Catch n' Shoot: November 4, 2010

Catch n' Shoot: November 4, 2010
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  • The Knicks are gonna play at the MSG. New York City inspectors have confirmed there are no asbestos risks. Talk about credible.
  • The Nuggets want Nic Batum, but Portland won't give him up to this divisional foe unless they receive 'Melo in whatever deal gets gone.
  • Hedo Turkoglu's already tired.
    A big question was whether or not Hedo could keep up with the Suns
    system. He's hanging up the fatigue on going from the season to free
    agency to playing in the World Championships. He scored 6 in the suns' 112-110 loss to the Spurs, where Richard Jefferson dropped four 3's in the 4th to finish with 28. Duncan had a 25-17 double-double with 3 blks.
  • Monta Ellis scored 17 of his 39 in the 4th to beat the Grizzlies 115-109.
    Stephen Curry sat on the Warriors' bench with a sprained ankle, so I'd
    loooooove to see Ellis' usage rate, but the box score isn't posted on
    Hoopdata yet. All Grizzlies scored in double figures, led by Rudy Gay's
    35, O.J. Mayo's 23, and the $45m-man Mike Conley's 18-13 double-double.
  • The Jazz blew out the CRaptors 125-108,
    but more important, the Al Jefferson-Deron Williams combo is making
    them look better than the Thunder. AJ scored 27 and D-Will had a 22-14
    double-double. C.J. Miles went 5-for-6 from 3-pt range to score 19 off
    the bench. It is bothersome that they sent Sonny Weems to the line to go 9-for-10 and score 23. Oh, The Even Steven Sloans.
  • Hours after this post at the NYT blog on Luis Scola's hell of a run in the first three games of the season, not being a reason for the Rockets' 0-3 start, he goes 4-for-15 from the field for only 9pts. in 36min. in Houston's 107-99 loss to the Hornets.
    The best PG in the NBA led the Hornets with 25pts., 8asts., and 7rbs,
    going 7-for-12 from the field and 10-for-12 from the FT line because
    he's awesome.
  • Jason Terry wants to play 'til he's 40, the 33-yr.-old says... Wait, Jason Terry's 33?!
  • An interesting Horford-Noah comparison.

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