Originally written on Stepien Rules  |  Last updated 11/15/14

Last night marked the fifth game in six nights for Cavaliers Forward Luke Harangody. That six game stretch included a 16 point, 10 rebound, double/double during the first start of his NBA career against the Washington Wizards, as well as a four game back-to-back-to-back-to-back which no other player in the NBA or NBDL has completed this season besides Gody.

I don't know that for a fact to be honest, but I am as sure as I can be without definitely knowing that nobody else has played four straight in and around the League this season. We'd have probably heard about that. We'd have also probably heard if somebody else had squeezed a fifth game in over six days too, but that's besides the point.

Gody didn't just play in those four games, he helped multiple teams win in the process. After leading the Cavs to that victory over the Wizards, he then did the same for the Canton Charge in their first round playoff series too. What more do you want from the guy?

In the Cavaliers loss to the Sixers on Wednesday, Luke was back up in the League again but he didn't get nearly as much playing time as he should have. He did finish with two points on a sick fade-away from the right corner though, to go along with 4 rebounds, in 13 minutes of work. Next game he'll definetely play more assuming the Cavaliers want to win that one. 

After the game last night, I caught up with Gody and we talked about the recent tear he's been on.

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