Rajon Rondo (G)- Boston Celtics (35-25)
Boston Celtics’ starting guard Rajon Rondo continued his streak of consecutive games with 10+ assists, progressing to 21 games in a row. Last night, Rondo finished with 4 points, 15 assists, and 4 rebounds. The Celtics beat the New Jersey Nets, 94-82.
John Wall (G)- Washington Wizards (14-46)
For the Washington Wizards, not much has gone well this season and the lone bright spot continues to be the play of starting guard, John Wall. Last night, Wall scored 19 points, dished out 9 assists, and pulled down 2 rebounds. Wall’s efforts were not enough as the Wizards fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers by the score of 98-89.
Eric Bledsoe (G)- Los Angeles Clippers (37-23)
Former Cat Eric Bledsoe continues to make the most out of the little playing time he receives for the Los Angeles Clippers. In last night’s game, Bledsoe played 14 minutes, scored 5 points, had 2 assists, 2 rebounds, and blocked 2 shots. The Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors, 112-104.
Nazr Mohammed (C)- Oklahoma City Thunder (44-16)
Though Nazr Mohammed may be getting up there in age, he still provides valuable minutes off the bench for the Oklahoma City Thunder. Last night, Mohammed played 9 minutes, scored 2 points, grabbed 4 rebounds, and blocked 2 shots. The Thunder got the win over the Minnesota Timberwolves by the score of 115-110.
Enes Kanter(F)- Utah Jazz (31-30)
In Enes Kanter’s rookie season, he has been having to wait his turn for playing time due to the talented big men for the Utah Jazz. Kanter finished with 2 points and 2 blocks last night for the Jazz. The Jazz lost to the Memphis Grizzlies, 103-98.