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Bradley Beal scores 28 points, but Washington spends too much time on a late inbounds pass to Beal in an eventual 103-98 loss to Brooklyn.
Trailing by one with under a minute to play, Allen Crabbe drains a 3-pointer from the top of the key to give the Nets a 100-98 lead.
DeMarre Carroll plays the passing lanes and picks off a pass before finishing through contact on the other end to put the Nets ahead 96-95.
Caris LeVert gets into the lane and throws it up for Jarrett Allen who hangs on the rim after flushing through the alley-oop.
Jarrett Allen corrals a pass in the post and skies to throw down a one-handed jam over Jason Smith.
Jarrett Allen emphatically denies Markieff Morris at the rim, and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson finishes in transition with a two-handed flush.
The Nets drain four consecutive 3-pointers in the first quarter, turning a tie game into a five-point lead.
Spencer Dinwiddie comes up with the steal and finishes on the other end with an easy transition layup.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson cuts down the lane and finishes at the rim through contact to get the hoop and the harm.
Calling his role with the Sixers never "the right fit," Nets center Jahlil Okafor said he's excited about fulfilling his potential with a new team.
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