Though their five-game winning streak has come to an end, the Brooklyn Nets will look to start off fresh in a visit to the Bay Area to face the Golden State Warriors at Wednesday at 10:30 pm ET.
Brooklyn received their first loss in nearly two weeks by the Los Angeles Lakers, 95-90.
"We got off to a tough start, a slow start (falling behind 10-0), and we finally got back to playing our style of basketball, playing our tempo, but I'm proud of our guys tonight," said coach Avery Johnson, whose team hadn't lost since falling 103-73 at Miami on Nov. 7.
Gerald Wallace played for the first time since opening night against the Lakers and only managed seven points. Brook Lopez led the way with 23 and Deron Williams chipped in 22 points and 10 assists.
Meanwhile, the Warriors are coming of a series of road games that left them 1-1 thanks to a 105-101 overtime win against the Dallas Mavericks on Monday.
Steph Curry had 20 of his 31 points in the fourth quarter and overtime to get the Warriors their third win in the last four games.
David Lee had 17 points and 19 rebounds in 43 minutes of action and rookie Harrison Barnes scored 20 to go along with 12 rebounds.
Golden State is 25th in the league in scoring defense, but head coach Mark Jackson thought that was the key to victory on Monday.
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