Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Round Up - November 20th, 2012.

Stats Rundown:

Carmelo Anthony scored 29 points, grabbed 6 boards and dished out 4 dimes in 28 minutes for the New York Knicks and it was more than enough to beat the young New Orleans Hornets.

Board Monster: Dwight Howard swatted away 4 shots to go with his 23 points (8 of 11 shooting), 15 rebounds, and 3 assists in the win over the Brooklyn Nets.

Dishin': Jose Calderon and Jrue Holiday got doubles doubles against each other, getting 12 assists for their respective teams.

Thief: Gerald Wallace stole the ball away from the Lakers 5 times. This achievement made him the 4th Nets player since 86' to get 5 steals and 3 blocks in a game. Lame fact (Via: @Nets_PR)

Rookie Watch: Jonas Valaciunas is pretty good, 11 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks in 25 minutes for the Raptors.

Time Machine User: Which is from now on AKA Kobe Bryant watch. The Mamba finished with 25 points (8 of 15 shooting), 5 assists, and pairs of clutch free throws to seal the victory.

Defense: Andray Blatche is not very good at it, but he found a creative way to bother the shooter. (Via: @talkhoops)

An Actual Block Party: Dwight Howard sends the shot of the man he was suppose to play with into the first row and dances to celebrate.

Disrespect: Metta World Peace knocks down a three and rubs the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets, Avery Johnson's head on the way back to defense. If you did that to Chris Paul, MWP would have been left with two broken arms. (Via: @cjzero)

Skates: Deron Williams just toying with Darius Morris. (Via: @cjzero)

Unstoppable: Carmelo Anthony scored 19 points in the first quarter against the New Orleans Hornets. His teammates only combined for 10.

Fatty orders in threes: Raymond Felton scored 15 points, all of which were in form of threes. He went 5 of 6 from behind the arc.

Head Band: Jason Kidd head band watch is way more entertaining than Dwight Howard's.(Via:@jose3030)

FROLO: Still lookin' good. (Via: @Shirka17)

Highlight of the Night: Just Nick Young hitting a ridiculously difficult shot. We all know he would still take the exact same shot regardless of the shot clock situation. Not a bad day for the gunner, as he scored 32 points on the Toronto Raptors.

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