Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: Former Cat’s in the NBA: 4/23 Edition

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April 20, 2012; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings power forward DeMarcus Cousins (15) dunks the ball against the Oklahoma City Thunder during the third quarter at Power Balance Pavilion. The Thunder defeated the Kings 103-92. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE

 

DeMarcus Cousins-Kings Center

Cousins continued his remarkable play to finish out the most successful stretch of basketball in his 2-year NBA career, as he finished with 29 points on 11/21 shooting and snagged 10 rebounds, and his Kings would prevail over the Bobcats, 114-98. He’s also a candidate to win the NBA’s Most Improved Player Award, as his scoring and rebounding has rose from 14 & 8 to 19 & 11 this season.

 

Chuck Hayes-Kings Power Forward

Hayes scored 2 points and pull down 2 rebounds and dish out 2 assists in the Kings’ win over the Bobcats.

 

Daniel Orton-Orlando Magic Center

Orton continues to play significant minutes for the Magic, and he tallied 20 minutes and scored 2 points and pulled down 5 rebounds in the Magic’s 101-74 loss to the Nuggets.

 

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  • brooks214

    Brooks214

  • brooks214

    Haven’t you forgotten a few? Nazi Mohammad, Jodie Meeks, Keith Bogans (who had season ending surgery after signing a contract with NJ) come to mind….may be more.

  • WildcatBlueNatn

    Nazr Muhammed and Jodie Meeks did not play yesterday.  This column covers the players whose teams played the previous night.