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D'Angelo Russell and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson have strong showings, but Nets falter down the stretch vs. Raptors
BROOKLYN -- The Nets (21-47) had a magical first quarter against the Raptors (50-17), but it wasn’t enough to end the team’s struggles against the Eastern Conference leaders in a 116-102 defeat.
When D’Angelo Russell scored 24 points within a span of seven minutes in the first quarter, it appeared as if Brooklyn would end its losing streak against the Raptors – which was at 10 heading into Tuesday’s encounter. The home team would take a 15-point lead three minutes into the third quarter and that’s where things started to unravel for the Nets.
With Jarrett Allen sidelined, Toronto pounded Brooklyn at the rim as it would take a 62-36 advantage in points in the paint. Jonas Valanciunas would power the Raptors with 26 points on 12-of-20 shooting with 14 boards as the team has now won 16...
“My teammates, they got me open. Transition—they found me, they made the extra pass to me.”
Big inspiration today from Dwayne The Rock Johnson!
Find your anchor each morning, and live life like your back is up against the wall. Moving Forward is the only option! #LakersGeniusTalks
Joey Ramirez sits down with Brian Shaw to talk about the recent play of Julius Randle, Brook Lopez and preview tonight's matchup with the Denver Nuggets, presented by Delta