Saturday night’s NBA slate included seven games, two of which came down to the wire. LeBron and Co. continued their reign of terror, Danny Granger returned to the court and JJ Redick made his Milwaukee debut.
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Nine games highlighted the NBA schedule on Tuesday night. The time off didn’t seem to help the Warriors who continued their alarming recent trend of double-digit losses, Joe Johnson played the hero twice in Brooklyn, and the Spurs and Nuggets stayed hot.
Strap yourselves in for a phat Tuesday edition of Five Fast Facts.
How do you rank Michael Jordan’s career achievement list?
The answer: It’s nearly impossible.
The G.O.A.T., as he’s so often referred to (by those who never saw Wilt Chamberlain play) has done so much for the game that ranking his performances simply doesn’t do justice to his illustrious career.
Six games were on the schedule on Monday night. The Spurs won without their “Big Three” in Chicago, the Nets ended their losing streak in Indiana and seven was the luckiest and unluckiest number in Charlotte.