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38-36, 4th in Atlantic

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

After seeing his former team eliminated from playoff contention, Nets guard D'Angelo Russell was asked if he has a little something extra playing in Staples Center. "Yeah, this is where I started," Russell said. "This is definitely where I started. It's definitely a place that gave me an opportunity. Not many guys started somewhere and then that was forgotten throughout their career. You know, the Chauncey Billups, the Nashes, of that group, so I'm trying to consider myself one of those guys."

Russell's double-double helps end Lakers' playoff hopes (1:25)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

With the win Friday, Brooklyn All-Star guard D'Angelo Russell helped officially eliminate his former team, the Lakers, from playoff contention. After the game, Russell was asked if that felt like poetic justice, in a way. "It sounds good on paper, but at the end of the day, we're not playing them," Russell said. "We're not competing against them for seeding. Just the win is good enough." Russell finished with 21 points and 13 assists against the team that drafted him No. 2 overall in 2015.

Allen starts second half with a hammer (0:20)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

LeBron James participated in half of practice today, but Lakers coach Luke Walton said he expects that James should play tomorrow vs. Brooklyn.

Pierce: Russell's resurgence representative of his character (1:30)
Stephen A.: Something special developing in Brooklyn (0:58)
Russell's massive fourth quarter fuels Nets' comeback win (1:36)
Nets shower Hollis-Jefferson after scoring game winner (1:00)
Hollis-Jefferson hits the game-winning basket (0:41)
Russell on fire with 23 4th-quarter points after this 3-pointer (0:30)
Nets take the lead with Dudley's 3-pointer (0:24)
Allen gets up high to catch the lob from Dinwiddie (0:18)
Russell's no-look lob sets up Allen's slam (0:23)
Dinwiddie throws alley-oop to Kurucs from other end of the court (0:16)
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Lou lifts Clippers with first career buzzer-beater

Lou Williams hit the game-winning 3-pointer from the top of the key to give the Clippers a 119-116 victory over the Nets. It was the first buzzer-beating winner of Williams' 14 seasons.

Williams spoils Nets' late rally with heroic game-winner (1:19)
Allen gets up for air-defying alley-oop (0:12)
Harrell comes down with monster slam for 2nd dunk over Allen (0:23)
Russell pulls off unreal fake for spin-around dagger (0:25)
Allen brings down alley-oop for a one-handed slam (0:15)

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.618th
Rebounds Per Game46.011th
Assists Per Game23.820th
Points Allowed111.919th

Team History