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NEW YORK -- Joe Johnson scored 27 points, including a fall-away 19-foot jumper at the buzzer, giving the New Jersey Nets a thrilling 107-105 double-overtime victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night at the Barclays Center. The victory enabled the Nets (13-9) to win for the second consecutive time after five losses. The win also snapped a four-game home losing streak. The Pistons (7-18) fell to 2-12 on the road. The two teams went back and forth through the fourth quarter and two overtimes. Detroit had chances to win the game in regulation and at the end of the first overtime, but misfired on both potential game-winners. Detroit scored the first three points of the second overtime to take a 103-100 lead, then the Nets got a driving basket from Gerald Wallace, who also scored 25 points, to slice the lead, setting up Johnson's first heroics. Johnson nailed a floating running jumper in the lane with 26.2 seconds left in the second OT to give the Nets a 105-103. But an ...
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Although this shot by Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson didn't count, that doesn't make this shot any less impressive.It happened the second quarter of Friday night's Nets/Pistons double overtime affair and during an out-of-bounds call, watch as Joe in transition hits the behind-the-back shot:
In the best NBA game from Friday night, the Brooklyn Nets beat the Detroit Pistons in double overtime after a game-winner from Joe Johnson. With less than five seconds to play in the second extra frame, Johnson got the ball and hit a game-winning jumper over Tayshaun Prince:
Not much worse for a team with a record of 7-18 to lose in double overtime on a buzzer beater. Just breaks their pretty little hearts. Haha, check out Joe Johnson of the Brooklyn Nets in the video below hitting his game winning buzzer beater in double OT to beat the Detroit Pistons last night. Joe finished with a monster 28 points on the night
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In last night’s double overtime game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Detroit Pistons, Joe Johnson did exactly what he was brought in to do — hit big shots. Tied at 105-105 with 5.8 seconds left, Johnson inbounded the ball to point guard Deron Williams. Williams then handed it right back to Johnson and the all-star shooting guard took a few dribbles then pulled up for a step...
Nets Joe Johnson hits a buzzer beating three pointer to secure the Nets win 107-105 over the Pistons in double-overtime. It was a game that saw the return of Brooke Lopez to the line up but also saw point guard Deron Williams struggle offensively. photos via Facebook video via ProBasketball Talk
The Brooklyn Nets gave up a lot back in the off-season trading for Joe Johnson, consuming the veteran’s hefty contract. Many questioned if he would be the right fit for the relocated franchise. However, so far this season, it has been going great for the Nets and Johnson proved it once more after what he did to the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
After the Pistons were able...
Joe Johnson lifted the Nets over the Pistons 107-105 with a buzzer beating step back game winner in 2OT:
NEW YORK -- The Brooklyn Nets managed to blow an early double-digit lead Friday, this time a 17-point second quarter advantage. But they somehow found a way to pull out a 107-105 win in double overtime over the visiting Detroit Pistons, thanks to the heroics of shooting guard Joe Johnson. Johnson, acquired in the offseason in a multi-player trade with the Atlanta Hawks, was back...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Joe Johnson made a jumper from just inside the arc as time expired in the second overtime, giving the Brooklyn Nets a 107-105 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night.
Johnson finished with 28 points for the Nets, scoring their final five in the second extra period. Gerald Wallace added 25 points and 10 rebounds.
Deron Williams scored 17 points and Andray...
The Brooklyn Nets are now 13-9 after Joe Johnson drained this buzzer-beating shot in double overtime to sneak past the visiting Detroit Pistons on Friday night.Needless to say, everyone in the Barclays Center was ecstatic when the shot went it, and that includes broadcaster Ian Eagle and comedian/television personality Jerry Seinfeld, who was also in attendance for the weekend matchup...
Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson put on a dribbling exhibition for Pistons forward Tayshaun Prince before calmly stepping back and ending last night's double overtime game with this shot.
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Went to see the Nets play at Barclays Center on Friday night. This is pretty much my one NBA game that I go to every four years. The Nets winning on a Joe Johnson buzzer beater in double overtime pretty much ensured that this would be the greatest basketball game I've seen live, ever. Shows you how many basketball games I've been to.
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TORONTO -- The Toronto Raptors were short-handed, but it was the Brooklyn Nets who came up short for the first half of their game at Air Canada Centre on Wednesday. However, the Nets took advantage the Raptors' situation in the second half. Joe Johnson scored 19 of his 23 points after the break, and Brooklyn came away with a 94-88 victory before a crowd of 18,847. A combination...