January 4, 2011 by staff
Klove, First, the Battle: Kevin Love (12 points, 24 rebounds) won absolutely clear Glen Davis (17 points, but only 1 rebound)-or all of the Celtics also on the boards. As usual, dude was a beast, grabbing every loose ball in sight. Boston finished with 30 rebounds, just a little more than love itself, and to top it off, the TWolves front has not taken a single fault. Big Baby, by contrast, had five in the first minutes of the last quarter.
But the war went to the Celts, who played a solid fourth and resists TWolves at the last minute. Michael Beasley put his team on his back and scored Minnie last four buckets, but Luke Ridnour a violation of travel in the final seconds ended any chance of an upset. It seems reasonable to say that Rajon Rondo (6 points, 16 assists) is now officially back, while Paul Pierce led the team in scoring with 23. But if the rebound Kloves fiasco is any indication, the C’s are going to need a Kevin Garnett back as soon as possible.
Another close. The Jazz pushed the Pistons to the end to get the W, who need crucial buckets Deron Williams (22 points, 10 dimes) and a missed three by Tracy McGrady (11 points, 9 rebounds, 11 dimes cents) to oust the victory and take down Detroit home. The Pistons have not beaten Utah in six years, and thus it did not change yesterday.
Still without Andre Iguodala (who go out for a few more games with tendinitis in the Achilles tendon), the Sixers got a big night to go, OK, nobody, as they went in the fall to the Hornets on the road . Philly shot just 34.1 percent (Evan Turner turned himself for 2-14), and they had the firepower little or no attack whatsoever. It was not yet in flight, and was near the end, but a late basket by Chris Paul led the necessary separation and bees he took it from there. New Orleans has won three times, and it seems they are trying to keep this playoff spot before it’s too late.
These are two of my favorite teams and view them, but I guess I would have been if I had dreamed actuallyy thought they fight down to the wire. The Magic ran away with her in the second half, as Dwight Howard (22 points, 17 boards) played well down there and Hedo Turkoglu (10 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists) played well throughout the world to earn the victory. Can you imagine my joy Hedo is now? It took a year and some change, but it was paid and still finished immediately where he wanted to be. The new-look Magic has now won six in a row, and they have two more home games this week before hitting the road.
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