, but this could be their toughest game they've played thus far, especially with Brook Lopez and Reggie Evans out.
The Nets will be down two big men when they take on the 14-4 Thunder on Tuesday. Brook Lopez, as expected, will miss the game as he recovers from a sprain in his foot. But Reggie Evans, suffering from the flu, will also be out.
The Nets looked great for 2 1/2 quarters on Saturday, but that wasn't nearly enough, as the Heat shut them down over the final 18 minutes and rolled to a 13-point win. Dwyane Wade put on a show, scoring a season-high 34 points.