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Nets Fall Apart in Second Half, Drop to 0-12

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On Tuesday, the Nets couldn't recover from a poor start to the game. On Wednesday in Milwaukee, it was the start of the third quarter that did them in. The Bucks scored the first 15 points of the third, and the Nets went from a seven-point halftime lead to an eight-point deficit, never able to recover after that. They trailed by nine after three and a 10-1 Milwaukee run early in the fourth put the game away. After scoring 41 points in the first half, the Bucks scored 58 after the break, shooting 48 percent from the field for the game. Chris Douglas-Roberts and Terrence Williams each recorded double-doubles, combining for 51 points and 20 boards, but Rafer Alston had his third straight poor-shooting night. He's 6-31 from the field since Saturday.