The Brooklyn Nets pulled off an incredible upset at the NBA bubble on Tuesday by defeating the Milwaukee Bucks, owners of the best record in the league, and it appears they have the Houston Rockets to thank.

Nets guard Garrett Temple, who was Brooklyn's second-leading scorer against the Bucks, told reporters the Nets received some advice on how to beat Milwaukee from Houston, who previously took down the Bucks on Saturday.

It's still mind-boggling that the Nets were able to defeat the Bucks without Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, DeAndre Jordan, Spencer Dinwiddie, Wilson Chandler, Taurean Prince, Caris LeVert and Jarrett Allen—the first six of whom aren't even with the team in Orlando.

This is exactly why we love the NBA, though. Any given day, a team can rally around each other and pull off an incredible upset. The shorthanded Nets should be proud of themselves for shocking the basketball world on Tuesday.

It's not too surprising to hear that the Rockets helped the Nets out. Houston superstar James Harden and Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo don't have the best relationship, so we can totally see Harden dishing some secrets to the Brooklyn players on how to stop the reigning NBA MVP by the pool at Disney World.

So far, it appears the NBA bubble games are going to be able to be completed in its entirety.