One clumsy handoff from Joe Harris to Garrett Temple caused Nets their game

The Nets never drove in their Game 1 loss to the Raptors, however they set up a considerably more courageous exertion in Game 2 on Wednesday. The final product was as yet the equivalent: A loss, this time 104-99, to tumble to 0-2 in their first-round playoff series.

The Nets followed by three on their second-to-last possession, yet a blundered handoff from Joe Harris to Garrett Temple prompted a game-fixing quick break dunk for Raptors wing Norman Powell. That was Brooklyn’s seventeenth turnover, and it was more expensive than the earlier 16 consolidated.

They gave a superior battle in Game 2, yet it wasn’t sufficient to win. In the event that this is the pattern for the following two games, the Nets could be the main team on a plane out of the Orlando bubble.