Friday, February 26, 2010

A Career High Win For SCOLA

San Antonio Spurs inconsistency continues as they were unable to keep their momentum going after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunders. This time it was fellow Texas rival the Houston Rockets that dealt them to their 24th loss of the season, beating them 104-109.

While the night belong to Kevin MARTIN; from an Argentinean perspective, I would like to focus more on the one man that keeps reminding the Spurs how much have they lost in this game.

For me this has got to be the biggest nail in the Spurs coffin, three years since they’ve decided to let Luis SCOLA off from their books, allowing him to join the Rockets in the NBA. It doesn’t any get sweeter when tonight, he posted a career high 30 points plus 12 rebounds, 4 assists and one steal to his name.

On the opposite end, Manu GINOBILI could not replicate his performance from the previous game when he only manages 8 points, season high 10 rebounds and 4 assists.

In other games, Fabricio OBERTO had 2 points and 1 assist for the Washington Wizards in their 114-116 lost to the New York Knicks. Andres NOCIONI had 6 points, 1 rebound and 1 assist as the Sacramento Kings defeated the Utah Jazz 103-99.

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