Nets Go Cold in the Snow

Rinse, wash and repeat. Wednesday's game at the Izod Center was close for the first 2 1/2 quarters and the Nets led by one midway through the third, but an 18-1 Milwaukee run spanning the third and fourth decided the game. So the Nets head into the All-Star break with just four wins and an eight-game losing streak. The good news is that only 1,016 people were forced to watch this one in person, the smallest crowd to see the Nets since they joined the NBA. The Nets shot just 39 percent from the field and turned the ball over 17 times. Devin Harris finished with 27 points and nine assists, but Brook Lopez was outplayed by Andrew Bogut and Yi Jianlian shot just 4-14. He did grab 12 rebounds.

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