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Nets' Johnson beats Bucks at buzzer

Published On: Feb 19 2013 09:36:54 PM CST
Milwaukee Bucks


Joe Johnson hit a 16-foot jumper as time expired in overtime to give the Brooklyn Nets a 113-111 win over the Milwaukee Bucks Tuesday night in Brooklyn.

The Bucks fell behind by as many as 15 points in the third quarter, but rallied to send the game to overtime tied at 105.

Johnson's winning shot gave him a team-high 24 points. Brook Lopez and Deron Williams both added 19 points for Brooklyn.

Brandon Jennings led the Bucks with 34 points, while Ersan Ilyasova had 21 poitns and 9 rebounds.

The Bucks are now 26-26 on the season while the Nets improve to 32-22.

The two teams will play again Wednesday night at BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee.

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