Nets trail all game but eventually overcome the Wizards.
The Brooklyn Nets trailed for the first 43 minutes against the Washington Wizards, before eventually being sparked into life and sealing a 106-101 win at the Barclays Center on Monday.
Tyshawn Taylor and Tornike Shengella came off the bench to lead the charge at the end of the fourth quarter, as the Nets decided to rest almost the entire starting roster.
Andray Blatche and Kris Humphries paced them with 20 points apiece, as seven players finished in double figures for Brooklyn.
Meanwhile, John Wall led Washington with 18 points and 12 assists, but it wasn’t enough to seal the win over a weakened Nets team.
The Wizards conclude their season on Wednesday night with the visit of the Chicago Bulls, while the Nets are on the road to the Detroit Pistons before they begin their play-off campaign.