Saturday, December 06, 2008

NBA News - Oberto Gets His Season High

The old Spurs are back. What I meant was in terms how they dominate their opponent and win games. The Golden State Warriors were routed by 123-88 by the Big Three & Co.

Both Manu GINOBILI and Fabricio OBERTO both had excellent performance from a different perspective. No doubt about that.

Manu may have scored as low as 9 points but he was responsible in dishing out 7 assists plus 3 rebounds and 2 steals.

“We’ve had two great games, and hopefully we can keep this going,” said Manu, who led the Spurs with nine assists. “We just tried to move the ball. It’s the things we always try to do, but sometimes it doesn’t work.”

OBERTO came from the bench to contribute a season high performance. He posted 12 points plus 6 rebounds and 2 assists. A rare moment to see him getting the better of his fellow Albiceleste. Well I’m happy to see that he does gives something for the team though he may no longer be their starting center.

The Chicago Bulls ended their two games losing streak by defeating the Washington Wizards 117-110 with a little help from the reserves. Andres NOCIONI made some huge basket alongside Larry HUGHES from the bench. Chapu posted 19 points (it’s been a while since he had a big night like this) and he was had 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal to his credit.


Yaj Nitsuga said...

That was crazy to see the Spurs score 65 in a half and 123 in a non-overtime game...even if it was against the Warriors.

You can see the potential for the offense this season...they just need to get more consistent. For the first time in a long time there are 6 guys on the Spurs that can put up 20+.

About the Tiago Splitter discussion we've been having on my blog, I agree Splitter would have been an excellent addition to the Spurs.

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like it's going to happen.

Juan Pablo Mirabile said...

Thanks for your commentary in my page, it`s so new and it haven`t got a lot of news, but i will write more about argentains sports.

I enjoy to change information and readers. Did you are from argentina? Or what incentivate you to write a blog about Argetinians Sports?

John said...

Juan, I'm actually from Malaysia. The reward I get from writing for this blog is the personal satisfaction on talking/discussing about my beloved Albiceleste.