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NBA Week 15 Best Players Analysis

Written by Michael Gordon   
Monday, 11 February 2013 22:52

NBA Week 15 AnalysisA week of competition at the NBA, near the Ecuador of the season usually marks the weekend's All-Star. Miami and Oklahoma City were hits in these seven days, as did the Venezuelan Greivis Vasquez, who was spectacular.

The basis of the Hornets signed one week round, because large numbers of paragraphs in which we are accustomed to seeing stress, added a substantial improvement in the rest. His statistics say it all: 19 points, 6.3 rebounds and 10 assists with 63% shooting in the field and 50% in the 3-pointers in games played, sold off two victories for his own, and in the regaining that lost them balls (2,3).

To make matters worse, the Caracas recorded the first triple-double of his career in the NBA, was the only one with Paul Pierce that he did this week-, against Atlanta, and was the second highest in the league asistidor, tied among others with Spanish point guard Ricky Rubio Timberwolves and only behind Jameer Nelson, and the sixth player in the entire NBA efficiency.


The Venezuelan was by far the highlight of Hispanic players, while others like Al Horford, Marc Gasol, Trevor Ariza or Rubio said, also fared poorly in the week. As it was not bad at Extremadura Jose Calderon who, after a frustrating start, the result of a lack of rapport with his new teammates, enjoyed a great game against Milwaukee for Charlie Villanueva helped by the arrival of his former teammate on the Raptors seems to have seated more than good.

On the bad side, the loose weeks lived by Luis Scola in the Suns and, above all, the serious injury to Pau Gasol, who will have a good season out of the game, in a week when Carlos Delfino returned to the game after several parties' absence.

Statistical Leaders of the week

Points: Carmelo Anthony (34), LeBron James (31.3), Tony Parker (30.3), James Harden (29.8) and LaMarcus Aldridge (27). Hispanics: Greivis Vasquez (19). Newbie: Damian Lillard (15.5).

Rebounds: Nikola Vucevic (15), Omer Asik (13.5), Tyson Chandler (12.8), Greg Monroe (12.3) and Reggie Evans (11.8). Hispanics: Al Horford (8.3). Newbie: Jonas Valanciunas (7.7).

Assists: Jameer Nelson (10.7), Ricky Rubio, Greivis Vasquez and Jeff Teague (10) and Tony Parker (9). Newbie: Damian Lillard (7.5).

Caps: Roy Hibbert and JaVale McGee (3.5), Samuel Dalembert (3.3), Serge Ibaka (3) and Brook Lopez (2.8). Hispanics: Francisco Garcia (2). Rookies: Anthony Davis (2).

Recoveries: Rudy Gay (3.7), Brandon Jennings (3.3), Russell Westbrook (3.3), Dwyane Wade (3) and Kawhi Leonard (2.7). Hispanics: Greivis Vasquez (2,3). Newbie: Jae Crowder (1.7).

Efficiency: LeBron James (35.3), James Harden (34.3), Tony Parker (33.3), Samuel Dalembert (31) and LaMarcus Aldridge (30.8). Hispanics: Greivis Vasquez (30). Rookies: Andrew Nicholson and Damian Lillard (15.3).


James Harden (Rockets): 36 points, 12 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals against Miami and 35 points, 7 rebounds and 11 assists with 13 of 16 in field goal against Portland
Samuel Dalembert (Bucks): 35 points and 12 rebounds on 17 of 21 field goal against Denver
Paul Pierce (Celtics): 27 points, 14 rebounds and 14 assists against Denver
Carmelo Anthony (Knicks), 42 points and 8 rebounds against Clippers
LeBron James (Heat): 31 points, 8 assists 8rebotes and with 13 of 14 in field goal against Charlotte

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