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NBA • This was a neat one: The Nets' three stars -- Vince Carter, Richard Jefferson and Jason Kidd -- each finished with 23 points in New Jersey's 96-85 win over the Cavaliers. Which begs the question: Has there ever before been an NBA playoff game in which at least three players shared a team's scoring lead, with as many as 23 points apiece?
Answer: It's happened only twice previously. In 1989, Tom Chambers, Kevin ...
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