Nets hang on to beat Heat for Big 3′s first win together

NEW YORK — The Nets bent, and bent some more, but did not break, beating the Heat, 128-124, in Brooklyn on Saturday. The Miami Heat — without All-Star Jimmy Butler, rising star Tyler Herro, and defensive stopper Avery Bradley — proved a tough challenge for the still-jelling Nets, with both teams playing their second game in two nights. Kevin Durant had fresh legs after sitting out Friday’s game against the Cavaliers. He was the most spry player on the court for Brooklyn, scoring 31 points on 11-of-19 shooting from the field, including one basket late in the fourth quarter, where Durant was sta…

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