CHARLOTTE, N. C., Oct. 13 (Ticker) -- Jason Kidd and Richard Jefferson scored 10 points apiece as the New Jersey Nets posted a 95-76 preseason victory over the Charlotte Bobcats.

Kidd made 4-of-5 shots and recorded five rebounds and three assists while Jefferson was 3-of-4 with five boards for the Nets, who got at least eight points from eight different players.

Vince Carter scored six of his eight points in the first quarter, including a 3-pointer with 10:18 remaining that made it 5-2, giving New Jersey the lead for good.

Making his home debut, rookie Raymond Felton scored 10 points in 19 minutes for the Bobcats, who were without fellow lottery pick Sean May. May is still recovering from offseason knee surgery and watched from the bench along with reigning Rookie of the Year Emeka Okaforand starting center Primoz Brezec.

The Nets played without offseason acquisition Marc Jackson and Jason Collins.

Antonio Meeking had 14 points and nine rebounds in 23 minutes for Charlotte, which shot just 31 percent (24-of-78) and was outscored, 40-22, in the paint.