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Nets shot 0-7 from the corners and lost by 4. That’ll just about do it.
Slo-mo makes everything looks like a flop.
I promise that is not a 31-minute video.
Mentioned to Joe that Jabari Parker tore his ACL. He was pretty stunned and feels bad for him. Knocked on wood at his locker for good luck.
Lost in all of this is Mason Plumlee is averaging 12 points and 8.2 rebounds on 58.5 percent shooting in six starts this season.
Kevin Garnett has sat out of each of the last three second halves of back-to-backs for the Nets. No word on if he'll sit out tomorrow.
He was then told it was raining, which explained the leak.
Joe Johnson: "I didn't even know it was raining outside. I was like, 'how the hell we got a leak and it ain't even f***ing raining?”
Joe Johnson says he spent the rain delay in the Nets locker room watching Warriors-Grizzlies.
Joe went back to the locker room to watch Memphis-Golden State during the delay.
Joe Johnson said he went back and watched Golden State-Memphis during the roof leak.
Mason Plumlee: "The margin for error is slim when you're coming back from down 10 in the fourth."
Sergey says he's 50-50 for tomorrow
Sergey Karasev has a pretty serious red splotch on his left side. Partially covered with kinesthetic tape.
Lionel says Nets not good enough to string three wins together
Lionel Hollins said Dwyane Wade had a "special night to show he's still a special player."
Hollins said his big fear was that the game would be postponed because of the roof. Said that's a big pain when games have to be stopped.
Lionel Hollins: "Dwyane Wade made a special statement that he's still a special player, and you have to give him his due."
Well, that'll do it. Jarrett Jack misses a wide-open layup with six seconds left that would've cut it to two, Heat get the rebound.
Not sure that's a call you make at this point in the game. Both guys were fighting for position boxing out.
Bojan Bogdanovic is called for a loose ball foul on the defensive rebound. Good call. Hooked Luol Deng's arm.
It was actually an 8-0 run in 49 seconds. Either way, Nets trail 93-91, and Miami has the ball with 35.1 left.
I guess in the relatively calm world of Derek Fisher, that should be considered
Well, this just got interesting. Nets have gone on an 8-0 run in 64 seconds, and now trail 93-91 with 35.1 left. Miami basketball.
Big Shot Bojan cuts the Heat lead to 93-91 with 35.1 left.
The Knicks, of course, started the game with a shot clock violation, and Fisher subbed out the whole team within a matter of minutes.
Nets were playing a short-handed team missing its best player at home. They should've won. Instead, they spent most of it down double-digits
People might try to pin a couple of late turnovers as the reason this one was lost, but this game never should've come down to that.
"I thought the start was not the right way to start a professional basketball game," Derek Fisher said.
Deron Williams then throws another bad pass.
Deron Williams, who has been great distributing tonight, just threw an awful pass, then got hit with a bad foul call.
Atrocious call by Tony Brothers there. Deron Williams didn't even touch Luol Deng, who then clearly traveled.
Oh Deron ...
And then Wade makes it an 8-point game with a beautiful fadeaway jumper in the post.
Nets suddenly have the ball down six with 4:41 left. Shouldn't be anywhere near this game, but still have a chance.
Dwyane Wade is remaining in the game.
Wade went down on the previous possession, got up grimacing and holding his knee, and then hobbled up and down the court until the timeout.
Wade is hurting. Looks like his twisted his ankle.
Dwyane Wade is hurt.
Nets trailing by 13 with eight minutes left to a Heat team without Bosh and McRoberts. Shouldn't be happening.
Nets say that Sergey Karasev has a sore left side and will not return to the game.
Sergey Karasev (sore left side) will not return, according to the Nets.
Sergey Karasev will not return due to a sore left side, team announces.
Sergey Karasev (sore left side) is out.
The Nets start the fourth quarter with Jarrett Jack, Bojan Bogdanovic, Alan Anderson, Cory Jefferson and Jerome Jordan.
Andrei Kirilenko thanks Nets fans for their support, gives a shout out to the Brooklyn Brigade. http://t.co/4Cif8x55G3
Mason Plumlee got out of position on that defensive possession but was quick enough to get back into it in time to block Udonis Haslem.
Block there was Plumlee’s best defensive play of the night. Has struggled with positioning otherwise.
Sergey Karasev is getting wrapped up with what appears to be an issue with his side on the bench.
Karasev was favoring something as he went to the bench
Sergey Karasev is lighting up Dwyane Wade and the Nets are running all over the Heat. Wait, what?
Sergey Karasev seems like he's pretty good at making very difficult layups.
Nets finally beginning to wake up. Have gone on a quick run to start the third quarter, and now trail 58-53.
Mason Plumlee is reversing to the mean
Two free throws in a row for Mason Plumlee, who is now 9-for-35 from the line in December. We'll see if that begins to get him turned around
Nets trail 55-45 at halftime. Why? 12 turnovers leading to 14 Heat points, and shooting 40 percent from the floor.
Mason Plumlee has officially stopped trying to be something he is not. Playing entirely within his limitations.
Sergey Karasev would be great if the NBA did offense-defense line switches.
Barclays Center says the roof leak came from "a water leak caused by the installation of our new green roof."
Two !EELMULP NOSAM’s in one day and it’s not even Christmas yet.
Nets are now 1-for-6 from both inside and outside the arc in the second quarter and trail 45-32.
The Nets don’t lack for ball movement or open looks. They just can’t convert right now.
Bad news: Nets are 2-for-11 in second quarter. Good news: Nets have only gone from down eight to down 10 so far.