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Rebounding Nets seek third straight win vs. Wizards

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Two games represent a small sample, but it appears following a lengthy losing streak, the Brooklyn Nets are regaining their footing following a pair of drastically different wins.

After matching the largest comeback in franchise history, the Nets attempt to reach the All-Star break with three straight wins Thursday night when they host the Washington Wizards. Two days later, the Nets erased a 28-point deficit and pulled off an impressive 111-106 win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, putting them in position for three straight wins for the first time since getting four straight wins Dec. 10-16.

Rookie Cam Thomas scored 16 of his 21 points in Brooklyn’s 38-point fourth quarter while Seth Curry added 20 in a game that matched Brooklyn’s comeback in Sacramento on March 19, 2019 and was part of a second straight strong second half.

In the past two wins, the Nets have outscored Sacramento and New York 121-78 in the second half and 67-38 in the fourth quarter.

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