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.
CJ McCollum No. 61 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Vernon Maxwell with 1,258 three-pointers. He’s now 13 away from Kyrie Irving
Evan Fournier No. 94 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Bojan Bogdanovic with 1,104 three-pointers. He’s now tied with Latrell Sprewell and Randy Foye
Jae Crowder No. 114 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Nick Anderson with 1,058 three-pointers. He’s now 1 away from Allen Iverson
Draymond Green No. 156 in assists now
Moved ahead of Pete Maravich with 3,566 assists. He’s now 25 away from Paul Westphal
Anthony Davis No. 177 in points now
Moved ahead of Carlos Boozer with 13,997 points. He’s now 21 away from Fred Brown
James Johnson No. 208 in blocks now
Moved ahead of Kevin Kunnert with 617 blocks. He’s now 1 away from Andre Iguodala
Tony Snell No. 230 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Rodney Rogers with 692 three-pointers. He’s now 2 away from Kerry Kittles
Kent Bazemore No. 240 in three-pointers now
Moved ahead of Danny Ferry with 678 three-pointers. He’s now tied with Carlos Deflino
What’s the buzz on Twitter?
“Do our work early. He caught the ball deep a lot. Two feet in the paint. You got a big guy like that, 7 feet, catching the ball with two feet in the paint, it’s tough to stop.” Draymond Green on Deandre Ayton, who scored 24 points with 8 in the 4th of #Suns win over #Warriors. pic.twitter.com/Fu8Xy4eZsj
– 11:06 AM
For those wondering about the Miami AD hire, I’m going to try to take tomorrow off, so that probably means it happens tomorrow. This method of prediction is pretty much undefeated. – 8:20 AM
Draymond Green on their loss to the Phoenix Suns: “We didn’t have much ball
movement. We didn’t have much player movement. We kind of fell into the switches and let them set their
defense. I think we could have moved around a bit more.” pic.twitter.com/Fvanf9UPrt
– 3:18 AM
Malik Monk mentioned Frank Vogel’s message at halftime, directed at both their execution and energy, which sparked their 2nd half effort.
He then praised Westbrook, and mentioned AD/Dwight, for getting him a lot of open shots. He drilled 6 3’s tonight, towards 22 bench points. – 12:58 AM
Anthony Davis said LeBron James told him he was “asymptomatic” after going into COVID-19 health and safety protocols. – 12:43 AM
Anthony Davis on LeBron James: “COVID is a scary thing, especially with all the new variants coming out. He says he’s good and is asymptomatic.” – 12:41 AM
Anthony Davis said his understanding is that LeBron is asymptomatic but acknowledges it is “a scary situation.” – 12:41 AM
Anthony Davis said that he talked to LeBron James today. “COVID’s a scary thing, especially with all the new variants coming out.” Davis said James is “good,” and so far asymptomatic. “We want to make sure his health is most important.” – 12:40 AM
Anthony Davis said the Lakers had “a conversation about the team we want to be” at halftime, leading to them buckling down on defense. But adds that they shouldn’t need these “halftime pow-wows” in order to play well. – 12:37 AM
“I was thinking Shaqtin’ A Fool. I’m going to be on one of those shows.”
Monty Williams on tech he received when walking on the court thinking Steve Kerr called a timeout and drew a technical foul.
He was excited about Crowder’s 3. #Suns
– 12:36 AM
AD pointed out the “Huge minutes” from Dwight Howard tonight.
Howard said in the walkoff that he hadn’t expected to play tonight. Vogel called his number to replace Jordan early in the 1st Q and stuck with him for 35 minutes. – 12:34 AM
Anthony Davis said the Lakers had a conversation about the team they wanted to be at halftime. That conversation helped spark the second-half run in which they held the Kings to just 33 points over the final 24 minutes. – 12:33 AM
Blazers without three rotation players beat Detroit 110-92 to move to 10-1 at home this season and 11-11 overall. Ben McLemore had his pretty jumper going (17 points in 18 mins) and CJ McCollum moved into 5th in franchise scoring (Drexler, Lillard, Porter, Aldridge, McCollum). – 12:31 AM
Lakers dominate in Sacramento, 117-92 the Final…We’ll see if the LakeShow can build some momentum off this
-AD 25pts 7rebs 2stls 2blks
-Russ 23pts 6ast 5rebs
-Dwight 12pts 13rebs 2stls 2blks
Lakers now 12-11 on Season…Next up, Clippers on Fri
– 12:25 AM
The Lakers put together consecutive wins for the first time in three weeks, beat the Kings 117-92 on Tuesday. AD 25p 7r 2b 2s; Westbrook 23p 6a; Monk 22p on 6-of-10 from 3 and was +33 in 32 mins; Dwight 12p 13r 2b 2s; Melo 14p. – 12:22 AM
Final: PHX 104, GSW 96
Ayton: 24 Pts, 11 Reb, 11-19 FG
Paul: 15 Pts, 11 Ast, 6 Reb
Crowder: 14 Pt, 6 Reb
Poole: 28 Pts, 6-12 3P
Suns win their 17th straight game, tying the 2006-07 team’s franchise record – 12:20 AM
Draymond just attempted a full-speed up-and-under layup in traffic. Just use your imagination of how it went, it will likely be accurate. – 12:12 AM
The Warriors tried to throw it into Draymond Green in the post. They weren’t ready for Mikal Bridges’ tentacles to scoop that one up.
Back-to-back 3s from Crowder.
It. is. LOUD. – 12:11 AM
Anthony Davis decided to stop playing terrible and take bad mid range jumpers and look at that they are up 21 on the Kings – 12:11 AM