April 5, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; Charlotte Bobcats forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (14) gets a rebound as Miami Heat forward center Chris Anderson also jumps for the ball during the game at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Former Kentucky Wildcats In The NBA: 4/6 Edition

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Tonight was a good night for an NBA fan and also a good night for former Kentucky players. 12 games were played last night and 13 former cats saw action. Let’s take a look at the recaps from last night’s action.

Orlando Magic (19-58) 86 – Chicago Bulls (42-33) 87

Doron Lamb-Guard-Orlando
Nazr Mohammed-Forward/Center-Chicago
Marquis Teague-Guard-Chicago

Somehow the Bulls keep pulling through even though they are very short handed. Different players stand up and take over to do whatever they can to win. Last night Nate Robinson was the man for the Bulls as he scored 12 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter to rally past Orlando. Nazr Mohammed started, scoring 5 points with 11 rebounds and 1 assist. Marquis Teague did not play due to a coach’s decision. Doron Lamb saw limited action for Orlando, scoring 3 points with 1 rebound and 1 assist

Oklahoma City Thunder 97(56-20) – Indiana Pacers 75(48-28)

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

The Thunder continued their great play last night with Kevin Durant scoring 34 points with 9 rebounds. DeAndre Liggins and Daniel Orton both saw limited action as they both played 2:14 minutes with 1 rebound each.

Miami Heat 89(59-16) – Charlotte Bobcats 79(18-58)

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist-Forward-Charlotte

MKG had a solid night for the Bobcats as he led his team in scoring with 18 points. He also had 14 rebounds and 1 assist but it wasn’t good enough to get past the Miami Heat even though they are missing key players like, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. The Heat’s Mike Miller led all scorers with 26 points.

New Orleans Hornets 83(26-50) – Utah Jazz 95(40-37)

Anthony Davis-Center-New Orleans
Darius Miller-Forward-New Orleans
Enes Canter-Center-Utah

The Hornets continue to struggle as they were beaten last night. Anthony Davis led the Hornets with 24 points and 12 rebounds. Darius Miller played a little over 12 minutes with no stats. Enes Canter was inactive for Utah.

Dallas Mavericks 117(37-39) – Sacramento Kings 108(27-49)

DeMarcus Cousins-Center-Sacramento

The Kings dropped one to the Mavericks even though Tyreke Evans scored 26 points and teammate Isaiah Thomas scored 29. DeMarcus Cousins saw limited action for Sacramento as he logged a little over 9 minutes, scoring 6 points with 2 rebounds.

Memphis Grizzlies 84(51-25) – Los Angeles Lakers 86(40-36)

Prince-Forward-Tayshaun-Memphis
Jodie Meeks-guard-Los Angeles

Los Angeles took a close one last night beating a tough Grizzlies team. Jodie Meeks had a quite offensive night as he scored only 2 points with 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Tayshaun Prince also had a quite night for Memphis scoring just 6 points with 2 rebounds.

Houston Rockets 116(43-33) – Portland Trail Blazers 98(33-43)

Terrence Jones-Forward-Houston

The Rockets are on a bit of a run as they have won their last 4 games. James Hardin led the way for Houston as they sailed by Portland. Terrence Jones played almost 14 minutes but only accumulated 1 rebound.

 

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