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The Charlotte Bobcats' Gerald Wallace and the Phoenix Suns' Steve Nash earned Player of the Week honors in the East and West, respectively, for games played through Nov. 27. Wallace averaged 22.3 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3.3 blocks and 2.3 steals as the Bobcats went 2-1. Wallace recorded a career-high five blocks in Charlotte's 100-82 victory over Washington Saturday. Nash averaged a league-high 9.7 assists and a team-high 21.7 points as the Suns went 3-0. Nash converted 26-of-49 shots (.531) for the week.

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thats nice for him
 

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KoBe & BeN GoRdOn! said:
thats nice for him
yeah, that's nice...while it lasted. G.Wallace had 14 rebounds in one game - 5 games ago. In the last 4 games he totally had 14 rebounds. He had a 9.75 scoring avg. too!!! Gee wow. He's now DUD of the week. He's really overrated & he'll come off of the bench for Charlotte next season...when the Bobcats will have drafted and/or signed a better player. G. Wallace is a nice 6th to 8th guy on 75% of NBA teams though.

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