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Nets Share Another Victory

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It was another balanced attack from the Nets Sunday evening at the Meadowlands, one which featured another incredible assist/field-goal ratio, 32 of 36. Not surprisingly, that translated into a relatively easy win over the Milwaukee Bucks at the Meadowlands. The Nets have now recorded their three highest assist/field goal ratios of the season in the last four games. Behind some hot shooting, they built a 15-point lead midway through the second quarter and led by 12 at the half. A 7-0 Milwaukee run to start the third quarter made it a five-point game, but the Nets responded with a 12-5 run of their own, and the Bucks could never get it back to single digits after that. Vince Carter led New Jersey with 24 points and Jason Kidd and Clifford Robinson each added 16. Antoine Wright had the best game of his young career, scoring 7 points off the bench, including an alley-oop from Vince Carter and his first career three-pointer.