CLEVELAND, April 3 (UPI) --
MarShon Brooks ignited Brooklyn to an enormous second quarter Wednesday and the Nets went on to down Cleveland 113-95.
The Nets snapped a two-game skid, turning the game into a rout by outscoring the Cavaliers in the second period 38-16. Cleveland has lost 10 in a row.
Brooks scored 25 points and Deron Williams had 24 for the Nets, who shot a massive 61 percent through three quarters and wound up making 57 percent for the game. Brooklyn took a 27-point lead into the final 12 minutes.
Cleveland was led by Kyrie Irving and Marreese Speights with 16 points each.
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