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Beast of the Night: Monta Ellis finished his big night with 35 points, six rebounds, 10 assists, four steals and three three-pointers.
Mike Breen called it.
Beast of the Night: Paul Pierce finished with 25 points, nine rebounds, two assists, one steal, two blocks and three three-pointers last night.
It's true what Thomas Wolfe wrote, that you can't go home again.
Beast of the Night: Marcus Thornton finished with 31 points, seven boards, six assists, three steals and three three-pointers.
Beast of the Night: John Wall finished with 26 points, four rebounds, 12 assists, three steals and a block last night.
Everyone wants to talk about super teams.
'Tis the season, right.
We're sure you already know, but it's a big week in the high school basketball world.
It's not just us, and it's not just you.
While it seemed all eyes were on the charity games hosted by Matt Barnes (San Jose) and LaMarcus Aldridge (Portland) this weekend, there was another game going on as well.
After leading Washington to back-to-back conference titles in the Pac-10 Tournament over the last two seasons, junior Isaiah Thomas (who also claimed back-to-back conference MOP honors in those same title runs) decided the time was right to test his talents on another level: the NBA.
We've been showing you highlights from Pro-Ams and summer leagues around the country, but have you seen any of the action taking place in the ATL.
When I first found out that all the NBA Summer Leagues were cancelled due to the lockout, I was initially devastated.
You'd be crazy to think that there wasn't some serious hoop being played in Atlanta this summer.
The last thing anyone normally associates with Utah and Indiana is excitement.
As much as I hated school growing up (I used to fall asleep.