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New Jersey Nets beat Atlanta Hawks 107-101

11-25-2010 10:36 BJT

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After getting crushed by the Boston Celtics 99-76, the Atlanta Hawks visited the New Jersey Nets. The Hawks struggled from the outset of Tuesday's game.

In the first, Jordan Farmar fed Derrick Favors to make it 27-17 Nets. New Jersey led 31-21 by the end of the 1st quarter.

3 minutes into the 2nd quarter, Atlanta's Jeff Teague stole the ball from Kris Humphries - he found Josh Smith and his 3-point play cut the deficit to five points for the Hawks.

Midway though the 3rd quarter, there were some encouraging signs for the visitors and Mike Bibby drained a 3-pointer to trim the Nets lead to 63-60. New Jersey led 70-67 at the end of the 3rd quarter.

New Jersey went on to beat Atlanta 107-101

The Nets built their lead back up to 85-78 on Lopez' jumper off an assist from Harris. But the Hawks tied the game up at 93-all and sent the game into overtime.

Early in the extra session, from some crisp passing the Nets moved back in front 95-93 from Lopez in close. Lopez scored a season-high 32 points on the night.

With just over minute to go, Harris canned a 26 foot 3-pointer to extend the Nets lead to 103-97. New Jersey went on to beat Atlanta 107-101.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: CNTV.CN

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