Nets 95, Thunder 93: Deron Williams scored 18 of his 29 points in the second half and Joe Johnson hit a high-arcing fall-away jumper at the buzzer as Brooklyn rallied for a shocking win at Oklahoma City.
Paul Pierce added 18 points and Alan Anderson scored 13 off the bench for the Nets, who snapped a four-game road skid and won for only the second time in their last eight games. Johnson struggled to nine points on 4-for-11 shooting, but he nailed the game-winner from the top of the key as time expired.
Kevin Durant scored 24 points but also had five turnovers as the Thunder squandered a big lead at home for the second straight game. Perry Jones scored 11 points off the bench and Serge Ibaka finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
The Nets trailed by as many as 16 in the third quarter and needed a heave from Williams from near halfcourt to get within 77-66 entering the fourth. Williams hit consecutive baskets after back-to-back Durant turnovers to give Brooklyn a 93-89 lead with 1:31 left, but Durant cut the lead in half and found Ibaka for a layup to tie it, setting up Johnson's dramatic finish.
After trailing by three following one quarter the Thunder took control in the second period, outscoring Brooklyn 33-15 while holding the Nets to three field goals to take a 59-44 advantage into the break. The margin ballooned to 62-46 on Durant's 3-pointer early in the third quarter, but Williams hit back-to-back 3-pointers to cap a 9-0 spurt that pulled Brooklyn within seven.
GAME NOTEBOOK: The Nets improved to 1-19 when trailing after three quarters, while the Thunder dropped to 20-3 when leading entering the fourth. … Ibaka has at least one blocked shot in 25 straight games, the longest active streak in the NBA. … Brooklyn PF Andray Blatche missed his fourth consecutive game for personal reasons.