In The Paint

In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 12)

Last Night’s Games   Hornets 76 – Hawks 103  This was an embarrassing game for the Hornets. Jeremy Lamb was able to lead the team with 21 points, five rebounds, one assist, and two steals in 33 minutes off the bench, though. The Hawks minutes were extremely spread out, as they had this game ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 11)

Last Night’s Games   Pacers 120 – Sixers 111 Paul George led the Pacers offense, but Myles Turner was able to post the best line. He double doubled with 18 points, 13 ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 10)

Last Night’s Games   Raptors 110 – Knicks 97  DeMar DeRozan led the offense with 35 points, but Kyle Lowry was able to post the best line. He double doubled with 17 points, ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 9)

Last Night’s Games   Bulls 106 – Nets 107 Dwyane Wade returned to action last night, but he only played 25 minutes and Jimmy Butler was able to lead the team. Butler scored ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 8)

Last Night’s Games   Hawks 114 – Cavs 100   The Hawks benched multiple players last night, which led to no one playing more than 26 minutes last night. Mike Muscala looked great ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 7)

Last Night’s Games   Bucks 89 – Pacers 104 Giannis Antetokounmpo has been the leader of the Bucks all season, and that was the case again last night. He scored a team-high 25 ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 6)

Last Night’s Games   Heat 112 – Hornets 99 Goran Dragic and James Johnson led the Heat offense, but Hassan Whiteside was able to post a huge double double. He scored 13 ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 5)

Last Night’s Games   Hornets 111 – Wizards 118   Kemba Walker continued his hot streak last night, as he was the leader of the Hornets offense. He scored 37 points to go ...

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In the Paint: Daily NBA Primer (April 4)

Last Night’s Games   Blazers 109 – Wolves 110 Damian Lillard wasn’t the most efficient player on the court for the Blazers, but he was able to lead the team. He scored ...

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