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Sixers vs Nets notebook: what to watch out for in tonight's Game 2

Five quick thoughts on what we saw in Game 1, and how that might impact the rest of the series.

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As we get ready for Game 2 tonight, here are some stray thoughts on what we saw from the two teams on Saturday.

Defending Mikal Bridges

After scoring 23 points on 10-16 shooting in the first half, Mikal Bridges had just two field goal attempts in over 15 minutes of play after intermission, with the Nets being outscored 54-43 after the break.

Needless to say, the Nets aren't going to win very many games when Bridges is so uninvolved in their offense.

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