Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The Round Up - January 1st, 2013.

Stats Rundown

He might take a questionable amount of unadvised 3 pointers, but Josh Smith does a lot of other things right. J-Smooth had 23 points (11 of 20 shooting), 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals and 4 blocks in the victory over the New Orleans Hornets. To add to his amazing line, he also grabbed his 5000th rebound last night, get him to the All Star game people.

Honorable Mention: To Carmelo Anthony's 45 points on only 24 attempts, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. Even though the Knicks lost, Melo couldn't miss shot in the game. Just watch.

Dishin': Jrue Holiday is putting on a solid All Star campaign, 26 points (10 of 19), and 10 assists. Despite the horrible start he got off to, he is now averaging 19 and 9, showing everyone that he is one of the best guards in the East.

Back court Vibes: Holiday's partner in Philadelphia didn't do too bad himself, Evan Turner got 22 points, 13 rebounds, and 5 assists to carve up the imaginary Lakers defense.

Rookie Watch: Bradley Beal is finally showing off his shooting stroke, the kid went for 22 points (7 of 16), 4 rebounds and 2 assists in another Wizards loss, because they are the Wizards.

Damian Lillard might not have gotten the honor, but he did do this to the New York Knicks.

Time Machine User: Kobe Bryant is going to kill someone if the Lakers continue to struggle. His 36 points (14 of 29), and 6 rebounds was a waste of effort and it will continue to be, unless someone, everyone is playing defense.

Clyde Suit: Mean and Green. (Via: @jose3030)
WTF: The Madison Square Garden held a baby race during the halftime. Not exactly sure how to feel about this. (Via: @blazermb)
It's Over: The Los Angeles Clippers' 17 game winning streak has come to an end at the Pepsi Center in Denver.


Vinsanity: Vince Carter still got some bounce in his old, old, brittle legs.

What's luck got to do with it: Jodie Meeks is livin' on a prayer.

Feed the Beast: I know we all want some of whatever Javale McGee is cooking. This his first made 3 in the NBA, and we can expect more because the Andrew Bynum itch is strong.

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