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Nets bring out the best in Lopez

LOS ANGELES_Brook Lopez insisted - twice - that Friday night's game was just another for him.

It wasn't awkward, he said.

"Typical," Lopez said. "I felt comfortable out there. It was another game to me."

Except, it was different, whether Lopez admitted it or not. He was facing the team with which he spent all of his previous nine NBA seasons - the team that he

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