The New Jersey Nets were dominated by the Toronto Raptors on Thursday night, 98-67, in their last game before they move to Brooklyn. It was hardly the send-off the team was looking for. The Nets shot just 30.1 percent from the floor with Deron Williams and Gerald Wallace on the sidelines.
Anthony Morrow and Armon Johnson each scored 11 points to lead New Jersey, but went just 4-for-12 and 3-for-10 shooting from the floor to get there, respectively. Gerald Green went 4-for-13, Jordan Williams went 5-for-13 and MarShon Brooks went 4-for-17 in what was one of the ugliest losses of the season.
Not that the Raptors were particularly hot. As a team they were just 42 percent from the floor. They killed the Nets on the boards, however, hauling in 58 rebound to 39 for New Jersey. Ben Uzoh recorded his first career triple-double with 12 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds. Forward Ed Davis had a career high 24 points in the win.