Wednesday, December 19, 2007

NBA Wednesday Observations

  • Rudy Gay is turning into a big time scorer for the Grizzlies. His 3-pointer over Tim Duncan tonight won the game for Memphis.
  • The Sacramento Kings just won back to back road games after defeating Milwaukee tonight and New Jersey last night. Give a lot of credit to the Kings for playing well even after losing Kevin Martin to injury for a few months.
  • In the battle of the two best centers in the NBA, Dwight Howard had 21 points and 11 boards while Yao had 19 points and 17 rebounds.
  • Al Jefferson continues to get his double doubles but the Timberwolves keep losing.
  • What is wrong with the Jazz? They are only 14-13 after their loss to the Bobcats tonight. Jerry Sloan can't be happy.
  • The Pistons showed Boston who the Beast in the East still is by beating them tonight.
  • Brandon Roy and the Trailblazers win again. 9 in a row
  • The Bulls are playing better while the Heat continue to struggle.
  • The Knicks beat the Cavs tonight at MSG. The "Fire Isiah" chants will stop for one night.

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