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Have a game where a player scored 40 points (Jefferson), another one with a triple double (Kidd) and another one with 20+ points (Carter).


• The Nets extended their winning streak to 14 games on the strength of Richard Jefferson's 40 points, Jason Kidd's triple-double and Vince Carter's 20 points. That's an unusual trifecta. In only one other NBA game in the last 10 years did a team have one player with 40-plus points, another player with a triple double and a third player with 20-plus points. Charlotte did it on March 6, 1997 -- 48 points for Glen Rice, a triple-double for Anthony Mason and 23 points for Vlade Divac -- in an overtime win against Boston.
http://insider.espn.go.com/espn/insider/news/story?id=2400145
 

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A very impressive stat!:clap:
 

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PHeNoM Z28 said:
I wonder what the last regulation game was...
Yeah, that would be nice to know!

Very impressive for the Nets indeed. :cheers:
 

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Hey you missed another Nets-centric item in that list: :biggrin:

Mark Hendrickson threw a complete-game shutout for Tampa Bay, the first for the Devil Rays since Jorge Sosa on Sept. 4, 2003. That streak of 349 consecutive games without an individual recording a shutout was the second-longest for any team in American League history. The Brewers (when they were in the AL) had a streak of 386 straight games, from 1994 to 1996.

Hendrickson is a former Net. Nets would sign him at the end of the season to a 10-day contract.

Played 27 games in a Nets uniform...sort of KVH Lite.

http://www.nba.com/playerfile/mark_hendrickson/index.html?nav=page
 

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Hey you missed another Nets-centric item in that list: :biggrin:

Mark Hendrickson threw a complete-game shutout for Tampa Bay, the first for the Devil Rays since Jorge Sosa on Sept. 4, 2003. That streak of 349 consecutive games without an individual recording a shutout was the second-longest for any team in American League history. The Brewers (when they were in the AL) had a streak of 386 straight games, from 1994 to 1996.

Hendrickson is a former Net. Nets would sign him at the end of the season to a 10-day contract.

Played 27 games in a Nets uniform...sort of KVH Lite.

http://www.nba.com/playerfile/mark_hendrickson/index.html?nav=page
Your too good. I completely skipped all of that.
 
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