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The 76ers cut a 20-point deficit to 8 just before halftime. The Nets lead, 49-41.
A Mason Plumlee sighting here at end of second quarter.
Mason Plumlee checks in late in the second and immediately gets a layup.
The 76ers don't have a win, but they do have like four different types of T-shirt guns.
"Paul Pierce left you" -- heckler to Kevin Garnett.
My bad. Meant 'Bogie' got yacked on, not Mirza. After watching the replay, he pulled his hand back at last minute. Coincidence he's pulled?
A man named KJ McDaniels threw down a vicious one-handed dunk. It was quite impressive.
Tony Wroten waves both arms in the air to pump up the few fans in the crowd after a dunk cuts the Nets lead to 39-23.
At least the crowd got a massive K.J. McDaniels dunk. That'll be on SportsCenter later.
Brook Lopez has five rebounds already. Kevin Garnett dunked. It's crazy playing the 76ers.
The Nets are now up 39-19 on the Sixers early in the second quarter, and this game isn't even that close.
Mason Plumlee has yet to play in this one. So far Hollins has stuck to eight players – five starters plus Jack, Teletovic and Alan Anderson.
My favorite part of that GIF was Paul Westphal & Tony Brown feverishly taking notes after the catch.
Nerlens Noel gets a hockey assist on Jarrett Jack's basket. Sixers really should be allowed to simulate this season for everyone's sake.
So "76ers" represents how many games they are expected to lose, right?
Brook Lopez averages 5.4 rebounds per game. He has five in the first quarter.
I've said this before, but I appreciate the fact Lionel Hollins wants the Nets to go for 2-for-1s. Last three years Nets have never bothered
Atmosphere in this place feels like it's a preseason game vs. Maccabi Tel Aviv. No juice.
Brett Brown said the last three minutes of the first have given Sixers trouble this season. They are already down 25-10 with 3:37 to go.
Nets are getting an open look every time down the floor and knocking it down. They're shooting 82 percent and lead 22-10.
If Spurs-Nets was varsity vs. JV, this is JV vs. freshmen.
Great contest at the rim from Brook as Tony Wroten tried to take off from outside the land and yack it on him. Brook wasn't having it.
World B. Free on the court handing out a community award during a TO. There's a chance he could be a rotation player for this Sixer team.
Deron Williams throws a pass to Lionel Hollins, who catches it, but is not a player in uniform, and thus it is a turnover.
The 76ers are going to set all the NBA records for unforced turnovers.
There's fire shooting behind the baskets at this Sixers game.
There also might be less energy in this arena than I've ever experienced in an NBA arena for a regular season game. Feels like a scrimmage.
It's possible the Sixers have spent more money on their pregame intros (which are awesome) than their roster this season.
15 minutes, not 45 minutes. It’s already kicking in!
I'm hopped up on Sudafed and Nets-Sixers is in 45 minutes. There is no guarantee I make it to game grades before falling asleep.
In media room just now, arena employee asked someone on Sixers gameday crew if tonight will be night they win. Dude walked by and laughed.
Brett Brown is one of the league's best and nicest people. He also knows his stuff. Simply doesn't have anything to work with.
Sixers coach Brett Brown is asked if its good he has young team going up against veteran Nets: "No, I don't think so. I don't think so."
Zone would allow Brook Lopez to stay within 10 feet of the basket on D. Avery/PJ tried that with cross-switching Evans on PNR’s.
Lionel Hollins says he's been teaching something new last couple of days: zone defense.
The Nets will host a Jewish heritage night December 21st. Halftime game of Rabbis vs. Teens.
Pretty remarkable how quickly things have changed for Denver. Proof it's very early in the year and there's lots of basketball to be played.
Cuz it's the law, son.
We all need more Jimmy Butler in our lives.
We just had a "New Jersey Nets" call on the Nuggets broadcast. Might have been the first of the season?
Support and fight what u believe in... http://t.co/Ts3KMrG1Xq
On another note, glad Chris Bosh is getting credit this year for being a great player. Never got enough during the Big 3 run for being one.
"You have every right to protest, unless you do it where anyone could be inconvenienced or see you."
Completely bottled up traffic going from Brooklyn to Manhattan
Wow- protestors stretch across entirety of Manhattan Bridge screaming "hands up don't shoot!" and "Justice for Mike Brown!"
So, driving to Brooklyn from New Jersey might be a wee bit tough tonight
Tonight's view from the office is pretty rad. http://t.co/T6QeOFX27x
The Nets were 2nd in offensive efficiency through six games, averaging over 109 points per 100 possessions. Since then? 23rd, averaging 99.1