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Durant, Irving power Nets past Cavs for No. 2 seed in East

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The Brooklyn Nets saved their best for last, ending the regular season with their highlight play of the season.

“It’s a new season for us and I think that’s the mentality we all want to have. We did some solid things throughout the regular season but we just want to continue to keep getting better but realize that the regular season is over, it’s a new vibe for us.”

Durant had 23 points, 13 assists and eight rebounds and the Nets took the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 123-109 on Sunday night.

James, recently signed for the rest of the season after a pair of 10-day contracts, worried that he would be in trouble if Durant hadn’t finished the dunk. Ending a season in which team outings were largely impossible because of coronavirus protocols, Bickerstaff said the Cavs had an outdoor rooftop dinner in Brooklyn.

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