Monday’s NBA Post-Game Notes

  • Stephen Curry had his first significant playing time in the past five games, playing nine minutes and scoring 12 points.
  • John Wall recorded his third double-double in his past five games, scoring 20 points and dishing out 14 assists.
  • The Jazz won their first road game since Feb. 12, against Memphis.
  • Al Jefferson recorded 25 points, 13 rebounds, and 7 assists in their win over the Cavaliers.
  • Van Gundy, who walked out with team doctors, was overheard complaining of chest pains. When asked about how he was feeling when he returned, he replied “I’m not doing real well”.
  • Dwight Howard made just 4 of his 14 free throw attempts.
  • Orlando is 18-3 when leading after three quarters, including 8-0 on the road.
  • The Chicago Bulls are now 15-2 at home this season, and play 16 of their final 26 games there.
  • Kevin Love has scored 30+ points this year 13 times.
  • The Thunder are now 7-1 this season following a loss.
  • Ty Lawson was named Western Conference player of the week Monday.
  • The Kings are beginning a franchise-record nine game home-stand starting Wednesday agains New Orleans.
  • LaMarcus Aldridge’s 10 points was the lowest this season in a Blazer’s win
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