Once Durant crosses that 20,000-point mark, he'll join LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Wilt Chamberlain and Michael Jordan as one of five players to do so before turning 30. "It's something that's special, knowing that I've been in the league for so long, and I've got so much respect as a scorer and as a player, and I don't want to stop here".
While Milwaukee has failed to cover three of its last four games overall, the team was on a 4-0 ATS run prior to that and has risen to this level of competition in the past.
Injury Report: Blake Griffin (concussion), Austin Rivers (ankle), Danilo Gallinari (glute), Patrick Beverley (knee) and Milos Tedodosic (foot) are all out for the Clippers. Prince was injured in the first quarter against the Lakers the night before. Second, "The Los Angeles Clippers have been eliminated in the first round of the playoffs". He got the start.
OAKLAND, California-Kevin Durant became the 44th player in National Basketball Association history to score 20,000 career points on Wednesday night.
Atlanta set up its defense to keep Lou Williams from taking the Clippers' last shot. Lou Williams also might take on more of an offensive load after erupting for a career-high 50 points in the unlikely victory.
Sweet Lou just can't do everything by himself, but he's trying.
Which brings us to today's quiz of the day. Who scored the most points in a single game under the Clipper banner? He even made good on his only attempt from three-point distance, something that has been a weakness in his game since college.
The then chose to foul Jordan on three consecutive possessions. Right now they are a game out of the eight-seed, just behind the New Orleans Pelicans. He required just 25 points to beat up and finally with continuous efforts reached this landmark. We are talking about a team that has won the Western Conference for three-straight years, and is ranked within the top five in various statistical categories, including points, offensive rating, and defensive rating.
But the Clippers were missing players, too. It's one thing for a freak athlete to do it, but for a defensive specialist? He continued to impress in the developmental league, ranking seventh in the league with 22.8 points per game and adding over six rebounds, over five assists, 1.5 steals, and almost a block per contest. "But you could see he was comfortable and he wanted it".