The Brooklyn Nets stunned the Boston Celtics 115-105 in the NBA’s biggest comeback win this season.
The Nets had struggled since last month’s departures of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, losing their last four.
But Brooklyn rallied from a 28-point deficit in the second quarter, with Mikal Bridges scoring 38 points.
The Nets had trimmed the deficit to nine by half-time and took the lead for the first time.
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Jaylen Brown led Boston’s scoring with 35 points but the Celtics have now lost two of their last three and slipped further behind the Milwaukee.