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NEW YORK---The Brooklyn Nets
have gone from disappointment to
dominant, a team that was booed on
its home floor and now rarely loses
And pretty soon, the Nets will also
be a playoff team.
Paul Pierce scored 22 points after
another sensational start, helping the
Nets move to the brink of a postseason
spot by beating the Minnesota Tim-
berwolves 114-99 on Sunday for their
club record-equaling 13th straight home
"First part of the season was rough
on us with injuries and everything that
we went through," guard Deron
Williams said. "It feels good to be able
to turn it around."
Pierce scored 16 in the first quarter,
two nights after putting up 17 in the
period. He couldn t keep it going after
asking for a rest so he would stay fresh
to defend Kevin Love, but the Nets had
to plenty more to pull away.
Joe Johnson added 19 points for the
Nets, who had a 10-21 win-loss record
when they reached the new year, but
will clinch a playoff spot with either
another win or a loss by the New York
A postseason berth was viewed as a
sure thing when the Nets acquired
Pierce and Kevin Garnett while assem-
bling a team that would cost more than
$180 million, but they struggled early
and then lost leading scorer Brook
Lopez to a season-ending foot injury.
"I think a lot of teams with bad char-
acter, bad leadership in the locker room
would ve laid down a long time ago,"
Pierce said. "But not this group."
Brooklyn equaled the longest home
winning streak in the NBA this season
and the best in the history of the fran-
chise, done twice in 2002 when the
Nets were still based in New Jersey.
They have won 20 of their last 22 games
at Barclays Center.
Corey Brewer and Kevin Martin each
scored 21 for the Timberwolves, who
had won two in row and were coming
off the highest-scoring game in the
NBA this season, when they scored a
franchise-record 143 points in a rout
of the Lakers on Friday. But they had
only 17 in the fourth quarter of this
one as Brooklyn surged to the finish.
The Lakers recovered from that big loss
with a 115-99 win over the Suns.
The Cavaliers kept their playoff push
alive with a 90-76 win over the Indiana
Pacers, who are losing their grip on the
No 1 seed in the Eastern Conference.
Tristan Thompson had 16 rebounds
as the Cavs ended a nine-match losing
streak against Indiana.
Cleveland came in three games
behind slumping, idle Atlanta for the
conference s final playoff spot. With
seven matches left---six against teams
with losing records---the Cavaliers still
have a chance.
The Pacers, meanwhile, are falling
apart. They lost their fifth straight road
game and now lead Miami by one game
for the East s top record and home-
At Oklahoma City, Kevin Durant had
31 points and nine assists to help the
Thunder beat Utah Jazz 116-96.
Durant scored at least 25 points for
the 38th consecutive game, the longest
streak since Michael Jordan did it in
40 straight matches for the Chicago
Bulls in the 1986-87 season.
Elsewhere, the Raptors had a 98-93
win over the Magic, the Chicago Bulls
held off the Celtics 107-102 in Boston,
the Trail Blazers beat the Grizzlies 105-
98 and the New York Knicks moved
within one match of the final playoff
spot with an 89-84 win over the Gold-
en State Warriors. (AP)
Pierce, Nets win
13th straight at
home, top Wolves
Brooklyn Nets' Paul Pierce, right, protects the ball from Minnesota Timberwolves' Corey Brewer during the
fourth quarter of an NBA match, on Sunday at Barclay's Center in New York. The Nets won 114-99. AP PHOTO
Cleveland Cavaliers' Tristan Thompson (13), from Canada, grabs a rebound ahead
of Indiana Pacers' David West during the third quarter of an NBA match on
Sunday, in Cleveland. Cleveland defeated Indiana 90-76. AP PHOTO
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