Found December 09, 2012 on In The Neutral Zone:
The Brooklyn Nets (11-8) are coming off their worse loss of the season to the hands of the Milwaukee Bucks now (10-9), who now have beaten the Nets 12 consecutive times. The Nets jumped out to a 11-2 lead, then everything went downhill from there. The Bucks climbed to a 17 point lead at halftime [...]
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