Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by Bucs, Feb 19, 2012.
T Wolves 98
The Pistons opened up the new season at home against the T Wolves. They did an excellent job of forcing a ton of turnovers while protecting the ball themselves. Brandon Knight made a nice rookie Debut with 25 poinst and 10 assists. Both teams shot a ton of 3s and displayed great athleticism, but in the end the turnovers proved to be the difference and the fans may have something to be excited about again in Detroit. GG makinpropel
The Pistons notch another win at home with a nice win over the Bobcats. The Pistons did a good job of attacking the basket and forced Tyrus Thomas (who would eventually foul out at the start of the 4th) into early foul trouble. That really seemed to effect what the Bobcats could do as he was having a very nice game for them. The Piston D played pretty well doing a good job of limiting shot attempts and forcing turnovers as well as sending back 11 shots. Rodney Stuckey had 25 on the day and played very very well. A solid showing all around. GG ZCar352
Mavericks got within 5 late, but could never get over that hump. Wall was player of the game with 30 points and 8 assist. Nowitzki had 20 and 10. Lewis was like 6/6 with 4 3's at one point.
Twolves - 120
Rockets - 94
Minnesota jumped out early and took a big lead in the first half, and the Rockets were forced to take poor shots to try to catch up. They made a run in the third quarter but it wasn't enough, as the Twolves shot 30 free throws. Kevin Love went for 22 and 15, and Rubio went for 21 and 8 assists. GG Papa Perry
Despite a 33 point effort by Dirk Nowtizki they could never overcome a 10 point first quarter deficit.
The Wizards led the whole way, but after taking a 16 point lead early in the 4th, the Grizzlies stormed back on a 16-2 run to cut the lead back down to 2 points. But John Wall would take over the game the rest of the way, scoring 16 in the 4th quarter to lead the Wiz to the win.
John Wall- 36 points, 14 assists
Rashard Lewis- 23 points, 6 rebounds
Nick Young- 22 points, 6 rebounds
JaVale McGee- 12 points, 5 rebounds (5-5 shooting)
The Pistons came into Utah, grabbed the lead early and never gave it up. They lead by as much as 16 at one point and towards the end of the game the Jazz went on a big run to bring it within 1 point but Detroit buckled down and extended the lead back down the stretch. Greg Monroe had maybe the best game of his career with 33 points, 12 rebounds, and 4 assists. The team did an excellent job of staying focused and keeping the Jazz at bay. GG JFace907
John Wall was superlative again, and Rashard Lewis kept up his early season heroics (he is shooting 60% from the field and 55% from 3 through 3 games) as the Wizards put together a statement win against the Heat to push their record to 3-0 and to put the rest of the league on notice that they're for real. Unfortunately for Washington, JaVale McGee sprained his wrist while taking a charge from Norris Cole (yes, its as ridiculous as it sounds) and he will miss a few games recovering from his injury.
John Wall- 30 points, 15 assists
Rashard Lewis- 27 points, 4 rebounds
Nick Young- 17 points, 5 rebounds
JaVale McGee- 10 points, 11 rebounds, 3 blocks
Andray Blatche- 10 points, 9 rebounds, 3 blocks
UGGGGGLYYYY, but we will take it... both team shot terribly from the floor, LaMarcus Alridge was a monster in this game going for 20 points on 10 of 13 shooting... Nicholas Batum single-handedly shot the Blazers out of the game going 4 for 25 from the floor..... Demar DeRozan led the way for the Raptors scoring 25 points on 11 of 30 shooting.... Andrea Bargnani chipped in 19 points and 8 boards.... gg bringbackjimmy
This makes me happy.
Dirk Nowitzki is showing that he is still an MVP caliber player. This time putting up 26 on 13-22 shooting. Marion had 10 and 7 and Roddy B played 21 minutes while dishing out 4 assist.
Batum likes to chuck it for sure. Want to trade me Bargnani?
thats not gonna happen
Haha, he's a stud offensively. I traded for him in my offline and love using him.
yea he is nice..... love him and DeRozan...
Pistons make it 5 in a row with a win over the 76ers. This one was neck and neck headed into halftime but in the 2nd half Detroit pulled away and didnt really look back en route to the 18 point victory. Brandon Knight was POTG with 16 points and 10 Dimes. Ben Gordon really helped push the lead late though with a ton of big shots down the stretch as they repeatedly left him open. He finished with 23 points and 8 rebounds. They had trouble containing Iggy though as he finisehd with 27 but it wasnt enough to force the issue and the win was secured. GG Pagamer07
DAYUM! Pistons gonna make noise!
Just an ugly offensive game for both teams. We shot 31/61 from the field and 1/13 for 3, and BDS was 28/60 from the field and 2/10 from behind the arc. The difference for us was probably Boozer and Rose shooting well. Boozer was 9/9 for 18 points and Rose was 7/12 for 16. We're lucky to catch the Suns twice early on while Brian is still figuring out that offense. They're going to be a tough team once he gets his shit figured out.
OKC - 94
ATL - 89
Sim win for the THunder as Durant puts up 44 points. Westbrook had 7 on 2-12 shooting...lol
OKC - 101
SAS - 77
Absolute beat down of the Spurs in Oklahoma City. A very balanced offense led the charge as 5 players were in double figures scoring. Durant led the way with 18 points. At one point the Thunder led 91-56 in the 4th, but the Spurs went on a run against the OKC backups. Westbrook finished with 17 points and 5 assists. Westbrook didnt play in the 3rd quarter due to foul trouble but the combo of rookie Reggie Jackson and Eric Maynor ran the show on offense in his stead.
Durant - 18 points
Westbrook - 17 points, 5 assists
Ibaka - 10 points, 10 boards, 2 blocks
Harden - 17 points
Sefalosha - 12 points
Just a couple of hours before a major trade would shake up both teams lineups, the Bulls and Pacers faced off in a key divisional battle in Indiana. D Rose was the main facilitator again, dishing out 6 assists and 19 points on 9/21 shooting. Defensively he got lit up by Darren Collison though, who finished with 22 points on 10/17 shooting. The 2nd quarter was where we really pulled away and sealed the game. It just seemed like we couldn't miss, and Noah was a monster on the offensive glass when we did. Good game sonn . Looking forward to seeing how this trade works out for the both of us.
Glad to get games like this out of the way early. After a solid 2-1 start with our other loss being another blowout, we layed an egg at home to drop to .500. We couldn't shoot for shit, only going 40% from the field. The Spurs were in beast mode on the glass, with a 53-32 edge. They also added 7 blocks and 66 points in the damn paint. Glad this one is over.
Ginobli- 25 points, 5 reb, 3 assists, 4 blocks
Igoudala- 15 points, 3 reb
This game was close throughout the first half, with Pheonix taking a slim 2 point lead into halftime. The second half the Sixers would play better and would actually take a couple of 5+ point leads. Unfortunately, the Suns would battle back behind Steve Nash. We just could not stop him, as he was killing us from all over the court. On our end, Igoudala would have a career high game. 40. He was just unstoppable going 16/33 from the field. In OT, the Suns would fade away, and we would squeak out of this one with a 7 point win. Sorry the recap is so lame and late BDSDIGITAL. I forgot how it went down...
Nash- 31 points, 6 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals, 8 turnovers
Igoudala- 40 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 5 steals
Brand- 16 points, 11 rebounds
120 123 (2 OT) Charlotte came into this matchup with out starting point guard Kemba Walker who was sidelined during the Bobcats win against the Wizards with a sprained finger on his shooting hand and would miss this game and 1 more before he could return. The Bobcats jumped out to an early lead and got up by as much as 15 in the second half but 1st overall pick Kyrie Irving along with Ramon Sessions and Antwan Jamison brought the Cavs back and tied it up at 100 with less than :20 left but the Bobcats missed the game winner as time expired to head to the first overtime. In the first overtime Charlotte found themselves down by 3 with :30 seconds to play but a clutch 3 by DJ Augustine over Kyrie tied the game again and once again after a Cavs miss the Bobcats would get the last shot again this time DJ found Bismack Biyombo wide open but just a little bit out of his range as it clanged off the back iron and we headed to the 2nd ot. In the second OT the Bobcats once again found themselves down 3 with :35 ticks left and once again DJ Augustine drained it over Antwan Jamison to tie it at 120. Cleveland's next trip down ended with a blocked shot and the Bobcats got a third chance to win it at the buzzer but DJ watched his shot go half way down and bounce out and the Cavs called a quick timeout with 1.2 left. On the inbounds Kyrie Irving caught it near the sideline about halfway between half and the three line and chucked up a prayer that got nothing but net to end the game and give the Cavs the 123-120 victory. DJ Augustine 24 Pts 12 Ast 9 RebTyrus Thomas 28 Pts 12 Reb 4 BlkBismack Biyombo 14 Pts 7 Reb 6 Ast 4 Blk Kyrie Irving 23 Pts 10 Ast 6 StlRamon Sessions 22 PtsAntwan Jamison 21 Pts 7 Reb 7 Ast 5 Stl
Absolutely no chance. Yeah we led by as much as 4 until midway through the second quarter, but we knew we had no chance in this one. All the Heat had to do was goto the lane, spin, pump fake, spin, get bumped and it would still go in. Nothing we could do in this one. James was retarted going 12/19. Once again, we got killed on the boards and the hopes that the roster update would make Hawes better have been squashed our last two games. We were outrebounded 42-32. Gave up 54-34 points in the paint and allowed 22 fast break points. Fuck you CPU
James 25 points, 5 boards, 3 assists, 1 steal
Bosh 18 points, 10 boards, 3 assists, 1 block
AI 29 points, 4 boards, 3 assists, 2 steals 1 block
Young 8 points, 10 boards, 2 assists
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