Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The Round Up - November 5th, 2012.

Stats Rundown:

OJ Mayo dropped 32 points points in the blowout win over the Portland Blazers. LeBron gets a honorable mention for 23 points and 11 rebounds in the destruction of the Phoenix Suns.

Board Monster: Zach Randolph used his bear paws to grab 18 rebounds in their victory over the Utah Jazz.

Thief: Eric Bledsoe stole 4 basketballs and missed a dunk today, crimes do get punished.

Butter Fingers: Blake Griffin didn't bring his gps and so he lost the basketball 5 times in the loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Rookie Watch: Dion Waiters lit up the Clippers with a 28 point performance that included 7 threes, which he shot at a blazing 64% tonight.

Best Hair: The Sixers have the coolest hair cuts ............... in the 70's. First we had Andrew Bynum's fro and now we get a Spencer Hawes mullet. The mustaches compliments it perfectly. Via @jeskeets

Block Party: DeAndre Jordan got rid of 5 basketballs flying through the air.

Don't call it a comeback: The Minnesota Timberwolves erased a 22 point Brooklyn Nets lead for the victory on the road. With out Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio, the Wolves outscored the Nets 32 to 10 in the 4th quarter in the knock out.
Andray Blatches had a rough day, first he ran out of gas in the middle of the road, then he got to the game to only blow a 22 point lead.

Trick tricks: Chris Paul will get by and through you.

Deja Vu: Kyrie Irving did the same thing, but to 4 All Stars who all now have chronic ankle problems.

You got JAMMED: Only Blake Griffin gets to punish rims.

History: Ray Allen scored his 23,000th point today, becoming the 24th player in NBA history to get do so (Via @ByTimReynolds)

My Bad: Nick Young decided that shooting the ball instead of passing it to the open teammate is the best way to save it from going out of bounds.

SHEEEEEEDDDDD: I am just choked up to see him back.


The End of the World: Banners from the King's Sleep Train Arena fell down.

Highlight of the Night: J.R. Smith didn't really deserve this play, he let Prigioni to go on a one man fast break and decided to follow way later than you are suppose to. What were you expecting, Pablo doing a 360 dunk right through both Sixers? And to even celebrate it, how dare you man.

Source: @cjzero for all the GIFs

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