In a battle of two of the worst teams in basketball, the Nets showed they are the biggest losers, falling to the Philadelphia Sixers on the road 108-97.
- The Sixers had lost five in a row before tonight, and had never swept a season series from the Nets. But the Nets were more than willing to make winners out of Philly, playing lackluster defense most of the game and allowing one of the worst teams in basketball to score 108 points and shoot 56 percent from the floor. Seven Philly players scored in double digits, led by Andre Iguodala, who netted 20 points, 8 assists and 4 rebounds.
- Great comeback game for Chris Douglas-Roberts, who scored 23 points on 9-15 shooting.
- Terrence Williams, in a surprise start had a shaky game, scoring 13, but going 4-16 from the field.
- Brook Lopez’s tough March continued as he scored 12 points on 2-9 shooting. He also grabbed 5 rebounds and seems to be losing his temper more than usual out there.
- The Nets were shockingly accurate from the charity stripe, going 23-24 on free throws.
- The Sixers outscored the Nets 52-34 in the pain and 22-10 on the fast break.