We got your Terry Rozier wearing Celtic green. Silent L Harrell coming up big in the paint for LA’s other team. And Donovan “Did We Call Him Spider When He Was A Cardinal?” Mitchell.
If the object of the game is to win, score more points than the other team, then Rozier had the best first tilt.
Because, bottom line, Boston prevailed over the Pacers, 84-74. The Clippers and Jazz fell.
Rozier played a solid, but statistically inconsequential 18 minutes. (Seems like Kyrie Irving is playing both guard positions at the same time anyway.) The former Card was a mathematically neutral +/- 0. A veritable place holder.
He scored 5 points, but was only 1/6 from the field, grabbed five rebounds -- He was one of the best rebounding guards ever to wear the Red & Black -- and dished out a couple dimes.
If the point of this exercise is which of the trio had the best individual game, Montrezl is the easy winner.
He was a beast underneath -- Imagine our surprise -- especially in the first half, though his Clippers fell by 17 to Golden State.
26 points on 11/15 shooting. Five boards. Two assists, two steals, two blocks. Alas, he was -13.
It was an under par evening all around for Mitchell. He scored 19 but didn’t have an assist. Five rebounds.
The Jazz -- Isn’t it time Utah changed its nickname which worked in New Orleans, but doesn’t fit at all in Salt Lake City? -- were overwhelmed by Houston, 122-90.
DM shoulda stayed in bed.
-- Seedy K