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Doing Lines: NBA Has Amazing Night of Action … While No One Is Watching

by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am

Jan 4th 2009 12:57AM by Matt Moore (author feed)
Filed under: 76ers, Bobcats, Bucks, Bulls, Hawks, Heat, Hornets, Kings, Nets, Nuggets, Pacers, Rockets, Spurs, Timberwolves, Eastern, Western, NBA Last NightWhile everyone else was watching Darren Sproles make himself about a bazillion dollars en route to a San Diego win, the NBA had itself one heck of a night.

It started off with Kevin Martin unleashing a 45-point barrage in a losing effort against the Pacers and Danny Granger’s 35, 6, and 4.

Then the universe decided to implode as the Bobcats, yes, the Bobcats, polished off the surprisingly good Bucks by 10. The Bobcats cruised in this one, which was both a model for the ‘Cats’ success and completely bizarre. And not just because the ‘Cats won. It was a perfect setup for this roster because they were led by Gerald Wallace, Emeka Okafor, and Boris Diaw, who continues to be brilliant since his trade to Charlotte. They got 12 points and five assists from D.J. Augustin, and they attacked the Bucks in the paint. It was bizarre because the Bobcats were outshot (50 percent to 47 percent), out-rebounded (35-32), and had only two fewer turnovers. Still, if the ‘Cats are going to get anything going this season, this has to be the model. Did I mention Wallace and Okafor only had nine rebounds between them? Bizarro World.
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