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Lopez leads Nets to 90-82 win at BucksSubmitted: 12/07/2013
Story By Associated Press

MILWAUKEE - Brook Lopez scored 32 points, Joe Johnson had 15 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Milwaukee Bucks 90-82 on Saturday night for their first winning streak of the season.

Lopez dominated inside, making 11 of 13 shots from the field. He also had seven rebounds and four assists as the Nets won consecutive games for the first time, lifting their total to six victories for the year.

Alan Anderson added 13 points for Brooklyn.

O.J. Mayo led the Bucks with 22 points and John Henson added 18 points and seven rebounds. Milwaukee has the worst record in the Eastern Conference at 4-16.





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