Today's NBA regular season, the Nets after the trade deadline debuted in full form to face the Philadelphia 76ers.
They didn't break the can and directly rot because they lost two star players of Duou. Facing the Philadelphia 76ers in third place in the East today, the struggle reached the last minute. In the final 0.9 seconds, Dinwiddie hit a big 3-pointer but unfortunately timed out, and eventually lost 98-101 at home, and currently remains in fifth place in the East with 33-23.
The new Nets for this game have a new starter for Dinwiddie Bridges-Cameron Johnson-Finney Smith-Claxton, and three of the five are league-recognized quality 3D players who cannot be underestimated.
The course of the game was also unexpected, the Nets unexpectedly suppressed the 76ers led by Embiid Harden in the first three quarters, especially for the emperor's bag is more intelligent and accurate.
28-26 in the first quarter and 60-52 at halftime, leading 96-87 in the last five minutes of the fourth quarter. But there are two superstars on the opposite side who are far more talented than them.
The 76ers once caused the Nets to have a scoring drought of more than five minutes, taking advantage of Embiid and Harden's consecutive free throws to make it 8-0. Duo hit all four free throws in the final minute to give the 76ers a 101-98 lead, while Dinwiddie missed the timer in the final minute and lost at home.
Nets Bridges 23 points, 6 rebounds and 2 steals, Harris 18 points; Cameron Thomas 14 points, Cameron Johnson 12 points, 7 boards, 3 assists and 3 steals; Dinwiddie 9 points, 6 boards and 6 assists.
The 76ers had 37 points, 13 boards and 2 steals, Harden had 29 points, 6 boards and 6 assists, and Maxi had 12 points, 4 boards and 3 assists.
If it weren't for the fierceness of the superstars opposite, this new Nets would have made the open, but their gesture of not bowing to fate is indeed worthy of respect.