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FINAL1234T
Brooklyn2017312694
Toronto2718192488

Brooklyn Leaders:
Points: Joe Johnson - 23
Rebounds: Reggie Evans - 11
Assists: Deron Williams, Joe Johnson - 4

Toronto Leaders:
Points: Ed Davis - 24
Rebounds: Ed Davis - 12
Assists: Jose Calderon - 15


Brooklyn

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
Joe JohnsonG427-144-65-6120224003023
C.J. Watson234-74-44-490663200216
Andray BlatcheC337-140-00-0-23693102514
Deron WilliamsG385-162-60-010224003212
Kris Humphries171-10-09-1070220001211
Reggie EvansF333-30-03-4105611010329
Gerald WallaceF252-50-05-11-4011310209
Keith Bogans140-10-10-0-2022100120
MarShon Brooks50-00-00-0-2022200210
Mirza Teletovic50-30-20-01011001000
Total29-6410-1926-35 1832502051171694
 45.3%52.6%74.3% 
Inactive:Tyshawn Taylor, Tornike Shengelia, Josh Childress, Brook Lopez, Jerry Stackhouse

Toronto

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
Ed DavisF4411-130-02-3-639121301424
Jonas ValanciunasC266-60-03-5-82240023315
DeMar DeRozanG435-131-30-0-10552413311
Jose CalderonG394-132-50-0603315103310
John Lucas194-100-21-3-16011110229
Aaron Gray162-40-03-4-7112100147
Terrence Ross213-81-30-0-6022020117
Mickael PietrusF272-80-51-28112100055
Total37-754-1810-17 13263921113142588
 49.3%22.2%58.8% 
Inactive:Kyle Lowry, Linas Kleiza, Quincy Acy, Andrea Bargnani, Amir Johnson, Alan Anderson, Landry Fields

Game Info

Attendance: 18847
Referees: Ron Garretson, Courtney Kirkland, Eli Roe
Ejections: Brooklyn: 0 Toronto: 0

Stats Legend:

POS - position
MIN - minutes played
FG-A - field goals made - field goals attempted
FG-A - 3 point field goals made - 3 point field goals attempted
FT-A - free throws made - free throws attempted
+/- - plus/minus
ORB - offensive rebounds
DRB - defensive rebounds
REB - total rebounds
AST - assists
STL - steals
BLK - blocks
TO - turn overs
PF - personal fouls
PTS - points

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