The Nets’ 13th different starting lineup of the season worked wonders against the Bucks Friday night.

After coach Jason Kidd swapped Paul Pierce and Shaun Livingston into the starting five for Mirza Teletovic and Alan Anderson, the Nets responded by playing well and breezing to a 104-93 victory over the hapless Bucks, leading virtually wire-to-wire and by double digits for most of the second half.

Livingston, in particular, played well, finishing with a team-high 20 points to go with five rebounds and six assists playing next to Deron Williams in a two point guard lineup.

“It’s a combination coach is getting a look at,” said Pierce, who finished with 12 points, four rebounds and three assists, of Williams and Livingston. “I thought it was a good combination. They both really played well off each other.

“We went small, tried to spread the court and use our shooting and driving and it worked for us.”

The Nets got big boosts from both Teletovic and Jason Terry off the bench. The two combined to go 9-for-14 from 3-point range and scored 19 and 14 points, respectively. The Nets went 12-for-26 from behind the arc — including making their first six of the game.