It didn't take Devin Harris long to make the New Jersey Nets and their fans forget about Jason Kidd.
Stepping on the court for the first time since being acquired last week in an eight-player trade for Kidd, Harris scored 21 points that carried New Jersey to a 120-106 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. Vince Carter and Richard Jefferson added 19 apiece.
Bostjan Nachbar scored all 13 of his points in the fourth quarter to help New Jersey beat the Bucks for the third straight time this season.
Michael Redd had 33 points to lead the Bucks.
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