Short-handed Nets fall to Grizzlies despite Caris LeVert’s 43 points

An all-time performance from Caris LeVert will fall in a defeat. Getting the start for Kyrie Irving (out for personal reasons), LeVert scored 43 points, including 7-of-9 shooting from 3-point range, but his performance was not enough. The Nets lost, 115-110, falling to a .500 record after winning two games in a row. The Grizzlies were without their two best players: reigning Rookie of the Year and dynamic point guard Ja Morant and budding young forward Jaren Jackson Jr. The Nets fought back from a 22-point second-quarter deficit, led largely by LeVert, who scored 19 points in the third quarter…

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