Jan 22nd NBA Studs and Duds


With 10 games on the slate, there were plenty of good and bad in the NBA tonight.

Jeff Green-Stud. 39 points and 9 rebounds in a winning effort against the Washington Wizards in overtime. Oh and with no Rondo!

John Wall-Stud. Though the Wiz fell to the Boston Celtics, Wall was able to finish with a triple double. 28 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists. FG% could have been much better, but a triple double is a triple double.

Phil Pressy-Stud. With Rondo and Avery Bradley out, Pressy did a great job of running the Celtics. Though he only had 4 assists, he was able to finish with 20 points on 7-10 shooting.

Dallas Mavericks-Dud. Blowing another big lead. This time blowing a 21 point lead to the Toronto Raptors.

DeMar DeRozan-Stud. DeRozan with his best Durant impersonation, 40 points on 15-22 shooting.

DeAndre Jordan-Stud. Though the Clippers fell to the Charlotte Bobcats and big-Al had a great game, you can never overlook 20 rebounds.

Luol Deng-Dud. Deng didn’t exactly make the Chicago Bulls pay for trading him. Finished with 11 points on 2-11 shooting in a losing effort.

Chicago Bulls-Studs. Noah 18 rebounds, Augustin with 27 pts and 7 assists, Mike Dunleavy Jr with 22 points and Taj Gibson with 26 points.

Arron Affalo-Dud. Managed just 9 shot attempts and 6 points in a 3 point loss against the Atlanta Hawks.

Evan Turner-Stud. 34 points and 11 rebounds in a win against the New York Knicks.

Kings Injuries-Dud. DeMarcus Cousins and Rudy Gay getting hurt.

Detroit Pistons-Duds. You can’t lose to the Milwaukee Bucks!

Indiana Pacers Defense-Duds. Gave up 124 points to the Phoenix Suns who were without Bledsoe.

Tony Parker-Stud. 37 points in the loss

Reggie Jackson-Stud. 27 points and 8 assists against the San Antonio Spurs.

Kevin Durant-Stud. 36 points in the win. Did have 11 turnovers though.

Caron Butler-Stud. Vet still showing he has some life. 30 points against the Pistons.




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