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Bucks Crush Nets

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The Nets came up empty at the Meadowlands Tuesday night against the Bucks, looking more like the bad offensive team of November than the bad defensive team of December. They scored the first eight points of the game, but trailed by six by the end of the first quarter and by 14 midway through the second. They trailed by as many as 24 before falling 98-76. The Nets shot just 38 percent from the field and turned the ball over 17 times. Devin Harris took just four shots and missed them all, finishing with a season-low five points. Yi Jianlian led them with 22 on 7-12 shooting but had only two rebounds and the Nets were out-rebounded for the 22nd straight game, an NBA record.