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The Brooklyn Nets don’t want to leave victory for anyone this NBA season as they record their ninth straight win After defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers 117–125, in a game in which they showed once again that they no longer have internal problems like their league debut.
The team, led by Jack Vaughn, showed an excellent game, recording advantages of more than 10 points in the first two quarters. Before halftime, the Cavs stepped on the accelerator to get closer to the Nets, but it was not enough due to the points they got in the final seconds.
For much of the third quarter, the Brooklyn team had an 18-point lead, never losing the lead at any point in the game, thus managing to climb into third place in the Eastern Conference standings.
like always, Key figures were Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, who finished with 32 points each. Showcasing the good times they are having together.
,To be honest, we’ve always loved basketball. Outside noises make it seem like we don’t care about the game, But many voices talk about our locker rooms without a clue what’s going on. We’ve always been focused on the game,” Kevin Durant said after the game.
Others who were quite positive on the court was TJ Warren, who did not play for a long time and recorded 23 points and eight rebounds off the bench, being the offensive leader in the second half of the game against the Cavs.
With this result, the Nets, who have won 13 of their last 14 games, have won 22 games and lost 12, just below the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics.
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