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12 game night...:eek8:

:eek8: - players that performed well above expectations
:clap: - exceptional performance, but not a monster night
:nonono: - players that performed below expectations

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Jermaine O'Neal - 41 MINs, 9/17 FGs, 11/12 FTs, 18 REBs, 3 ASTs, 3 STLs, 1 BLK, 29 PTs
Jamaal Tinsley - 34 MINs, 5/8 FGs, 2/6 FTs, 5 REBs, 11 ASTs, 3 STLs, 1 BLK, 12 PTs
Paul Pierce - 41 MINs, 7/16 FGs, 2/4 3PTs, 10/12 FTs, 11 REBs, 5 ASTs, 2 STLs, 1 BLK, 26 PTs
Ricky Davis - 43 MINs, 10/14 FGs, 6/6 FTs, 5 REBs, 7 ASTs, 1 STL, 26 PTs
Dwyane Wade - 43 MINs, 12/27 FGs, 8/9 FTs, 9 REBs, 10 ASTs, 3 STLs, 1 BLK, 32 PTs
Antoine Walker - 30 MINs, 11/13 FGs, 3/5 3PTs, 1/2 FTs, 7 REBs, 2 ASTs, 2 STLs, 26 PTs
Salim Stoudamire - 29 MINs, 11/15 FGs, 4/7 3PTs, 4/5 FTs, 4 REBs, 1 AST, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 30 PTs
Chris Andersen - 29 MINs, 3/9 FGs, 4/6 FTs, 18 REBs, 10 PTs
Chris Paul - 42 MINs, 9/19 FGs, 6/8 FTs, 7 REBs, 12 ASTs, 5 STLs, 25 PTs
Channing Frye - 29 MINs, 8/17 FGs, 6/7 FTs, 8 REBs, 1 AST, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 22 PTs
Mehmet Okur - 37 MINs, 2/3 3PTs, 7/10 FTs, 9 REBs, 2 ASTs, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 29 PTs
Eddie House - 30 MINs, 11/16 FGs, 7/11 3PTs, 2/4 FTs, 4 REBs, 4 ASTs, 2 STLs, 31 PTs
Elton Brand - 43 MINs, 8/18 FGs, 7/10 FTs, 14 REBs, 3 ASTs, 1 STL, 5 BLKs, 23 PTs
Ray Allen - 42 MINs, 9/19 FGs, 4/8 3PTs, 5/5 FTs, 8 REBs, 5 ASTs, 2 STLs, 27 PTs

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Dwight Howard - 34 MINs, 5/11 FGs, 15 REBs, 1 AST, 1 STL, 3 BLKs, 10 PTs
Drew Gooden - 26 MINs, 7/12 FGs, 1/4 FTs, 10 REBs, 1 BLK, 15 PTs
Zydrunas Ilgauskas - 29 MINs, 9/14 FGs, 4/7 FTs, 11 REBs, 3 ASTs, 2 STLs, 22 PTs
Austin Croshere - 31 MINs, 3/8 FGs, 1/2 3PTs, 8/8 FTs, 11 REBs, 15 PTs
Sarunas Jasikevicius - 14 MINs, 15 MINs, 2/5 FGs, 10/10 FTs, 1 AST, 1 STL, 14 PTs
Chris Bosh - 41 MINs, 8/15 FGs, 8/11 FTs, 14 REBs, 3 ASTs, 1 BLK, 24 PTs
Charlie Villanueva - 28 MINs, 7/17 FGs, 3/5 3PTs, 1/2 FTs, 6 REBs, 4 STLs, 1 BLK, 18 PTs
Chris Webber - 44 MINs, 9/19 FGs, 1/1 3PTs, 2/3 FTs, 10 REBs, 2 ASTs, 1 STL, 3 BLKs, 21 PTs
Allen Iverson - 48 MINs, 11/21 FGs, 1/3 3PTs, 10/14 FTs, 5 REBs, 5 ASTs, 1 STL, 33 PTs
Andre Iguodala - 35 MINs, 3/9 FGs, 1/3 3PTs, 4/7 FTs, 10 REBs, 11 PTs
James Posey - 46 MINs, 4/7 FGs, 4/6 3PTs, 7 REBs, 4 ASTs, 1 STL, 2 BLKs, 12 PTs
Zaza Pachulia - 38 MINs, 4/8 FGs, 2/3 FTs, 14 REBs, 1 AST, 2 BLKs, 10 PTs
Josh Smith - 33 MINs, 4/11 FGs, 3/4 FTs, 4 REBs, 3 ASTs, 4 STLs, 3 BLKs, 11 PTs
Carmelo Anthony - 36 MINs, 8/15 FGs, 9/12 FTs, 5 REBs, 3 ASTs, 2 STLs, 25 PTs
Marcus Camby - 34 MINs, 8/13 FGs, 4/5 FTs, 13 REBs, 2 ASTs, 2 STLs, 2 BLKs, 20 PTs
Andre Miller - 37 MINs, 5/14 FGs, 2/4 FTs, 7 REBs, 10 ASTs, 3 STLs, 1 BLK, 12 PTs
Deron Williams - 39 MINs, 7/18 FGs, 2/2 3PTs, 5/5 FTs, 5 REBs, 3 ASTs, 2 STLs, 21 PTs
Kris Humphries - 27 MINs, 7/12 FGs, 2/4 FTs, 10 REBs, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 16 PTs
Jason Richardson - 42 MINs, 10/21 FGs, 4/8 3PTs, 4/7 FTs, 7 REBs, 2 ASTs, 3 STLs, 28 PTs
Baron Davis - 40 MINs, 6/17 FGs, 2/5 3PTs, 2/2 FTs, 6 REBs, 11 ASTs, 3 STLs, 16 PTs
Joe Smith - 28 MINs, 8/13 FGs, 5/6 FTs, 7 REBs, 21 PTs
Jamaal Magloire - 30 MINs, 3/10 FGs, 4/5 FTs, 14 REBs, 1 BLK, 10 PTs
Shareef Abdur-Rahim - 35 MINs, 6/9 FGs, 4/5 FTs, 7 REBs, 6 ASTs, 4 STLs, 3 BLKs, 16 PTs
Brad Miller - 35 MINs, 1/2 3PTs, 3/4 FTs, 8 REBs, 8 ASTs, 2 STLs, 3 BLKs, 16 PTs
Rashard Lewis - 41 MINs, 3/8 3PTs, 2/5 FTs, 6 REBs, 2 ASTs, 1 BLK, 27 PTs
David Wesley - 37 MINs, 5/8 FGs, 2/2 3PTs, 2/4 FTs, 9 REBs, 6 ASTs, 14 PTs
Chris Kaman - 36 MINs, 3/6 FGs, 4/4 FTs, 11 REBs, 2 ASTs, 4 BLKs, 10 PTs
Lamard Odom - 44 MINs, 8/15 FGs, 2/7 FTs, 6 REBs, 5 ASTs, 2 STLs, 18 PTs
Kobe Bryant - 43 MINs, 12/35 FGs, 1/6 3PTs, 11/12 FTs, 4 REBs, 5 ASTs, 36 PTs

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Hedo Turkoglu - 23 MINs, 2/5 FGs, 1/3 3PTs, 3 REBs, 2 ASTs, 5 PTs
Donyell Marshall - 23 MINs, 1/5 FGs, 1/4 3PTs, 9 REBs, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 8 PTs
Keith Bogans - 20 MINs, 0/3 FGs, 0/2 3PTs, 1/1 FTs, 1 REB, 1 STL, 3 PTs
Fred Jones - 20 MINs, 0/4 FGs, 0/3 3PTs, 2/2 FTs, 1 REB, 2 PTs
Raef LaFrentz - 31 MINs, 2/8 FGs, 2/5 3PTs, 2/2 FTs, 4 REBs, 1 AST, 1 BLK, 8 PTs
Al Jefferson - 9 MINs, 1/4 FGs, 2/4 FTs, 4 REBs, 3 PFs, 4 PTs
Lee Nailon - 9 MINs, 0/1 FGs, 1 REB, 1 AST, 2 BLKs, 0 PTs
Marvin Williams - 20 MINs, 0/4 FGs, 5 REBs, 1 AST, 0 PTs
David West - 27 MINs, 3/5 FGs, 3/4 FTs, 2 REBs, 1 AST, 9 PTs
Rasual Butler - 25 MINs, 2/12 FGs, 2 REBs, 1 AST, 5 PTs
Stephon Marbury - 30 MINs, 4/11 FGs, 0/1 3PTs, 1/1 FTs, 3 REBs, 9 ASTs, 1 STL, 9 PTs
Shawn Marion - 35 MINs, 4/14 FGs, 0/3 3PTs, 2/2 FTs, 7 REBs, 3 ASTs, 2 STLs, 2 BLKs, 10 PTs
Kurt Thomas - 19 MINs, 1/5 FGs, 5 REBs, 1 AST, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 4 PFs, 2 PTs
Juwan Howard - 22 MINs, 2/6 FGs, 4/5 FTs, 6 REBs, 1 BLK, 5 PTs
Tracy McGrady - 32 MINs, 3/16 FGs, 0/2 3PTs, 13 REBs, 4 ASTs, 1 STL, 4 PTs
Derek Anderson - 26 MINs, 0/7 FGs, 0/1 3PTs, 4/4 FTs, 1 REB, 1 AST, 2 STLs, 4 PTs
Joel Pryzbilla - 15 MINs, 0/0 FGs, 3 REBs, 1 BLK, 4 PFs
Bobby Simmons - 28 MINs, 2/12 FGs, 0/3 3PTs, 3 REBs, 2 ASTs, 1 STL, 4 PTs
Maurice Williams - 24 MINs, 4/12 FGs, 1/4 3PTs, 2 REBs, 1 AST, 1 STL, 9 PTs
Kirk Hinrich - 35 MINs, 5/15 FGs, 1/4 3PTs, 0/2 FTs, 2 REBs, 4 ASTs, 5 PFs, 11 PTs
Los Angeles Clippers - Bench Points: 6
Kwame Brown - 26 MINs, 0/2 FGs, 2/2 FTs, 8 REBs, 3 ASTs, 1 STL, 1 BLK, 2 PTs

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-Another home game for the Cavs, another blowout going in their favour. Seems like the team is having fun with the talent they now have, and the chemistry seems to have boosted up much more in comparison to the second half of their last season. Speaking of talent, Lebron didn't even need to do much for this win.

-Jasikevicius, who was benched for the entire first half, showed the coaching staff why he doesn't deserve to be benched by scoring 14 second half points. Pacers win over the Bobcats, so no surprise there. Something to really take note for, was how the Pacers crowd kept booing May everytime he touched the ball, due to May choosing the Tar Heels over the Hoosiers despite his father being a Hoosier alumni himself.

-How badly did Philly want to continue their 6 game streak? They were forced to play Iverson the whole 48 minutes just to keep things close. Despite that, Wade still outplayed The Answer with a win and being one rebound short of a triple double. Iverson still may have scored more points but Philly just had no answer (pun intended) for Wade as he kept attacking the rim with little resistance. Oh yeah, I guess it also didn't help having Walker hit his first 9 shots. By the way, Dwyane Wade...MVP...

-In a league where size matters, the little guys stole the show. Salim Stoudamire scored 24 of his 31 points in the fourth quarter, bringing the Hawks close to their 1st victory of the season, only to fall short thanks to Paul's 25 point performance. Still though, I know us Raptor fans want to get a win before the Hawks do, but I couldn't help myself cheering for the little guy.

-Denver wins :sour:

-Speaking of the little guys, Eddie House scores 31 points in 30 minutes, which was really needed in order to pull a win against an AK-less Jazz team. Even without Amare the whole year, I'll go on record saying that the Suns are still a playoff team.

-McGrady, who had said he re-aggravated his back after the game, has been shooting 30% since his first game back. Yeah, they definitely rushed him back too early. Meanwhile Swift continues to outplay Howard off the bench. I don't think I've ever used the word "back" so many times in one paragraph.

-Golden State wins over Portland...too tired to think of anything for this one...except I hate to give Baron Davis any credit while he's shooting 33% for the season.

-Sacramento, with an impressive Milwaukee team (thus far), showed flashes of their former selves. It's been a while since all of their starters have played at least adequately well and their bench contributing somewhat on a positive level. Maurice Williams, who was red-hot shootting over 60% in his first 5 games, has been shooting less than 35% on his last 3 games. I knew it was all luck ;)

-Allen being booed by the home crowd in the first half after making 2 of first 10 shots quickly recovered in the second half knocking down 7 of his next 9 shots. Didn't think the crowd would start boong on their team's poor performance this early in the season. Heck, I don't even remember the crowd booing the Raptors this season...yet...though I know I'm wrong.

-The Clip Show are one step ahead of proving they're the better Los Angeles team. And after hearing some ?'s about Hoffa's NBA career after his rookie contract, Kwame Brown must be thanking his lucky stars that Kupchak handed him his long-term investment money.
 

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I Still Keep Tellin Ma Cousins That Salim Stoudamire Is Gon Be A Superstar In This League..
...And He Proved It, Last Night.
 

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Poor Marbury, so much talent yet he's never a winner. Now he is in one of the worst situations possible for him, I think Raps should somehow swing a deal with Rose going for Marbury. Now theres an idea; Bosh and Starbury :eek8:
 
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