It was a slow day for former Kentucky Wildcats and for the rest of the NBA as well. Only five former Cats suited up last night, with four of the five seeing time on the floor. Enes Kanter, Jodie Meeks, Eric Bledsoe, Doron Lamb and Keith Bogans all took part in last night’s action. Let’s take a look at how each of these players did individually in last night’s games.
Utah Jazz 117 – Los Angeles Lakers 110
- Enes Kanter, Center, Utah
- Jodie Meeks, Guard, Los Angeles
Two of the five former Cats in the NBA went head to head in last night’s Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Lakers game. For the Jazz, Enes Kanter finished with 14 points and 6 rebounds, in 18 minutes of play. For the Lakers, Jodie Meeks came off the bench to play 30 minutes, scoring 16 points, dishing out 2 assists and pulling down 2 rebounds. Kanter and the Jazz got the better of Meeks and the Lakers as Utah wins by the score of 117 to 110.
Los Angeles 102 – Toronto Raptors 83
- Eric Bledsoe, Guard, Los Angeles
Former Cat Eric Bledsoe is becoming one of the best bench players the Los Angeles Clippers put on the floor. Last night, Bledsoe finished with 14 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds, 2 steals and 2 blocks, in jus 20 minutes of play. The Clippers knocked off the Toronto Raptors, 102 to 83.
Milwaukee Bucks 97 – Brooklyn Nets 88
- Doron Lamb, Guard, Milwaukee
- Keith Bogans, Guard, Brooklyn
The final two Cats playing in the NBA last night went head to head in the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Brooklyn Nets game. For the Bucks, Doron Lamb scored 6 points, pulled down a rebound and had 2 assists as well. For the Nets, Keith Bogans did not see the floor. Bogans has gone from starter at the beginning of the year, to last man on the bench now. The Bucks got the win over the Nets by the score of 97 to 88.