Mar 3, 2014; Washington, DC, USA; Memphis Grizzlies small forward Tayshaun Prince (21) dribbles the ball as Washington Wizards small forward Trevor Ariza (1) defends during the first half at Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NBA: Prince, Grizzlies end Wizards’ winning streak


Tayshaun Prince (SF/Memphis): LeBron James wasn’t the only player to put the team on his back last night. Prince led the Grizzlies on 8-of-11 shots made from the field, with a total of 21 points scored. He also added six rebounds as the Grizzlies were able to end the Wizards winning streak at six games with a 110-104 win on the road.

John Wall (PG/Washington): Wall, however, led all scorers with a near double-double. He finished with 23 points, nine assists, and six rebounds in the loss.

Demarcus Cousins (C/Sacramento): Cousins fell short of being named an All-Star, but he is still playing like one. He led the Kings with a double-double (23 pts, 12 reb) as the Kings defeated the Pelicans, 96-89.

Anthony Davis (PF/New Orleans): As for the Pelicans, they were not able to get as much help on the rebounding end from Anthony Davis. He scored 13 points and grabbed four boards for the Pelicans.

Darius Miller (SF/New Orleans): DNP vs. Sacramento Kings

Enes Kanter (C/Utah): Kanter did not let coming off the bench as an excuse for not leading his team yesterday. He had a dominating performance: 27 points (8-16 FG) and 14 rebounds. He was the only dominant player for the Jazz in their 114-88 loss to the Bucks.

Brandon Knight (PG/Milwaukee): Knight had 11 points, five assists, and two steals for the Bucks in their win over the Jazz on Monday.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (SF/Charlotte): MKG and the rest of the Bobcats had a hard time guarding LeBron last night. But on the offensive end, Kidd-Gilchrist scored eight points and grabbed five boards in the 124-107 loss to Miami.

DeAndre Liggins (SF/Miami): Liggins entered the game for the Heat last night, and scored two points and grabbed a rebound.

Jodie Meeks (SG/Los Angeles Lakers): Meeks helped will the Lakers to victory last night. He scored 21 points on 50% shooting from the field, and he also grabbed three rebounds as the Lakers edged the Trail Blazers in a 107-106 win.

Nazr Mohammed (C/Chicago): Mohammed scored two points and grabbed four rebounds in 10 minutes of action, but the Bulls weren’t able to grab the road win as they lost 96-80 to the Nets.

Marquis Teague (PG/Brooklyn): DNP vs. Chicago Bulls

Josh Harrellson (PF/Detroit): DNP vs. New York Knicks (injury)

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