The two seem to have responded. Lopez led the Nets with a season-high 32 points and 9 rebounds, while Harris added 27 points and 9 assists to help down the Atlanta Hawks 107-101 in overtime at the Prudential Center.
New Jersey had a chance to win the game in regulation, but Harris' contested jumper at the buzzer drew the front of the iron.
The Nets never trailed in the game, but were unable to put the Hawks away until the final minute of overtime. The Nets extended Atlanta's losing streak to three games while ending their own slide at the same number.
Lopez was able to rebound from a rough West Coast road trip that ended with him missing a game-tying layup in the final seconds of the Nets loss to the Denver Nuggets.