The Pacers and the Raptors had a competition to see who would play $#!TT!ER last night, and the Pacers came out on top, which means of course they lost, but both teams shot less than 37% from the field (I would have asked for my money back if I’d paid to see this game. It reminded me of the woeful game one between Detroit and Toronto in 2002 when Toronto shot under 30% from the floor :face palm: Though Calderon did play like a champ and came away with a triple-double! NY continued it’s unbeated streak to start the season 5-0 (I guesing firing ‘Antoni was a great idea), by beat Orlando. Melo dropped in a game high 25 points, and Orlando rookie Andrew Nicholson score 11 points in 9 minutes on 4-7 shooting. The Bobcats brought their record up to an even .500 by beating the Wizards. BK improved their record t0 4-2 after beating the Cavs. Anderson-V grabbed a game high 18 rebounds and lead all scorers with 35. Irving was right behind him with 34 points, but the Nets saw three starters score over 20, one of whom was Boork Lopez who also got an evening high 4 blocks! All of a sudden he can play defesne? Damian “Sparkles” Lillard continued to sparkle like Edward Cullen as he posted game highs for points (22) and assists (9), leading the Trailblazers past the Kings (Hickson got another double-double, perhaps I gave up on this guy too soon). The Kings bench outscored the starters 46-40. I think they might need to rework their rotation. And finally the Spurs pulled out a win over the Lakers in a close game, though Kobe beats out Duncan for geriatric of the night in my book. Being a Raps fan, and knowing I don’t usually have much to be excited about as such, I’d like to give Calderon the line-of-the-night, but Anderson-V’s 35 points and 18 rebounds is massive, so I’m gonna go with Anderson-V tonight.
Who you got for line of the night?