The Nets got big production from their bigs off the bench Thursday night.

In their 95-92 victory over the Bulls in Game 6 of their best-of-seven first-round series, the Nets received a combined 16 points and 11 rebounds from Andray Blatche and Kris Humphries, giving them crucial minutes when starters Brook Lopez and Reggie Evans were on the bench.

Blatche, in particular, was important, scoring the final five points of the game for the Nets, including a pair of free throws with 19.2 seconds left that put them up by three.

“I thought he was really big in a lot of ways,” interim coach P.J. Carlesimo said of Blatche, who had 10 points and seven rebounds in 18:35 while dealing with a right calf strain. “I put him in there [in the fourth] and he stepped up and hit some big free throws. He also made good decisions when he got the ball.”

Blatche said he will be ready for Game 7.

“It’s OK,” Blatche said. “I iced it down, so I’ll go back and get some treatment tomorrow.”

Humphries, who finished with six points and four rebounds in 10:43, also gave the Nets some valuable minutes, particularly when filling in for Lopez.

“He was great as well tonight,” Deron Williams said. “A lot of energy, running the floor, and he was just active out there.”