The Brooklyn Nets wiped out their deficit. Now, they will try and finish off an improbable comeback.
The Nets are one win away from overcoming a 3-1 series hole after beating Chicago 95-92 Thursday night to force a seventh game.
Then again, the way Gerald Wallace sees it, they never should have been in that predicament.
''We feel like we're the better team,'' he said. ''We feel like we shouldn't have gotten down 3-1. We feel like just as they won three games in a row, we can win three games in a row.''
Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson each scored 17 points, and the Nets again avoided elimination, beating the short-handed Bulls.
The series goes back to Brooklyn for Game 7 on Saturday, with the winner getting defending champion Miami in the second round.
''We just believed,'' Johnson said. ''We believed in one another. In practice (Wednesday), we went over a lot. More so than anything, it was about who wanted it badder.''
The Bulls hung in until the end even though t...