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Kidd and Carter Keep It Going

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The consensus seems to be that if the Nets are going to get out of the hole they're in, the Big Three will lead the way. On Wednesday, Richard Jefferson struggled with pain in his right ankle, but Vince Carter and Jason Kidd both came up big for the Nets, as they led the Bucks from start to finish for their second straight win. Jefferson did not play in the second half, but the Nets got good contributions off the bench from Antoine Wright and Hassan Adams. Carter scored 36 points on 12-of-23 shooting, while also grabbing six boards and dishing out nine assists. As a team, the Nets recorded 31 assists on 38 field goals. It was Kidd's first ever 10-10-10 triple-double and the eighth time he has recorded them in consecutive games. Michael Redd was limited to 9 points, his lowest output in 101 games.