D’Angelo Russell recorded 36 points as the Nets cut down the Cavaliers 148-139 in triple-overtime in Cleveland.
Joe Harris went 4-of-5 from three en route to 25 points as Brooklyn snapped a two-game skid. DeMarre Carroll hit a desperation three at the end of the second OT to keep the game going.
The Nets had lost five of their previous six and enter the All-Star break at 30-29.
Jordan Clarkson connected for a career-high 42 points to lead Cleveland. The Cavs have lost five-of-six to fall to 12-46.