109   89
Game 35 · January 8, 2013 · Wells Fargo Center · Brooklyn
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NETS 26 22 35 26 109
Sixers 24 23 14 28 89
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By Dan Gelston, Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA—Reggie Evans grabbed a career-high 23 rebounds and Deron Williams scored 22 points to lead the Brooklyn Nets to a 109-89 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night.

Evans dominated on the glass, outrebounding the undersized Sixers 23-22 through three quarters. Evans had 22 rebounds against Seattle in 2006

Read the full AP Game Recap on NBA.com.

Reggie Evans, then with the Toronto Raptors, also set his previous career-high of 22 rebounds against the Sixers (Nov. 24, 2010)...The Nets shot 10-of-24 from three-point range, led by Deron Williams' 3-for-6 showing. The point guard finished with 22 points and 5 assists...Andray Blatche added 20 points and 7 rebounds in 22 1/2 minutes off the bench...Brooklyn is averaging 102.9 PPG in seven games under interim head coach P.J. Carlesimo, and improved their record when scored 100-or-more points to 10-2...The Nets are now 13-0 in games against teams below .500 at the time of the game this season.

Brooklyn Nets

G · Deron Williams G · Joe Johnson F · Gerald Wallace F · Reggie Evans C · Brook Lopez
Jerry Stackhouse (personal reasons) is INACTIVE.


G · Jrue Holiday G · Jason Richardson F · Evan Turner F · Thaddeus Young C · Lavoy Allen
Kwame Brown (personal reasons) is NOT WITH TEAM.
Andrew Bynum (bilateral knee bone bruises) is OUT.

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Reggie Evans

Gerald Wallace
"(Reggie) gave us an opportunity to get out and run, push the ball. When you're not so much concerned about rebounding because he's cleaning up all the boards, you have more guys out on the fast break.

Usually in most cases, they're sending two guards back; if you've got one guy controlling the boards and everybody else is running, that's a 4-on-2. It's a disadvantage for the other team."

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