The Brooklyn Nets have one of the best away records in the NBA, but their struggles at the Barclays Center continued on Saturday night as they surrendered a late double-digit lead to a short-handed Clippers team.
The Nets led 107-95 with 5:27 to play in the fourth quarter, but allowed the Clippers to go on a 10-0 run over the next two minutes to get back into the game. The duo of Eric Bledsoe and Justise Winslow took over, and the Nets failed to make a single shot from the field in the final two minutes as the Clippers continued to rally and go on to win, 120-116.
The loss drops Brooklyn to just 10-8 at home this season, compared to a 13-3 record on the road.
Here’s what fans and analysts were saying about Saturday’s loss.