Tuesday, December 11, 2007

NBA News - A Low Scoring Night

Golden State Warrior 96 San Antonio Spurs 84

The Golden State Warrior did what previous few teams could not do; take advantage against a Spurs still playing without Tim DUNCAN. Definitely a night to forget especially after you commit a season high of 21 turnovers
Manu GINOBILI did not had a good game as he committed 5 of those turnovers and finished off with 13 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assists, 1 steal & 1 block shot.

Fabricio OBERTO had some foul trouble subsequently ended up posting 3 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists & 2 block shot.

Chicago Bulls 123 Seattle Supersonics 96

Despite a convincing victory against Kevin DURANT’s Sonics, it was certainly a quite night for Chapu NOCIONI as he posted 8 points, 2 rebounds & 1 assist.

Toronto Raptors 100 Atlanta Hawks 88

With the return of some of the big names, Carlos DELFINO had less action than he had in previous games. He finished off with 3 points & 2 rebounds.

4 comments:

halley said...

Yea that's the bitter side about basketball, it's when your favorite team loses to a team such as the Golden State Warriors. I guess Stephen Jackson did a good job against Manu.

But let's cheer up my friend, it's just the 4th loss [but memorable, 21 turnovers] of the San Antonio Spurs. There's still more games to come and I'm sure the Spurs will be back on track. I'm happy though for the Chicago Bulls and the Toronto Raptors. =)

John said...

Thanks for the comment Halley, but I won't solely blame this defeat on Manu's shoulder only.

After all neither did Tony PARKER step up for the Spurs

halley said...

Yea Tony Parker hasn't been playing well lately. Hope the Spurs would get back soon to their usual style of play. Thanks for dropping by.

Time Intact said...

As crazy as Stephen Jackson might be, he's a good defender. Remember his defense on Dirk Nowitzki was a big reason why they won in the infamous first round meltdown of the Mavs against the Warriors last year.