Jrue Holiday scored a new career high of 32 points, to go with his 13 assists in the victory over the Phoenix Suns. The last Sixer to ever put up those numbers were none other than Allen Iverson in 2006.
Honorable Mention: Tony Parker carved up the Toronto Raptor defense, scoring 32 points, grabbing 6 boards and handing out 5 assists in the double overtime victory over the Toronto Raptors.
Boards: Ed Davis of the Toronto Raptors came off the bench for 14 rebounds (8 Offenisve) and 15 points in only 22 minutes of play.
Dishin': Rajon Rondo tied John Stockton for the second longest double digit assist streak (37) in NBA history with his 16 assists tonight. He also had 15 points in the overtime win over the Orlando Magic.
Historic Block Party: Tim Duncan's rejection of 3 Toronto Raptors shots, gave him, his 2,500th block. The 9th most in NBA history.
Rookie Watch: The Lithuanian Raptor, Jonas Valanciunas showed no signs of fear against Tim Duncan, pouring in 22 points (9 of 13 shooting), 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 blocks in another tough loss.
Time Machine User: Tim Duncan is still alive and ballin', 26 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists, and 3 blocks against the Toronto Raptors.
Phoenix Captured: Luis Scola is a G. (Via: @MikePradaSBN)
Cool Fact Bro: In the win over the Portland Blazers, Deron Williams became the 11th player since 85'-86' to register 15 points, 12 assists and 4 blocks.
Old Man Bloopers: Paul Pierce is old, so his legs doesn't listen to him sometimes.
Manimalism: Kenneth Faried preys on your puny dunk attempts.
Highlight of the Night: Manu Ginobili is the coolest and is probably a lowest of keys street baller back in Argentina.