After getting a pivotal win in Game 3 behind the effort of Joe Johnson, the Brooklyn Nets have cut the series lead down to 2-1 to the Miami Heat after two road losses to start the series. If they hope to turn the series completely around in Game 4, they will need a similar performance from Johnson.
The Nets seemed to have all the answers in Game 3, beating the Heat 104-90. Joe Johnson was the leading scorer for Nets in the big win, as he recorded 19 points. LeBron James was the game's high scorer for the Heat, recording 28 points on 8-15 shooting. He also registered eight rebounds and five assists in the loss.
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