Nets beat middling Spurs, 121-119, in overtime after slow start

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The Nets bounced back from a disappointing loss to the Milwaukee Bucks with a 121-119 overtime victory over the middling San Antonio Spurs on Sunday. A win is supposed to be good news. This win is not. It’s a disappointing win for a number of reasons, chief among them: the fact that the Nets needed overtime despite their status as purported championship contenders, versus the Spurs’ standing as 10th seed in the Western Conference, now nine games below-.500. Even without Kyrie Irving (available for road games) and Joe Harris (ankle surgery rehab), the Nets still have two sure-f…

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