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'Best' & 'Worst' awards: Sixers vs. Nets
Keith Pompey, The Philadelphia Inquirer Posted: Sunday, April 6, 2014, 10:08 AM
My look at some of the best and worst performances from the Nets 105-101 victory over the 76ers Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center:
Best performance: Even in defeat, this award goes to Hollis Thompson. The Sixers swingman put on a three-point shooting clinic, making a career-best 6 of 8 attempts. Thompson finished with 18 points. The rookie made three-pointers on consecutive possessions closed the gap to two points, 103-101, with 11.5 seconds remaining. Thompson made all three of his three-point attempts after intermission.
Worst performance: This goes to James Anderson. The Sixers shooting guard was basically a bystander. He missed seven of his nine shot attempts to finish with five points. Anderson didn’t have the worst shooting performance. Nets reserve guard Marcus Thornton went 1-for-10 from the field. But Thornton contributed in other ways and his two foul shots with 7.3 seconds left gave the Nets a four-point cushion. Meanwhile, Anderson failed to get to the foul line and had zero assists.
Best defensive performance: Kevin Garnett gets this one even though he only played for 13 minutes, 12 seconds. The Nets center blocked a shot and had a steal in his first game back after missing 19 straight with back spasms. Garnett also had four rebounds – three on the defensive end – to go with 10 points. More coverage  WATCH: Sixers-Nets highlights VOTE: Which freshman should the 76ers target? POLL: Who will have the best NBA career? Latest Sixers videos  Forum: When will the 76ers be a threat again?
Best performance by a Net: Deron Williams wins this award. The point guard finished with 19 points and nine assists. He scored six of his points in the fourth quarter on a three-point shot and three clutch foul shots.
Worst statistic:This award goes to the Nets’ three-point shooting. They made just 6 of 21 three-point attempts (28.6 percent).
Beststatistic: This goes to the Nets’ points in the paint. They made their share of layups and dunks en route to scoring 60 points in the paint.
Contact and follow Inquirer 76ers beat writer Keith Pompey on Twitter @PompeyOnSixers
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