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January 14, 2013; Boston, MA USA; Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo (9) makes a pass during the first half against the Charlotte Bobcats at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

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John Wall- Wall is such a welcome addition to the struggling Wizards.  Coming off the bench still, he had a decent 20 minutes of action (12-1-6).  Look for him to get acclimated to his surgically repaired wheel.

Rajon Rondo- Before Rondo, I thought that triple-doubles were like unicorns.  And that’s true if you’re not Rondo.  He had another triple-double, this time against the lowly Bobcats.  It’s always bitter sweet when such beloved former Cats square off.  He finished with 17-10-12 in the Celtics victory.

Eric Bledsoe- The Clips are rolling right now and Bledsoe is loving it.  He’s finally getting more comfortable after his injury and finished wiht 14-3-4 last night in the blow out victory.

DeMarcus Cousins- Boogie wasn’t on his best behavior but as was the case last night, his reputation often precedes him.  He picked up a tech and flagrant 1 in about 2 minutes.  The flagrant was due to his rep but it is what it is.  He went off against Cleveland for 26-14-6 and hit clutch FT’s down the stretch.  He’s a man-child.  Wow.

Chuck Hayes- When Cousins plays like he did tonight, there aren’t many minutes for Hayes.  He made the most of his 13 minutes with 4 points, 4 boards, and an assist. He’s more satisfied with the win.

Marquis Teague- Chicago has been on a bit of a tear of late, and with the lack of PG depth, Teague is finding the court.  In 6 minutes tonight he managed 1 assist.

Nazr Mohammed- In what has amounted a moderate resurgence of playing time, Nazr played some solid minutes last night.  He finished with 4 points, 4 rebounds, and an assist.

Enes Kanter- In the beat down of the Heat last night, Kanter was used very little.  He played 8 minutes, scoring 2, grabbing 2 boards, and dropping an assist.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist- MKG appears to still be finding his way in this league but he is improving by leaps and bounds.  In the loss to the Celtics, he nearly had a double-double (10-8).

DeAndre Liggins- After making  a splash in his start for OKC a couple games ago, Liggins came off the bench but didn’t put up the same offensive stats as his last game.  In the victory, DeAndre played 14 minutes and had 1 rebound.

 

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