Nets overcome tough start, use big fourth quarter to beat Hawks and snap two-game slide

NEW YORK — It’s not how you start, but how you finish, and luckily for the Nets, their cold start was thoroughly wiped away by a scorching finish in a 145-141 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. Kyrie Irving missed nine of his first 10 shots. Kevin Durant didn’t start heating up until the end of the third quarter. Caris LeVert moved the ball, but he could barely make a shot. DeAndre Jordan couldn’t catch a pass, couldn’t grab a rebound and ended up on the bench the entire fourth quarter. Luckily for the Nets, their best wasn’t needed early. Irving shot 7 of 11 in the fourth quarter,…

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