Sunday, November 18, 2012

The Round Up - November 17th, 2012.

Stats Rundown:

Chris Bosh and his giraffe neck got him 24 points (9 of 11 shooting), 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 2 blocks in the win over the Phoenix Suns.

Board Monsters: Emeka Okafor grabbed 14 rebounds in the loss to the Utah Jazz. This marks the Washington Wizards' eighth straight loss, they remain win less and at the bottom of the NBA.

Dishin': Rajon Rondo can't be stopped, handinh out 20 assists today in the victory over the Toronto Raptors. Not only does this becomes his 33 straight game with double digit assists, he also becomes the fifth player since 1985 to get 20 assists in less than 33 minutes. (Via: @ZackLowe_NBA)

Block Party: Chris Kaman put his hunting skills to work, using his elite hand-eye coordination to swat 6 Cleveland Cavaliers shots in the victory for the Dallas Mavericks.

Rookie Watch: Anthony Davis would not allow Damian Lillard to stay as the front runner for the ROY, so he decided to score 28 points (10 of 14 shooting) and register 11 rebounds in the loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.

Time Machine User: Kevin Garnett gets his first mention, 15 points (6 of 7 shooting), and 5 rebounds in 17 minutes.

Early Christmas: The Boston Celtics people thought it would be funny to bring out Grinch early and give all the young spectators nightmares that would haunt them for eternity. (Via: @nbamusings)

Happy Kevin Garnett: Yes, He exists. And he loves to groove with Gino of American Bandstand.

Old Man Dunk: Paul Pierce's legs didn't could not comprehend his demands, so the Truth had to make do. Using his veteran experience, he banked a dunk, the first ever done in NBA history.

Sad Bulls: The 101 to 80 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers, becomes the first Chicago Bulls 20 point loss since December 1st, 2010. (Via: @KCJHoop)

Scoopity Doo: Shannon Brown doing a 06' Wade impression on the 12' Miami Heat.


FROLO: Guess What? Andrew Bynum just re-injured his knee while bowling, and the 76ers still have to pay him $16.5 million in 2013, ain't that something?

Weak: Yesterday, was not the most entertaining day in the basketball world, tons of blowouts and non-emotional clinching close games.

Highlight of the Night: In case you didn't know, the Los Angles Clippers still like to do alley oops and they are still super fun.

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