The Brooklyn Nets' winning streak is over, but they still have a chance to equal the best 10-game start in franchise history.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson realizes it could be tough to stop that from happening.
Brooklyn will try to rebound from its first loss in nearly two weeks Wednesday night at Oracle Arena.
Looking to win six straight for the first time since a franchise record-tying 14-game surge March 12-April 6, 2006, the Nets (6-3) lost 95-90 to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday to fall to 1-1 on their three-game California swing.
"We got off to a tough start, a slow start (falling behind 10-0), and we finally got back to playing our style of basketball, playing our tempo, but I'm proud of our guys tonight," said coach Avery Johnson, whose team hadn't lost since falling 103-73 at Miami on Nov. 7.
Brooklyn can still match the team's best 10-game start, previously done in 2001-02 and 2002-03 - the only two seasons the team has advanced to the NBA finals.