The Nets got off to a slow start then clawed their way back for 34 points in the second quarter. Spencer Dinwiddie erupted off the bench for 37 points, helping Brooklyn rally into double overtime during a dramatic back-and-forth final quarter in the 132-132 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday at Barclays Center. >> Box score
Things to know about Wednesday's game
1. Joe Harris scored 11 of 14 field goals for 27 points while D'Angelo Russell and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson poured 16 points apiece as Brooklyn won for the ninth time in its last 10 games.
2. While the Nets made 19 of 47 3-pointers, Charlotte shot 15-for-31 from beyond the arc. Harris went 5-for-8 from 3-point range and Dinwiddle went 7-for-17.
3. The Nets led 56-51 at halftime, but Charlotte outscored Brooklyn 37-35 in the fourth quarter.
4. Kemba Walker scored 35 points and seven rebounds while Jeremy Lamb had 31 points for the Hornets, who fell under .500 to 16-17.
5. The Nets have a 6-1 record in their last seven home games.
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The Nets face the Charlotte Hornets again on Friday in the back end of a home-and-home set at 7:00 p.m. at Spectrum Center.