Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Lowry Sets Career High

Kyle Lowry scored a career high 25 points last night against Cleveland. He did it by making another career high 15 of 16 free throws. He also added 7 assists in 30 minutes in the 102-87 loss to the Cavs. Kyle would have had two more points if it weren't for this vicious block by LeBron...

Randy's Cooking up a Storm

Randy Foye continued on his hot streak with 29 points (12-21 FG, 5-10 3PT) and 8 assists last night in a 99-96 loss to Miami. From AP:
"Looking more and more like the clutch performer he was at Villanova, Foye went toe-to-toe with Wade and never backed down. He scored 14 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter, but he couldn't get the Timberwolves their sixth straight victory. Foye had a shot to take the lead after Marion's free throws, but Wade swatted the layup attempt away and Rodney Carney rushed a 3-pointer that was off the mark. Spoelstra said Wade "had his hands full with Foye. Foye is a heck of a player." The man who is earning the nickname "Fourth Quarter Foye" had one more chance to tie the game in the closing seconds, but his 3-pointer was off the mark as his Wolves lost for the first time in 2009. He also finished with eight assists and five rebounds."You can't ask anything more out of him than that," Wolves coach Kevin McHale said."


ChrisCharlesDunks said...

Nova News,
Great blog. Been following for awhile now. Keep up the good work. Go Nova.
Alumnus '06

Tim said...

Thanks, appreciate it.