Another untimely letdown proved that Detroit didn't learn from its mistakes against the Nets.
Despite facing elimination against the defending East champs in their house, the Pistons felt right at home.
Sparked by Kenyon Martin, the Nets' defense torched what was left of the Pistons' 2-0 series lead.
To have a shot at getting past the Pistons, the Nets will need Jason Kidd to find his shooting stroke.
What the Nets saw from Jason Kidd and Kenyon Martin against the Knicks was too good to be true.
The Knicks were in a tough position with Shandon Anderson and Penny Hardaway in the starting lineup.
The Knicks swung and missed on their promise to get physical and get even with the Nets.
The win streaks of Lawrence Frank and the Nets are nothing compared to Hubert Davis' unbeaten run.
With every Nets win, Lawrence Frank makes a name for himself and furthers the Jeff Van Gundy comparison.
Tim Duncan and David Robinson combined to lead the Spurs to their second NBA title with a Game 6 win.
Tim Duncan starred but Steve Kerr grabbed the spotlight late in the Spurs' 93-83 Game 5 victory.
Kerry Kittles is sacrificing his scoring by making sure Spurs guard Tony Parker doesn't score.
The Nets blew a big lead -- but made their foul shots down the stretch to get even.
Byron Scott blamed the Spurs' free-throw advantage on the lop-sided calls by the referees.
It wasn't pretty, but the Spurs dug in on the road again to put the Nets back on their heels.
Jason Kidd bounced back from an ugly Game 1 to score 30 points and lead the Nets to victory in Game 2.