Spencer Dinwiddie made the game-tying and the game-winning three-pointers to lead the Nets to a 120-119 win over the Pistons on Wednesday. >> Box score
In their first overtime game of the season, the Nets initially squandered a six-point lead in the second quarter and fell behind. But Brooklyn hung around in the final minutes and Dinwiddie nailed a game-tying three-pointer with 21 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
The Nets were trailing 119-117 when Dinwiddie hit the go-ahead shot with just 12 seconds remaining in overtime.
Dinwiddie led the Nets with 25 points, while Joe Harris had 23 points to go along with five rebounds. Caris LeVert scored 19 points and notched five rebounds and seven assists
Ed Davis and Jarrett Allen each had a team-high nine rebounds for Brooklyn.