Video: Deron Williams catches fire, activates Mark Cuban Struggle Face

On Monday night against the Atlanta Hawks, the Brooklyn Nets had one of their worst seven-minute stretches of the season, allowing the Hawks to turn what was anybody’s game into an easy blowout victory. Wednesday night, the Nets did the opposite — they took a close game for their own, mostly on the back of Deron Williams playing like one of the best players in basketball. Williams hit midrange jumpers galore, attacked the basket, and finished the fourth quarter with a loud 13 points on 6-11 shooting to lead the Nets to a 28-19 quarter and a 113-96 victory.

Williams finished with 31 points on the night on 13-25 shooting, adding six assists and one Mark Cuban Struggle Face.