Found March 25, 2013 on Brooklyn Balling:
Even an almost-triple-double by Goran Dragic couldn't get the Phoenix Suns a win tonight over the Nets   It was ugly, full of bad basketball, nerve-racking, and almost devastating. But, it was also a Nets win. This evening in Phoenix, at the US Airways Center on the ugly, redesigned Suns court, the Boys from Brooklyn barely held on to a late-game lead over the hapless, cellar-dwelling Suns and won their third game of their massive circus road trip. Brooklyn wasted a 16-point lead early in the third quarter and watched as Wesley Johnson and a ferocious Suns attack climbed its way into a lead by the fourth quarter. That led into a massive end-of-game slopfest which saw missed layups, turnovers, and out-of-control basketball, all resulting in a Nets' victory. The Nets got off to a good start in the first half, much like they did yesterday vs the Clippers. Although without Joe Johnson due to a leg contusion suffered against LA, Brooklyn was able to score al...
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