Brooklyn Nets vs. 76ers at a glance

TEAMS: Nets (18-59) vs. Sixers (28-49)

WHEN:  Tuesday, 7 p.m.

WHERE:  Wells Fargo Center

BROADCASTS: TV – CSN RADIO – 97.5 FM

SOCIAL MEDIA COVERAGE:  TWITTER – @PompeyOnSixers, INSTAGRAM – PompeyOnSixers

411 ON NETS:   The Nets look to extend their winning streak to season-best three games.

Brooklyn center Brook Lopez is coming off a 29-point and five-block performance in Sunday's victory over the Atlanta Hawks. He is 61 points shy of becoming the Nets' all-time leading scorer.

Tuesday's matchup is a homecoming for Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Randy Foye. Hollis-Jefferson is from nearby Chester, while Foye is a former Villanova standout.

PROBABLE STARTERS

NETS (18-59)

22 Caris Levert G 6-7 7.7 ppg. 3.2 rpg.

24 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson PF 6-7 8.5 ppg. 5.7 rpg.

11 Brook Lopez C 7-0 20.8 ppg. 5.4 rpg.

2 Randy Foye SG 6-4 5.3 ppg. 2.0 apg.

7  Jeremy Lin PG 6-3  13.7 ppg. 5.1 apg.

Coach: Kenny Atkinson (first season, 18-59)

Injury report: TBD

SIXERS (28-49)

23 Justin Anderson SF 6-6  6.6 ppg. 3.3 rpg.

9 Dario Saric PF 6-10 12.9 ppg. 6.3 rpg.

22 Richaun Holmes C 6-10  9.3 ppg. 5.2 rpg.

20 Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot SF 6-6  5.6 ppg. 2.1 rpg.

1 T.J. McConnell PG 6-2 6.7 ppg. 6.5 apg.

Coach: Brett Brown (fourth season, 75-248)

Injury report: Ben Simmons (right foot fracture, out), Jerryd Bayless (left wrist ligament tear, out), Joel Embiid (left knee meniscus tear, bone bruise, out), Robert Covington (right knee meniscus tear, out), Jahlil Okafor (right knee soreness, out), Sergio Rodriguez (left hamstring, out),

THE SERIES

Sixers own a 108-79 series advantage.

LAS VEGAS LINE

Sixers are 1-point favorites.

LAST SERIES MEETING

The last meeting was a hard-fought, bounce-back game for the Sixers.

Two nights after being hammered by the Indiana Pacers, the Sixers posted a 106-101 victory over the Nets on March 28 at the Barclays Center.

Covington, Saric, and Luwawu-Cabarrot led the charge before Holmes and McConnell helped to secure the victory from the foul line.

McConnell hit a pair of foul shots to give the Sixers a 104-101 lead with 53.5 seconds left. Then Holmes added two more with 7.0 seconds left, giving his team its five-point margin of victory.

But before that, it was the Covington and Saric show.

Saric scored 14 of his team-high 23 points in the first half. Covington had 21 points, a game-high 13 rebounds, one assist, two steals and two blocks. And Luwawu-Cabarrot scored 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter.

Lopez paced the Nets with a game-high 26 points to go with nine rebounds. He also had six assists and two blocks. Hollis-Jefferson added 11 points and seven rebounds. Lin had 11 points, seven assists and six rebounds.

REMAINING GAMES

Thursday: 7 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center, Chicago Bulls at Sixers

Saturday: 7 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center, Milwaukee Bucks at Sixers

Monday: 7 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center, Indiana Pacers at Sixers

April 12:  8 p.m., at Madison Square Garden,  Sixers at New York Knicks.

Follow and contact 76ers beat writer Keith Pompey on Twitter and on Instagram at PompeyOnSixers.