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Nets Beat Bobcats in Overtime

The Nets earned a split of their home-and-home with the Bobcats with a 114-103 overtime win at Time Warner Cable Arena Saturday night. It was another close game throughout and the Nets had a three point lead in the final minute of regulation, but a Raymond Felton three-point play tied it with 26 seconds to go. On the final possession of the fourth quarter, both Devin Harris and Vince Carter missed chances to win it, but Keyon Dooling hit a pair of big shots and fed Jarvis Hayes for the dagger as the Nets scored 18 points in overtime to get the win and improve to 10-4 on the road. Harris and Carter combined for 54 points, shooting 17-29 from the field and 16-19 from the line. Hayes and Josh Boone combined for 26 points off the bench and Brook Lopez pitched in 13 boards. The Nets' bench outscored their Bobcats counterparts 38-15. Gerald Wallace had another solid game for Charlotte, scoring 32 points to go with nine rebounds, four assists, two blocks and two steals.