Busy night for our beloved Cats but when you set the standard in college, it translates easily into the NBA
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist- Despite a good offensive night, and near double-double, the Bobcats lost yet another game. I’m not sure why the wheels fell of their season, but they have. MKG dropped 15 Points, grabbed 8 Boards, and had 4 Assists. Good game but not nearly enough.
Rajon Rondo- Fresh of his one game suspension for making contact with a league official and failing to cooperate with the league investigation, Rondo had a meager statline: 8 Points and 8 Assists. Nevertheless, it was enough for the victory to put the C’s one game above .500 for the season.
Eric Bledsoe- Over in Lob City, playing time for Guards is pretty sparse and Bledsoe suffered on account of it last night. He only played 8 minutes but had 5 Points, 3 Boards and an Assist in that short amount. And, of course, the Clippers won.
Anthony Davis- Offense is coming around slowing for AD. Last night he was 3/5 for 6 Points, 3 Rebounds, and an Assist in 19 minutes of action. Fortunately, the Hornets won.
Patrick Patterson- Playing Starters minutes off the bench is a good concession until he cracks the starting line up again. He was strong in the post, grabbing 10 Boards to go with his 6 Points and Assist. All in a losing effort, however.
Marquis Teague- Finally sniffing out some PT for the Bulls, Teague played only 6 minutes but was able to dish out 2 Assists though he didn’t score himself. Bulls lost, however.
Nazr Mohammed- In what are even more limited minutes, Nazr saw action against the Bucks, too. in 4 minutes, he scored 2 Points and pulled 2 Rebounds.
Enes Kanter- #FreeEnes struggled off the bench. He was only 1-6 for 2 Points and 2 Rebounds. Tough to overcome most night, but not when you’re playing the Bobcats.
Jodie Meeks- Meeks has been struggling offensively of late and against the Spurs, he was little used. He only played 6 minutes and scored 2 Points. The Lakers are playing very poorly.