Here’s a game clip of Nets-Raptors from NBA.com:
Brooklyn snapped its five-game losing streak by defeating the Toronto Raptors, 94-88, in Toronto Wednesday night. Joe Johnson led the Nets with 23 points and four assists. Reserve forward Reggie Evans was once again a beast on the glass with 11 boards. Throughout much of the game, Brooklyn struggled mightily on both ends of the court and even at the free throw line, shooting only 26-of-35 (58.8 percent) from the free throw line. Even a poor showing from Williams to go along with these shortcomings, the Nets managed to pull the game out. You can say that the Nets’ win was a testament to their resolve, but I’ll say that it is more reflective of who they were playing. The Raptors suck and are sitting in last place in the Atlantic division with a 4-19 record.
- Nets beat Raptors to end five-game losing streak (newsday.com)