The Nets aren’t ready to go home for the summer just yet. After trailing 3-1 in their best-of-seven series against the Bulls, the Nets left United Center with a 95-92 victory over Chicago in front of a sellout crowd of 21,810, sending the series back to Barclays Center for Game 7 tomorrow night. “That was the only thing on our minds today, having a Game 7 going back to Brooklyn,” said Andray Blatche, who scored the Nets’ final five points to seal the win. “We got the job done, and now we have to go home and finish it off.” The Nets did get the job done, but it wasn’t easy. Despite playing without starters Kirk Hinrich (bruised left calf) and Luol Deng (illness) and with both Nate Robinson and Taj Gibson under the weather and Joakim Noah battling plantar fasciitis, the Bulls gave the Nets all they could handle. But unlike the final moments of Game 4, when the Nets seemingly did everything they possibly could to give away a 14-point lead with three minutes to go in regulation and eventually lose in triple-overtime, they managed to do just enough to get themselves a win and ensure they would get at least one more game on their home floor this season. “I’m not trying to sound conceited or arrogant, but deep down inside, I knew we were going back,” said Reggie Evans, who had two points and 15 rebounds in 29:21. “We’re just not ready to go home [for the summer].”