The Nets have more road wins than the Lakers, Trail Blazers, Mavericks, Spurs and Celtics but have yet to reward the hometown fans with a win, going 0-4 at Prudential Center. On Wednesday, they go for No. 1 again vs. the Warriors, winners of two straight, including one Tuesday night in Cleveland.
For the Warriors, their win vs. the Cavaliers seemed like old home week for ex-Knicks. David Lee and Nate Robinson led Golden State with 29 and 17. The Warriors are coached, of course, by Mark Jackson, who traded the mic for the chalk board over the summer. Stephen Curry is questionable at best.
The Nets remain the walking wounded. D-League call-up Larry Owens arrived Tuesday night in New Jersey, his services needed because of nagging foot injuries to Damion James and Shawne Williams. He may get minutes vs. Golden State. The big problem continues to be replacing Brook Lopez's numbers while he heals from his foot injury. It hasn't been easy.
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