Today in Hoop History, 12.10

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December 10, 1971 – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored a career-high 55 points in Milwaukee’s 120-104 win over Boston.

December 10, 1985 – The Pacers made only 19 field goals in an 82-64 loss to the Knicks, setting an NBA record for the fewest field goals since the advent of the shot clock. Thirteen years later, the Bulls made only 18 field goals in a game against the Heat on April 10, 1999. The Heat won 82-49; Chicago’s top scorer was Kornel David (13 points, 4-10 FG). Toni Kukoc finished with 10 points on 4-16 shooting. The Bulls shot 23.4% from the floor that night.

Notable NBA Birthdays:
Mark Aguirre
Lloyd Neal
Bryant Stith

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