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Hornets’ Marvin Williams got up and threw it down on Nets Tuesday night

Charlotte needed a win, having lost seven in a row. Brooklyn is not exactly a defensive powerhouse, to put it kindly.

That led to a 111-107 Charlotte win Tuesday night, which included one powerful Marvin Williams dunk.

That Brooklyn defense showed its colors when Rondae Hollis-Jefferson watched the ball not his man opening the door for a Williams baseline cut to the rim, and credit Charlotte’s Frank Kaminsky for recognizing it and making the good pass. Randy Foye tried to rotate over but this isn’t on him, he had no chance.