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“We’re catching a rhythm, obviously, offensively,” he said, according to ESPN’s Royce Young. “But defensively as well. We’re learning our strengths and our weakness and things we can get better at.”
Perhaps the most encouraging part of the Nets’ performance Friday was that they did it without leading scorer Kevin Durant, who was sitting out to rest his Achilles.
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