Daily statistical milestones: Myles Turner in blocks and more

Daily statistical milestones: Myles Turner in blocks and more

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Daily statistical milestones: Myles Turner in blocks and more

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Here’s your daily recap of movements in the all-time lists for scoring, rebounds, assists, blocks, steals and three-pointers after yesterday’s games.

Danilo Gallinari No. 50 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Baron Davis with 1,333 three-pointers. He’s now 26 away from Mike Conley

Buddy Hield No. 72 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Hersey Hawkins with 1,231 three-pointers. He’s now 5 away from Damon Stoudamire

Bojan Bogdanovic No. 98 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Dana Barros, Rudy Gay, Evan Fournier, Goran Dragic, Rasheed Wallace and Russell Westbrook with 1,093 three-pointers. He’s now 1 away from Maurice Williams

Jae Crowder No. 115 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Channing Frye with 1,050 three-pointers. He’s now 5 away from Nick Anderson

Myles Turner No. 116 in blocks now

Moved ahead of Yao Ming with 924 blocks. He’s now 1 away from Antoine Carr

Kevin Durant No. 139 in assists now

Moved ahead of Andy Phillip with 3,768 assists. He’s now 11 away from Ray Williams

Gordon Hayward No. 142 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Vladimir Radmanovic with 972 three-pointers. He’s now 4 away from Walt Williams and Mark Price

Rudy Gobert No. 151 in rebounds now

Moved ahead of Armen Gilliam and DeMarcus Cousins with 6,405 rebounds. He’s now 2 away from Marcin Gortat

Jordan Clarkson No. 153 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Darrell Armstrong with 924 three-pointers. He’s now 1 away from Raymond Felton

Zach LaVine No. 162 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Harrison Barnes with 897 three-pointers. He’s now 5 away from Donyell Marshall

Justin Holiday No. 176 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of John Stockton with 848 three-pointers. He’s now 1 away from Sam Perkins

Devin Booker No. 178 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Reggie Jackson and Devin Harris with 835 three-pointers. He’s now 10 away from John Stockton

Jonas Valanciunas No. 182 in rebounds now

Moved ahead of Elmore Smith with 5,966 rebounds. He’s now 1 away from Emeka Okafor

Tristan Thompson No. 187 in rebounds now

Moved ahead of Rudy Gay with 5,896 rebounds. He’s now 44 away from Vern Mikkelsen

Bradley Beal No. 188 in points now

Moved ahead of Billy Cunningham, Orlando Woolridge and Thaddeus Young with 13,629 points. He’s now 18 behind Predrag Stojakovic

Thaddeus Young No. 189 in points now

Moved ahead of Billy Cunningham and Orlando Woolridge with 13,627 points. He’s now 2 away from Bradley Beal

Mike Conley No. 196 in points now

Moved ahead of Steve Smith with 13,442 points. He’s now 5 away from Baron Davis and Cliff Hagan

Kevin Love No. 198 in points now

Moved ahead of Vlade Divac with 13,403 points. He’s now 27 away from Steve Smith

Patrick Beverley No. 203 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Jamal Mashburn with 768 three-pointers. He’s now 3 away from Rick Fox

Terry Rozier No. 205 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Mario Chalmers and Tracy Murray with 759 three-pointers. He’s now 8 away from Jamal Mashburn

Al Horford No. 224 in assists now

Moved ahead of Anthony Mason and Tom Gola with 2,965 assists. He’s now 16 away from Rolando Blackman

Jrue Holiday No. 234 in points now

Moved ahead of Marc Gasol and Mike Newlin with 12,522 points. He’s now 19 away from Jack Marin

Karl-Anthony Towns No. 238 in three-pointers now

Moved ahead of Kent Bazemore, Danny Ferry and Austin Rivers with 678 three-pointers. He’s now tied with Carlos Delfino

Al Horford No. 238 in points now

Moved ahead of Red Kerr with 12,484 points. He’s now 5 away from Mark Jackson


What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Danilo Gallinari @gallinari8888 🤜🤛 Your support is our strength. It has been crucial for these wins on the homestand.
You gave back confidence for the next away games.
Go on @Jaryd Wilson …always higher!
#BelieveAtlanta pic.twitter.com/ekWlAyx5cv9:39 AM

Joe Vardon @joevardon Kevin Durant and James Harden chide this Nets rookie, telling him he can’t score in the NBA like he does in the G League. They never envisioned counting on him as they did Monday. Brooklyn’s weird season is getting weirder ⁦@The Athletictheathletic.com/2973236/2021/1…9:32 AM
Micah Adams @MicahAdams13 NBA all-time scoring list
25. Allen Iverson: 24,368
26. Kevin Durant: 24,367
Durant made his NBA debut on Oct. 31, 2007. He scored 18 in a loss to…
Iverson. pic.twitter.com/MqVTEqiBXF7:40 AM

Brian Lewis @NYPost_Lewis Kevin Durant, James Harden get help in #Nets‘ comeback win over #Cavaliers nypost.com/2021/11/22/kev… via @nypostsports1:28 AM
Rich Hoffman @rich_hofmann Lots of contributions (Milton playmaking/scoring down the stretch, Drummond rebounding late) but Matisse Thybulle cooling off Buddy Hield was very important tonight.
Last season in the Sixers’ game here, Thybulle defended Fox well late. Tonight, the job was chasing Hield. – 12:56 AM
Meghan Triplett @Meghan_Triplett On Jaren’s 3ptr, Ja Morant said Coach Jenkins told him that if he got it to attack downhill.
When Ja got the possession, he said he saw Rudy Gobert take some steps in & knew if he layed it up, Rudy would’ve blocked it. Ja read the floor, made the pass to Jaren, & JJJ hits the 3 – 12:40 AM
Lauren Rosen @LaurenMRosen Doc Rivers on @Matisse Thybulle‘s defensive effort, particularly on Buddy Hield, tonight:
“Matisse shut it down. That’s what Matisse does.” – 12:36 AM
Joe Mullinax @sbnGrizzlies Ja Morant on his perspective of that last play: The message was “who wanted it more.” Jenkins told Ja to attack downhill if they won. He made the right read on Gobert then delivered the pass to Jaren for the “big time” shot – 12:26 AM
Joe Mullinax @sbnGrizzlies Jaren Jackson on looking forward to the Rudy Gobert matchup: “It doesn’t really matter who’s there, you just take what the defense gives you” – 12:20 AM
Kurt Helin @basketballtalk Jaren Jackson Jr. wins jump ball over Rudy Gobert, hits game-winning 3-pointer nba.nbcsports.com/2021/11/23/jar…12:18 AM
Matt George @MattGeorgeSAC Fox bricks a wide-open three hard. 76ers ball, up 1, with 4 minutes to go.
Kings were up 9 earlier in the 4th when Tyrese Haliburton & Buddy Hield tried deep threes. – 12:06 AM
Eric Walden @tribjazz Rudy Gobert also blamed himself for not being in the right position on JJJ’s game-winning shot. Said he was worried about Morant getting to the rim, but Conley was in good position, and he over-helped. Should have stayed more at home. – 12:04 AM
Eric Walden @tribjazz Rudy Gobert says the call from the refs didn’t help, but he’s more upset about the Jazz’s lack of execution down the stretch in blowing a late 6-point lead. pic.twitter.com/fqLSnbtBVD12:02 AM

Eric Walden @tribjazz Bojan Bogdanovic said the final shot was designed for Donovan, and that in spite of his poor shooting night, the team absolutely trusts him to take it pic.twitter.com/0ISMo0ei8s12:00 AM

Ben Anderson @BensHoops Rudy Gobert on the inadvertent whistle late against the Grizzlies.
“It was just a bad call, I don’t want to put the game on that but it didn’t help.” – 11:58 PM
Ryan Miller @millerjryan Rudy Gobert on the offensive interference review: “I don’t want to put the game on that — but it didn’t help.” – 11:58 PM
Ryan Miller @millerjryan Rudy Gobert on lack of execution in the final minute: “For a team that has as much experience as we have, it’s not acceptable.” – 11:57 PM
Eric Walden @tribjazz Bojan Bogdanovic: “In the end, it comes down to our energy and effort. They got 16 offensive rebounds. … Our focus and our energy have to be way better.” – 11:54 PM
Matt George @MattGeorgeSAC Buddy Hield & Tristan Thompson have a nice two-man game going. – 11:44 PM
Sean Highkin @highkin Might be a good idea to quote the new Kevin Durant tweet and say “Big Mood” or something to that effect – 11:37 PM
Kevin Durant @KDTrey5 I’m bouta pull my “y’all broke” card in a second. Fuck y’all – 11:34 PM
Tony Jones @Tjonesonthenba Utah drops to 11-6 on the season. Gobert with 23 and 13 rebounds and 5 blocked shots. Bogdanovic with 24. But Jackson and Morant and Bane just destroyed the Jazz all night. Utah had no answers. On to Wednesday night and the Oklahoma City Thunder – 11:30 PM
Eric Walden @tribjazz FINAL: Grizz 119, Jazz 118. Utah had trouble getting an inbound, then getting a clean look. Don took the final shot — a fade that was well short off the rim. He finishes 5-20 shooting. Gobert 23p, 13r, 5b. Bogey 24p on 8-14 FGs. Conley 19p, 8a. – 11:29 PM
Andy Larsen @andyblarsen Stunner. Grizzlies come back to win 119-118.
Morant: 32 points, 7 assists.
Bane: 28/4/4, a +15.
Gobert: 23/13, 5 blocks. +10
Conley: 19p/8a
Mitchell: 18/8/6, but just 5-20 from the field.
In OKC on Wednesday next. – 11:28 PM
Rob Perez @WorldWideWob holy hell. Jaren Jackson Jr. wins tip vs. Gobert, gives Memphis the lead seconds later. pic.twitter.com/h99Wbikp2X11:27 PM

Sarah Todd @NBASarah Huge Bojan 3 was a result of great defense from Conley, Gobert and O’Neale. Now Bojan is feeling it. – 11:15 PM
Andy Larsen @andyblarsen Gonna be semi-interesting how this goes down the stretch: Mitchell’s been not great, but Conley/Bogey/Gobert have been very efficient. So who gets the ball late? – 11:08 PM
Sean Cunningham @SeanCunningham Kings trail the Sixers 55-52 at the half. Sacramento’s final possession going into the intermission was rather gross. Buddy Hield with 16 points for Kings who shoot 45%, Philly shoots 46% led by Tyrese Maxey’s 12 points – 11:08 PM
Eric Walden @tribjazz That was Gobert’s first miss of the game – 11:08 PM
Matt George @MattGeorgeSAC Kings trail 55-52 at half. De’Aaron Fox has 14 points. Buddy Hield has 16. Offense does look a bit better. Defense…does not. – 11:06 PM
Jason Anderson @JandersonSacBee A smattering of boos as the Kings trail what’s left of the 76ers 55-52 at the half. Buddy Hield has 16 points. De’Aaron Fox has 14. Maybe Philly will sit more guys in the second half. – 11:05 PM
James Ham @James_HamNBA Kings trail the 76ers 55-52 heading to the half. Buddy Hield leads Sacramento with 16 points. 14 for Fox. – 11:05 PM
Lang Whitaker @langwhitaker Gobert is French for “complains to the refs” – 10:55 PM
Eric Walden @tribjazz END 3Q: JAZZ 96, GRIZZLIES 92. 36p in 3Q for Utah, in part thanks to some late brilliance from Mike Conley (14p, 8a for the game). Problem is, the defense was subpar, as the Grizz scored 38. Bane has 25 and Morant 23. Rudy Gobert 20p, 11r for Utah. – 10:49 PM
Tony Jones @Tjonesonthenba Man that was a fun third quarter of basketball. Morant and Bane making everything. Conley, Mitchell and Gobert with counters. Utah up 96-92 heading into the final 12….very important minutes here to start the fourth – 10:48 PM
Andy Larsen @andyblarsen Jazz up 96-92 at the end of the 3rd. What a quarter — the Grizzlies won it 38-36, that was some super-entertaining, high-octane stuff. Bane/Morant great, but Conley/Gobert countering too. – 10:48 PM
Sarah Todd @NBASarah Rudy Gobert leading a break >>> – 10:47 PM
Brian Lewis @NYPost_Lewis Cam Thomas (joking?) said he beat Kevin Durant 1-on-1. KD’s unsolicited response: “It was more than ridiculous. He was lying for sure. I definitely beat him 13-to-5. And those five shots that he made I turned my back and was like ‘go ahead.’ ” #Nets #NBA10:41 PM
Sean Cunningham @SeanCunningham Buddy Hield heats up as the first quarter draws to a close, Sacramento leads Philly 33-28. Hield with 14 points (5/6 shooting) in the quarter and De’Aaron Fox with 8pts. – 10:37 PM
Kristian Winfield @Krisplashed This was Cam Thomas’ face when he said he beat Kevin Durant 1-on-1 at shootaround today. pic.twitter.com/InZ4bqNIbh10:37 PM

Duane Rankin @DuaneRankin Paul finds Ayton on inbounds after Crowder sprinted to 3-point line to draw attention.
Then Bridges leaks out and scores in transition. Then scores inside on offensive board
#Suns back up double-digits 106-95. Timeout #Spurs. 4:49 left.
Murray missed big open 3 during all that – 10:37 PM
Matt George @MattGeorgeSAC Friendly reminder that Buddy Hield started his NBA career in New Orleans playing for Alvin Gentry.
14 points already tonight! 4/4 from 3pt range. – 10:36 PM
Gina Mizell @ginamizell Buddy Hield with a quick 11 points (3-of-3 from 3) and 4 rebounds in 5 minutes. – 10:34 PM
Matt George @MattGeorgeSAC Buddy Hield off to a hot start. 11 points on 4/5 shooting in 6 minutes off the bench. – 10:34 PM
James Ham @James_HamNBA Buddy Hield is on fire. 11 points in 5 minutes. 3-for-3 from 3. – 10:33 PM
James Ham @James_HamNBA Buddy Hield with a quick 5 points off the bench. – 10:29 PM
James Ham @James_HamNBA Alex Len is the first big in the game. Checks in with Buddy Hield and Davion Mitchell. – 10:22 PM
Ajayi Browne @ajayibrowne “Lately big men help so much off penetrators — Picking up a double-double tonight was huge for us.”
⁃Kevin Durant on LaMarcus Aldridge’s performance tonight. – 10:16 PM
Ajayi Browne @ajayibrowne “They outrebounded us — They killed us on the offensive boards.”
⁃Kevin Durant on the Cleveland Cavaliers. – 10:15 PM
Kristian Winfield @Krisplashed Kevin Durant say he’s gonna be on Cam Thomas even more after tonight: “We don’t need him to be comfortable because he had a little 11-point game. #Nets10:14 PM
Ajayi Browne @ajayibrowne Kevin Durant says,
“It’s good to see a young dude like Cam (Thomas) into it like that — I’m going to be on him even more now.” – 10:14 PM
Gordon Hayward @gordonhayward Big road win! Let’s go! #AllFly pic.twitter.com/R5MABMvTFl10:13 PM

Ajayi Browne @ajayibrowne “They’re going to send all their resources at me and James (Harden) — They left him (Cam Thomas) open.”
⁃Kevin Durant on the spark Cam Thomas provided in the third quarter. – 10:13 PM

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