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November 05, 2012; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins (15) dunks the ball against the Golden State Warriors during the first quarter at Sleep Train Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-US PRESSWIRE

Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NBA

Yet another slow day for former Wildcats in the NBA, which is tough since there are 21 there now. But last night we had a couple going on.

Sacramento Kings-94 Golden State Warriors-92

>DeMarcus Cousins, Center, Sacramento

Boogie is clearly the best player on the Kings and put down an epic display last night, going for 23 and 15 in the win. We saw flashes of what he could do at UK when he was serious and now, apparently, he plays like that every night. Still a little immature but man can he ball.

Miami Heat-124 Phoenix Suns-99

>Josh Harrelson, Center, Miami

Unfortunately, despite the huge discrepancy in score, Harrelson did not log any game action.

Minnesota Timberwolves-107 New Jersey Nets-96

>Keith Bogans, Guard, New Jersey

Bogans, widely known for his defensive prowess, had a solid offensive game last night as well, going for 9 points, 1 Reb and 1 Ast. Though it wasn’t enough as New Jersey fell.

Cleveland Cavaliers-108 LA Clippers-101

>Eric Bledsoe, Guard, LA

Eric Bledsoe has been tabbed by some as the break out POY in the NBA and his 11-5-5 line last night is precisely why. He is a streaky scorer but is fearless and Del Negro loves that about our former UK guard. All for naught, though, as the Clippers fell.

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