March 30, 2012
Nets rally from 19 down to beat Warriors
Oakland, Calif.— Gerald Wallace believes the future is bright for the Nets, even if he might not be a part of it.
That's a decision Wallace will have to make this summer. For now, the 6-foot-7 forward is content trying to help the limping Nets salvage what they can from a disappointing season.
Wallace scored 10 points over the final 6 minutes and made a pair of key defensive stops as the Nets rallied from 19 points down in the second half to beat the Golden State Warriors 102-100 on Friday night.
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NETS NOTES Deron Williams dished out a season-high/NBA season-high tying 20 assists (most in a regulation game this season). It marked his sixth career 20-assist effort and second against the Warriors. His career-high for assists is 21 (2)...Gerald Wallace tallied 24 points, a season-high 18 rebounds, 5 assists and a season-high 6 steals. He is the first player to register those numbers since
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|LINE OF THE NIGHT|
24 PTS, 18 REB
5 AST, 6 STL
7-16 FGs, 8-9 3Ps
|On Gerald Wallace's leadership:
"I told him that we needed that from him. A coach can only do so much, but when you have one of your players in the huddle communicating, especially with our young guys. Now we have him and Deron [Williams] communicating with everybody on the floor and it’s taking our leadership level to another level and another stratosphere from where we were."