The Brooklyn Nets extended their winning streak to four games Wednesday night as they rolled over the rival- Boston Celtics 95-83, in a game that featured ejections to Kris Humphries, Gerald Wallace and Rajon Rondo as a result of a fight to end the second quarter. As a result, Rondo's streak of games with double digit assists ended at 37, the second longest in league history. Rondo was suspended for two games for his role, Brook Lopez injured his foot and will miss two games in the game's overall aftermath, and Coach Doc Rivers called out his Celtics after the game for their lack of toughness. The Nets are now 4-0 against the Atlantic Division. Here are the highlights:
Bench Clearing Brawl Can’t Slow Nets; Defeat Celtics 95-83December 1st, 2012 at 6:18 AM
By John Hood
Tags: Basketball, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Nets, Doc Rivers, Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, NBA, Rajon Rondo
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