Richard Jefferson and Kenyon Martin chest-bumped their way into Tuesday's photo gallery.
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X-Factor: Kidd Finds the Touch
"We never base Jason's game on scoring." Those were the words of Nets coach Lawrence Frank after Tuesday's Game 4 of the East semifinals, but Jason Kidd's hot shooting was precisely what enabled New Jersey to pull away to a 94-79 victory over Detroit. Kidd tallied 22 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, made 8-of-15 from the field and scored 13 in the pivotal 30-16 third quarter. If the Nets don't base Kidd's game on points, then a continued surge in that column could well be the key that unlocks this 2-2 series.