Former Wildcats In The NBA: 4/5 Edition

Nov. 14, 2012; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Chicago Bulls center Nazr Mohammed (48) warms up prior to the game against the Phoenix Suns at the US Airways Center. The Bulls defeated the Suns 112-106 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-USA TODAY Sports

It was a slow Thursday night in the NBA as only 3 games were played. 4 former Kentucky Wildcats saw action in those games. Here is a recap of last night’s activities:

Chicago Bulls (40-33) 92 – Brooklyn Nets (43-31) 90

Nazr Mohammed-Center-Chicago
Marquis Teague-Guard-Chicago
Keith Bogans-Guard-Brooklyn

Chicago pulled out a win tonight despite missing key players such as, Taj Gibson, Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, Richard Hamilton and Marco Belinelli. They have won 3 of the last 4 meetings with Brooklyn. Carlos Boozer was the star for Chicago going for 12-22 shooting with 29 points, 3 assists and 18 rebounds. Nazr Mohammed got the start again tonight logging almost 37 minutes for 4 points, 1 assist and 9 rebounds. Marquis Teague logged 11 seconds for no stats.
Keith Bogans didn’t have a very good game for Brooklyn as he logged a little over 21 minutes with 2 rebounds and no points.

Oklahoma City Thunder (55-20) 100 – San Antonio Spurs (56-20) 88

DeAndre Liggins-Guard/Forward-Oklahoma
Daniel Orton-Forward/Center-Oklahoma

The Thunder rolled past the Spurs last night, splitting the 4 game series 2-2. Russell Westbrook led all scorers with 27 points with teammate Kevin Garrett adding 25. Former wildcat DeAndre Liggins did not play for Oklahoma last night due to a coach’s decision and another Wildcat, Daniel Orton was listed as inactive.

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