Wednesday, December 26, 2012

NBA Christmas Basketball Round Up.

Stats Rundown

In the 2012 NBA Finals rematch, LeBron James took out his rival with a near triple double. 29 points (12 of 20 shooting), 8 rebounds, 9 assists and 2 steals to flaunt in Kevin Durant's defeated face.

Honorable Mention: To James Harden's ridiculous efficiency. 7 of 13 from the field for a total 34 points (13 FTA), 5 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals and the destruction of the Bulls.

Boards: Omer Asik didn't hold back against his former Chicago teammates. He went for 18 rebounds and 20 points (9 of 13) to show how much of an idiot Gar Forman was.

Rookie Watch: Jared Sullinger was huge off the bench for the Boston Celtics, scoring 17 points (6 of 7) and grabbing 7 rebounds in the win over the Brooklyn Nets.

Time Machine User: Kobe Bryant won't stop shooting, so it is only normal for him to get another 34 points on 24 shots. The Lakers are now on a 5 game winning streak and just cracked the .500 mark.

Tiny Garbage Man: Nate Robinson remains as the greatest garbage time player, he scored all of his 27 points in the second half to bring the Chicago Bulls back from a 30 point deficit to only 18. The 120 points that the Houston Rockets scored on them was the most points allowed in the Tom Thibodeau era. Which means none of the Bulls had a great Christmas.

Swag: Kobe knows how to rock fur with his jacket and turtle neck. The fur is presumably removed from an animal that the Black Mamba killed with his death stare. (Via: @jeskeets)

Scuffles: Gerald Wallace tried to wedgie Kevin Garnett, while Russell Westbrook misses his daily dose of chill pills.

Pacqiao'd: Metta World Peace gives Steve Novak one of his notorious elbows. Where is Chris Tucker when you need him? (Via: @Beast17sa)

Controversy: Foul? Kind of hard to tell, so I am sticking with the ref's decision.


Trade Rumor: This is why you don't trade Pau Gasol, he is too smart not to find a way to be effective.

Shook: Jamal Crawford's go to move never ceases to amaze people.

Blast-Off: Blake Griffin defies every single law of physics.

Duel: LeBron James vs. Kevin Durant is the best basketball.

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