Sean Kilpatrick Kills The Clips With 38 Points, 20 in 4th Quarter
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If you watched D-League basketball last season then you know the Nets’ Sean Kilpatrick can put up points. I watched him and was still in shock watching him drop 20 points in the 4th quarter vs the Clippers on Tuesday night; I was also shocked watching him grab a career-high 14 rebounds to go with his career-high 38 points on 34 shot attempts; I was also shocked when he forced double OT with a three-point play. Actually, between Doc Rivers’ ejection and all of the clutch shots, I was shocked for the entire 2nd half of the Nets wild win over the Clippers.
“We were down 20, then next minute you know we just kept chipping it down,” Kilpatrick said. “Then next minute I knew we were down four, and I was like yo, it’s on now. It’s game time.”