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New Jersey Nets Getting Inside 2009-12-06


New Jersey Nets Getting Inside 2009-12-06This certainly hasn't happened this year: the Nets and the Knicks are both coming off wins.

And they're facing each other in New York Sunday.

Yes, New Jersey's national nightmare is over after the Nets ended the longest losing streak ever to start an NBA season at 18 games when they dumped the Charlotte Bobcats in New Jersey Friday. And now the Nets are talking streak -- a winning streak.

"It was definitely a great feeling in here," center Brook Lopez said after the win that ended the historic slide. "We said we want to continue this, go out the next game and win that one, too."

Might as well get greedy. Winning does that, it becomes addictive, you know?

The Nets lost three times to the Knicks in preseason and were stomped by New York on their own court, 98-91, on Nov. 21. But with interim coach Kiki Vandeweghe, assisted by veteran mentor Del Harris, there is a new sir around the Nets. It's about fun and relaxing and putting 18 straight losses behind them. While moving forward, of course.

"The routine doesn't change. We've got to get back in the lab and continue to work. As long as we keep faith and continue to play for the team we'll be fine," said Courtney Lee, who regained his starter's role Friday and scored a career-high 27 points. NETS 97, BOBCATS 91: The Nets put an end to the worst start in NBA history at 0-18 with a wire-to-wire effort game in interim Kiki Vandeweghe's coaching debut. Perhaps the most impressive part about the Nets' initial win was their ability to respond to a punch. They lost a six-point fourth quarter lead in a span of 1:01, and instead of folding, ran off nine points. Brook Lopez's dominant 31-point, 14-rebound effort and a career-high 27 points from Courtney Lee didn't hurt.


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Added: December 6, 2009

 

 
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