Nets Notes: Big Three explodes in decisive game four victory
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The Brooklyn Nets’ big three quieted an arrogant and hostile Boston crowd on Sunday night, taking game four of their best of seven tilt against the Boston Celtics and now holding a 3-1 series lead.
Combining for 104 points, “The Big Three” weren’t going to let anything stop them from being brilliant in game four.
Proving that Boston’s game three victory was nothing short of a fluke, the Nets’ offense absolutely exploded, and it extended far beyond Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, and James Harden, who tied a record for most points by a trio in a playoff game.
Joe Harris and Bruce Brown each posted fourteen points, and every Nets player played fantastic two-way basketball - most notably Tyler Johnson.
The Nets took the game 141-126 and look to close out the series in five games on home court on Tuesday. Tip-off is set for 7:30 PM Eastern Time.