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Nets, Kings prepare for NBA Global Games in Beijing, China

SHANGHAI, CHINA - OCTOBER 12: Rudy Gay #8

SHANGHAI, CHINA - OCTOBER 12: Rudy Gay #8 of Sacramento Kings dribbles against Joe Johnson #7 of Brooklyn Nets during the NBA Global Game 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Arena on October 12, 2014 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Kevin Lee/Getty Images) Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Lee

The Brooklyn Nets and Sacramento Kings will play their second NBA Global Games game in Beijing, China, on Wednesday night at the Wukesong MasterCard Center.

"The game of basketball is something I love to do and you don't have to push me to do this," the Nets' Kevin Garnett said. "I wake up everyday and I love to do this. The fact is my job is a plus and everyday I come here and I hope to play with the great guys around and the cool people.

"You know this is sort of fantasy for me, so as long as I am able to play, as long as I am able to contribute to our team then I will play, easy as that. "

The Nets beat the Kings 97-95 in the first game in Shanghai on Sunday.

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