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kings 96 wizards 94 1/28/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC ESPN Boxscore NBA.com Game Highlights (Photo by Ned Dishman)   This is a no brainer, It has to be Emeka Okafor. The dude once again was lights out. 23 points and 15 rebounds on 9/13 shooting. Considering how dominant he was in the first quarter, I’m a little surprised that Wittman and the rest of the team didn’t continue to feed him the ball in the low post. One possession particularly stands out late in the game when they decided to try and feed the ball to Nene in the paint with the game on the line. Ultimately, this didn’t end up leading to the team’s loss, but I felt as though, in that moment, with the game on the line, you should always feed the ball to your best player. Okafor deserved to have the ball at that time and for whatever reason, they didn’t give it to him. 23 and 15 is great, but he could’ve had 35 and 20 if they kept feeding him the ball. Bradley Beal: Easily one of ...
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