Brooklyn Nets score 91 in 1st half vs Warriors, 3rd-most in NBA | TODAY EXPOSE
The Nets earned a resounding win against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, extending their season-high winning streak to seven games.
Brooklyn dominated the contest from the opening tip-off, scoring a franchise-record 91 points in the first half.
The Nets had 10 players make at least one three-pointer and the team’s 21 threes was a season-high.
Nine Nets players finished in double figures in points, which was a franchise record, and their 109 points through three quarters was a season-high.
Kevin Durant led the way with 23 points while Edmond Sumner, Royce O’Neale, Seth Curry and T.J. Warren each had 12.
The victory was a testament to the team’s professionalism and maturity as they took advantage of a depleted Warriors team that was without Steph Curry, Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson.
Kyrie Irving was a late scratch due to right calf tightness.
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