Best and Worst of the Boxscores (10-31)

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

Let’s begin with the WORST-

  • Austin Daye, first round draft choice of Detroit, DNP-CD.
  • Carlos Delfino started and shot 2-7 ( also 2 blocks against) from the field in 19 minutes of action (Why isn’t Mbah a Moute starting?)
  • Raymond Felton committed 8 turnovers (3 assists) in 24 minutes.  Larry Brown was seen convulsing violently after the game.
  • Clippers are out of the gate quickly with a perfect 0-4 record.  I picked them 7th in West.
  • David Lee recorded a -38 in just 23 minutes of action, ouch.
  • Al Thornton continues to struggle, was 2-8 in 24 minutes.
  • Kevin Martin failed to record a single rebound or assist in 33 minutes. A sign of an apocalypse is that he actually shot better than 50% for the game.

 

BEST

  • Darko Milicic was +5 in 13 minutes for the Knicks.  Only Al Harrington had a better mark (+7).
  • Andre Iguodala and Louis Williams both almost had triple-doubles.
  • Marreese Speights had his second 20 point game already this season, scoring 20 against the Knicks.
  • Chris Kaman continues to put up good numbers, 27 and 11 in a loss to Dallas.

Via Ball Don’t Lie

  • Andray Blatche scored 30 on Saturday. 15-18 from the field.  Through 3 games he’s averaging 21ppg.  Blatche is only 23, and it seems like he’s been in the league for the last 8 years.
  • OH! DID I MENTION THAT THE MILWAUKEE BUCKS… THE BUCKS… BEAT DETROIT BY ELEVEN WHILE GETTING JUST 9 POINTS FROM REDD AND 6 FROM BOGUT.  Brandon Jennings scored 24 and Hakim Warrick scored 21.
  • DeJuan Blair grabbed 10 rebounds in 26 minutes of action.
  • George Hill (Summit League product) swatted 2 shots and scored 18 in 21 minutes.
  • Brandon Roy in a losing effort scored 42 (12-20 fg).
  • Trevor Ariza and Aaron Brooks combined for 21-33 from the floor in their win over the Blazers.
Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

comments powered by Disqus