NEW YORK– My look at some of the best and worst performances from the Brooklyn Nets' 131-114 victory over the 76ers on Tuesday at the Barclays Center:

Best performance:  Bojan Bogdanovic gets this on a night when Nets cheering sections chanted "Bogdy" whenever he made a big play. And Bogdanovic made big plays all night.  The Bulls 6-foot-8, 216-pound swingman finished with a career-high 44 points to go with eight rebounds. His points total tied Drazen Petrovic for the most points by a foreign-born player in Nets history. The total also was the highest ever by a Net at the Barclays Center. Seventeen of his points came in the first quarter on 6-for-6 shooting. The 6-foot-8 second-year player went on to make his first nine shots en route to shooting 17 of 27 for the game.

Worst performance:  This goes to Sonny Weems for the second consecutive game. This time, the Sixers reserve swingman missed both of his shot attempts – one was way off target and appeared to hit off the side of the backboard. He failed to grab a rebound, but had a personal foul and turnover and 8 minutes, 32 seconds of action.

Best performance in a losing effort:  You have to give this to Isaiah Canaan. The 6-foot shooting guard made 5 of 10 shots – all three-pointers – and went 5-for-5 from the foul line to finish with a team-high 20 points.

Best defensive performance:  With three blocked shots and two steals, Thad Young is the only logical person to win this award. The former Sixers also had 14 points and a game-high 16 rebounds.

Worst statistic: How can you not give this to the Sixers' first-quarter shooting?  They made just 23.1 percent (6 of 26) of their shots.

Best statistic: This award goes to the Nets' fast-break points. The Sixers are the team known for getting out and running. But Brooklyn had a 24-9 advantage in fast-break points.

Best of the Best: I'm givng this to the RTRS podcast crew for showing up and supporting the Sixers at the Barclays Center. The "Trust The Process"guys were extremely vocal and showed their team a lot of love despite what turned out to be another lopsided loss.

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