After winning two games in a row, the Nets couldn't have suffered a worse set-back, Friday night.
In a 32-point loss to the Pacers -- the worst of the season -- New Jersey fell to 14-33, but are still within looking distance at the eighth place Charlotte Bobcats.
In the 124-92 loss on the road, Brook Lopez lead the way for New Jersey, as usual, scoring 28 points but had just one rebound.
Travis Outlaw was the only other Nets player in double-figures, as he finished with 12 points and six rebounds.
Devin Harris struggled throughout the night, scoring just nine points, but did add nine assists on the night.
New Jersey, at 14-33 still sits six games behind Charlotte for the highly coveted eighth spot as the team reaches February.
The Nets will be in Miluakee tonight to take on the Bucks (16-28). Devin Harris will need to be a much bigger factor on the scoreboard if the Nets want to leave with a victory.
New Jersey, who had a chance for their first three-game win streak in over two years on Friday, are 3-7 in their last 10 games.