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Nets beat Knicks again, get 121-110 win at MSG - Mar 17, 2017


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Jeremy Lin
Jeremy Lin (6'3''-PG-88, college: Harvard) wasn't doing much on the court, until he made a big impact in the locker room. Lin urged the Nets to stay positive at halftime despite their shooting struggles, and a few minutes later he helped guide them through a blistering stretch as Brooklyn blew by the Knicks. Brook Lopez (7'0''-C-88, college: Stanford) scored 24 points and the Nets dominated the second half for a 121-110 victory on Thursday night, their second over their New York rivals in five days. The Nets made five straight 3-pointers during a 38-point third quarter, turning around the game after they were just 2 for 16 behind the arc in the first half. "We were just trying to play with more force, more pace, more energy," Lin said. "We were just flat all-around, first unit, second unit in the first half." Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (6'7''-F-95, college: Arizona) added 20 points and 10 rebounds for Brooklyn, which beat New York 120-112 at home on Sunday and earned a split of the city series after the Knicks won the first two meetings. Lin, a former Knicks star, had 15 points and eight assists in his first game at Madison Square Garden this season. He hit two of the 3-pointers during the third-quarter surge after he was 0 for 5 behind the arc in the first half. But he wasn't down and wouldn't let his teammates be, either. "I just think Jeremy is like the spokesperson for that when it comes to just positivity and light, just trying to make everything feel at ease," Hollis-Jefferson said. "I feel like it's phenomenal what he does. He just kind of rubs off on everybody." Kyle O'Quinn (6'10''-F-90, college: Norfolk St.) came off the bench to a tie a career high with 23 points for the Knicks, who still haven't won consecutive games in 2017. Derrick Rose (6'3''-G-88, college: Memphis) added 22 and Carmelo Anthony had 17. Playing without Kristaps Porzingis because of a bruised left thigh, the Knicks fell to 27-42, their fourth straight losing season since winning the Atlantic Division in 2013. New York shot 50 percent in the first half and led by as much as 11, but the Nets blew by them with their sizzling stretch behind the arc. They made a season-high 19 3s in the victory over the Knicks on Sunday and were 31 of 62 in their previous two games before finishing 10 for 31 on Thursday - though 6 for 9 during the third quarter.
Courtesy of: usatoday.com   




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