November 10, 2005

This Week's Bunnies

C - Marcus Camby 3 G 17.3 ppg 11.7 rpg 4.3 bpg
Camby was a monster this week for the Nuggets. Of his three games, two of them were 20 point, 6 block efforts, not to mention his dunk on Brad Miller last night - sure he fouled him, but it was still sicko. The Nugs obviously expect his rebounding and shot blocking, but anytime you can get more that 10 points out of Camby, you're probably looking at a W.
Honorable mention: Alonzo Mourning 11.3 ppg 8.8 rpg 4.8 bpg

PF - Tim Duncan 4 G 23 ppg 12 rpg 3.5 bpg
I will try not to pick the obvious dominators too often, but shit he was damn good this week. double-doubles in all four games and two 6 block efforts. The stat - besides 3.5 bpg - that stands out is his free throw percentage. He shot 90% this week, which is more than 20 points better than his career average(69.3%). We all know he's good, but man, he's really good.
Honorable mention: Kevin Garnett 21.8 ppg 12 rpg 6 apg 1.8 spg 1.8 bpg

SF - Richard Jefferson 4 G 25 ppg 12 rpg 6.8 apg
Yeeeah Boiiiiii!! Git some! WHAT!? RJ had a monster week, recording four double-doubles (three with pts and reb, one with pts ast). His Nets are a top the Atlantic Division, and he's helped carry them there. About the only black mark on his week was gettig ejected, but frankly I think that's a good thing. It shows you care about the game.
Honorable mention: Boris Diaw 12.5 ppg 6.5 rpg 8.5 apg 3 bpg

SG- Paul Pierce 3 G 29.7 ppg 6.3 rpg 4.7 apg 2 spg 58.8% Fgs
Holy shit. That all I can say. Everyone knows PP can score with the best of them, but to see him straight up dominate like he has this season is rediculous. His stats this week are pretty much the same as they've been all year so far. He's continued with the transformation into an all around, multi-facited, non-God fearing, superstar. There are few teams who wouldn't love to have a two guard half as good as Boston's Face. And they wanted to trade him. Hmp!
Honorable mention: Ray Allen 25 ppg 5.3 apg 2.3 spg 10 3's

PG - Dwayne Wade 5 G 26 ppg 7.5 rpg 7.8 apg 1.8 spg .8 bpg
Mr. Marquette keeps climbing his little mountain to stardom, one game at a time. His numbers are Kidd-ish. He does everything, all the time, with a flair and passion that is only rivaled by all those kids in the Hall. He still turns the ball over a lot(he had a triple-double with turnovers ala Jerry Stackhouse), but when you throw up box scores like this man does, it would look funny with a blank spot.
Honorable mention: Chris Paul 12.5 ppg 6apg 2.5 spg 1 to

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