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October 24, 2020

Brooklyn Nets Historic Comeback

The Brooklyn Nets came back from a deficit of 28 points against the Sacramento Kings led by All Star Guard D’Angelo Russel where he score 27 points in fourth quarter of his 44 points also his new career high, added 12 assists and four steals.

Sacramento Kings was on verge to record a victory, entering fourth they had a 25 point lead. But Russel got hot, and Rondae Hollis Jefferson made a lay up with .8 seconds left in the game to steal the victory and complete most improbable comeback in franchise history.

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