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Nets Hope Indy Was One-Time Thing

After a homestand that saw the Nets hold opponents to less than 40% shooting, the Nets let the Pacers shoot 62.5% in their 124-92 loss in Indianapolis.  Now, the question is which was more representative of the team's defense.  Logic would dictate the homestand but the stats show the Nets' defense is a lot worse on the road, and that's where they play Saturday.

"We need to get back to what we were doing before," Lopez said.  "I think sometimes we get a little complacent," Harris said. "We’ve got to come in every situation like we’re the underdog, and we’ve got something to prove and with a chip on our shoulder."

Jordan Farmar is out again with a lower back strain.