NBA Around the League 11/1: David Lee, Derrick Favors and More

November 1st, 2010 by Daniel Shirley Leave a reply »
There weren’t a lot of games yesterday, but there were still plenty of performances worth noting—both good and bad. So here are some of the notes you need to know from yesterday’s games.

The Jazz got their first win of the season against Oklahoma City. Paul Millsap scored 30 points and pulled down 16 rebounds. There’s been a lot of speculation about who will step up to replace Carlos Boozer in Utah.  Only three games in, Millsap is producing. The more minutes he’s been on the floor, the more he’s produced. Al Jefferson has started off the year nicely as well, although he is not the force on the boards that Millsap is. It looks like Millsap and Jefferson can coexist, but keep an eye on both players as the season has barely begun. Baron Davis continues to disappoint this season. He’s averaging a meager 10.3 points and 5.7 assists a game. The new depth of the Clippers will do nothing to help Davis’s value if he can’t play up to what’s expected of him. Davis has seen a decrease in points in the two seasons leading into this one, but many observers thought he might play mo ...

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