The 76ers overcame a 20-point deficit for the win.
Jimmy Butler knocked in a game-winning three-pointer to lift the 76ers over the Nets 127-125 on Sunday.
The triple capped a 20-point comeback by Philadelphia, with the victory improving the club to 14-8 on the season. The Sixers outscored Brooklyn 38-23 in the final quarter.
Butler led the Sixers with 34 points and collected 12 rebounds. Center Joel Embiid added 32 points and 12 boards.
It marked the second game-winning bucket Butler has hit since joining Philadelphia. Last Sunday, he buried a similar game-winning triple from the right side of the arc in the Sixers' overtime win over the Hornets.