Knicks guard Sasha Vujacic scored a season-high 12 points for the Knicks on Wednesday night and was a key factor in the team's comeback over the Nets.
Vujacic, who played in just 22 minutes during January, played in 22:21 at Barclays Center, going 4-for-10 from the field to go along with two rebounds and one block in the 95-90 win.
"It made me feel like I'm breathing again," Vujacic told reporters after the game. "Like I'm alive."
Vujacic also completed two four-point plays during the game, becoming the first player in team history to do so. Head coach Jeff Hornacek said after the game that Vujacic's role in the victory can't be understated.
"Four-point plays accumulate. All of a sudden the score gets quicker to being close," Hornacek said, according to Newsday's Al Iannazzone. "He was huge. Sasha can do that."