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Topic - Joe Johnson
A game, a series, a season, they all would hinge on one shot.
LeBron James scored 22 points, Chris Bosh added 18 and the Miami Heat took a 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference semifinal series by beating the Brooklyn Nets 94-82 on Thursday night.
Strange as it sounds, missing shots worked wonders for the Miami Heat.
Shane Battier had no idea what to expect.
Kyle Lowry's prolific offense carried the Toronto Raptors to a big lead, and his defensive smarts saved the game.
Paul Pierce climbed high for the dunk, Kevin Garnett went to the floor for a loose ball, and Brooklyn suddenly looked and sounded like Boston.
The Brooklyn Nets made a case for the important of playoff experience in their opening victory over the Toronto Raptors.
A debated block at the buzzer. A season sweep of the NBA champions.
The Brooklyn Nets are so good at home now that even the Houston Rockets can't beat them.
They have gone from disappointment to dominant, a team that was booed on its home floor and now rarely loses there.
Brooklyn has won 11 of their last 13 games, and based on its upcoming schedule could leave Washington in its wake and end up as the No. 3 seed.
The Brooklyn Nets waited until they got to the locker room to dump ice water on coach Jason Kidd after his victorious return to Dallas.
Plagued by foul trouble in the first three quarters, Paul Pierce came up big down the stretch for the Brooklyn Nets.
Jason Kidd has a winning record for the first time in his coaching career.
The Brooklyn Nets didn't take long to put their worst loss in more than 10 years behind them.
"Man, it was great. We need to start another one," Nets guard Joe Johnson said. "I'm glad this streak is over with. Let's start another one for another month and a half, two months."
"You just look around throughout the playoffs, a lot of teams have been losing at home."