The Nets capped off a 4-1 homestand and evened their home record at 11-11 with a comeback victory over the Memphis Grizzlies at the Prudential Center on Wednesday night.
The Nets made just six of their first 22 shots and trailed by 16 points at the end of the first quarter. They were down 13 late in the third when they used a 20-7 run, capped by a Devin Harris three at the shot clock buzzer, to tie it with 7 1/2 minutes to go in the fourth. Harris put them ahead with a drive a minute and a half later and the Nets then went up seven, but the Grizzlies cut the lead to one with 25.2 seconds left. The Nets were back up three with 7.3 seconds to go, but O.J. Mayo's attempt to tie was off and Brook Lopez sealed the game at the line.
The Nets shot 44 percent from the field and 9-for-17 from 3-point range, assisting on 26 of their 36 field goals. Led by Anthony Morrow's 19 points, the Nets' bench outscored the Grizzlies' bench 56-12. Harris and Lopez scored 19 of their combined 30 points in the fourth quarter.