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Harris, Nets Blow By Bulls

The Nets picked up a huge win at the IZOD Center Wednesday night, turning the tables on the Bulls, who had dominated the fourth quarter in each of their last two meetings. The game was close for the first 2 1/2 quarters, but the Bulls built a nine-point lead near the end of the third. The Nets then scored the final five points of the period and that turned into a 32-7 run, putting them up 16 with four minutes to go in the game. Devin Harris had his second straight huge night, scoring 42 points on 14-23 shooting from the field and 11-11 from the line. Bobby Simmons scored 18 points off the bench, and Vince Carter added 11 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. Brook Lopez finished with 13 points and seven rebounds and Sean Williams provided more quality minutes when Lopez saw foul trouble in the first half. Chicago shot just 7-25 in the final period, while the Nets were a perfect 25-25 at the line for the game, setting a franchise record. The Nets are now 12-0 when they score 110 or more points and 17-5 when they score 100+.