Originally written on Brooklyn Balling  |  Last updated 2/6/14
Alan Anderson played one of his best games as a Net tonight, scoring a game-high 22 points on 9-for-15 shooting It was ugly, extremely ugly, and about as unconvincing as possible, but the Nets managed to finally run away from a super-depleted San Antonio Spurs in the second half en route to their 2nd-straight win. This "game", if it even deserves to be called as such, was about as boring and uneventful as a nationally-televised NBA game is going to get. San Antonio, even on the back stretch of a back-to-back after a double overtime win in Washington last night, got off to a hot start and took a 20-8 lead midway through the opening frame. The Nets, after two rest days, somehow had no energy to begin the game, but were able to gradually climb back, winning the last three quarters by eight, six, and eight points respectively to grab a one-point halftime lead and extend to a double-digit advantage in the second half. Even though Brooklyn allowed the Spurs' bench--wi...
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