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NBA roundup: Wall leads Wizards to shocker


Ten players with Kentucky ties took the court in NBA games Wednesday night. You can see a rundown of their performances below:

 

Former UK point guard John Wall scored 25 points on 6-17 shooting, tallied eight assists and grabbed seven rebounds in 44 minutes of action for the Washington Wizards.

 

Former UK forward Tayshaun Prince scored 29 points on 13-23 shooting and grabbed three rebounds in 41 minutes of action for the Detroit Pistons.

 

Former UK point guard Rajon Rondo scored 21 points on 7-8 shooting, grabbed three rebounds and tallied two assists in 28 minutes of action for the Boston Celtics.

 

Former UK center DeMarcus Cousins scored 13 points on 5-14 shooting and grabbed 19 rebounds in 32 minutes of action for the Sacramento Kings.

 

Former UK guard Jodie Meeks scored eight points on 3-6 shooting and grabbed four rebounds in 30 minutes of action for the Philadelphia 76ers.

 

Former UK point guard Brandon Knight scored seven points on 3-11 shooting, tallied six assists and grabbed five rebounds in 36 minutes of action for the Pistons.

 

Former UK center Josh Harrellson scored two points on 1-3 shooting and grabbed three rebounds in eight minutes of action for the New York Knicks.

 

Former UK center Nazr Mohammed scored three points on 1-2 shooting and grabbed one rebound in 11 minutes of action for the Oklahoma City Thunder.

 

Lexington native Shelvin Mack did not score and missed his only shot in three minutes of action for the Wizards.

 

Former UK center Jamaal Magloire did not score and missed his only shot in five minutes of action for the Toronto Raptors.

 

Former UK guard DeAndre Liggins and center Daniel Orton did not play for the Orlando Magic due to coach’s decisions.

 

Former Morehead center Kenneth Faried did not play for the Denver Nuggets due to a coach’s decision.

 

Former UK forward Chuck Hayes did not play for the Kings with a dislocated shoulder.

 

Former UK point guard Eric Bledsoe was inactive for the Los Angeles Clippers as he continues to rehab from offseason surgery.

 

KyForward file photo of John Wall by Mark Boxley.


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