Happy to be back sharing the #Nets beat with you!
Not only did the Raptors win without Kawhi Leonard, they cruised to a huge win over the Warriors to improve to a league-leading 23-7 record. After a series of rough outings for Kyle Lowry, he bounced back with a pair of big performances the last two games.
No official update yet on what appeared to be a pretty ugly looking left thumb injury for Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas. Puts a significant damper on a night that otherwise has been dominated by the Raptors thus far on the court.
#GLeagueAlum Spencer Dinwiddie (@SDinwiddie_25) dropped a CAREER-HIGH 39 PTS in the @BrooklynNets' win on Wednesday night, adding 5 AST! Dinwiddie spent 29 combined games in the #NBAGLeague with the @grdrive and @windycitybulls from 2014-2016!
39 points from the guy who handled the ball most of the second half didn’t hurt that’s for sure! Rodi an unsung hero: countless big plays and timely plays too
How did the Nets win? "Honestly, I have no idea." - Spencer Dinwiddie. (I think his head is a bit foggy after the big night).
There is one breakfast better than steak and eggs: steak and eggs, and eggs and steak #Familyguy https://t.co/oJtCxzCE56
As I always say with blame or credit must come the other. Kenny pushed all the right buttons tonight.