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performance. In one tough-to-watch stretch, a Philadelphia shot clock violation bailed him out of biting on a Spencer Hawes up-fake from beyond the arc, and then he committed a horrific turnover in transition. He finished with one point
victory over the Cavaliers ‘NET RESULTS: Rockets guard James Harden throws a pass between the legs of 76ers center Spencer Hawes that results in a layup for Greg Smith . Pacers guard Gerald Green skies for a dunk vs. the Jazz. Zach McCormick
driving baseline. There was also a swooping hook and the pair of blocks (plural) he made on 7-foot Sixer center Spencer Hawes at the rim. In seven preseason games, Green has averaged 14 points and four rebounds, while shooting 49 percent from the floor
Garnett said. “You go through them on side picks it’s physical. I can’t tell one guy from the next. Spencer Hawes is being just as physical as the young kid. It’s all the same.” Allen’s doing something right because
he has, why? But the value is why.” It’s also the matchup. Elton Brand is banged up and not moving well. Spencer Hawes is ill-equipped to handle him. The one player who has been reasonably effective against Garnett has been rookie Lavoy Allen
was execution and strategy. The Sixers were having their way with the Celtics late in the third quarter, thanks to Spencer Hawes and rookie big man Lavoy Allen, who carved them up on pick and pops. They tried Brandon Bass. They tried Greg
Kevin Garnett and Brandon Bass vs. Elton Brand and Spencer Hawes : Garnett dominated Brand during the regular season, but he figures to see some time on the 7-foot Hawes who would be a tough cover for Bass
12 points and 9 rebounds. His night was highlighted by a pair of athletic dunks and two blocks on Philly 7-footer Spencer Hawes at the rim. Green started alongside Paul Pierce on the wing with Brandon Bass (10 points, 4 rebounds) and Kevin
discover which units work best together, the better. Off center : Without Kevin Garnett , who would normally treat Spencer Hawes like Hulk treated Loki in “The Avengers,” Rivers turned to Sullinger and Milicic to guard the Sixers center. Often
Spencer Hawes might have been the best player on the court. That's all you need to know about the Celtics' 107-75 preseason loss to the 76ers. Hawes finished with 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists in 18 minutes
Jason Richardson, Nick Young. Bigs: Bynum, Brown, Spencer Hawes , Lavoy Allen, Arnett Moultrie. The Sixers have one natural ..... power forward in Allen. The plan appeared to be using Hawes at the four, which is ... interesting. Forgetting natural
deal, but he’s a keeper. Vucecic flashed some skill as a rookie, but fell out of Doug Collins’ rotation when Spencer Hawes returned and Harkless is an intriguing talent, but still raw. Eyenga has two years in the league but he’s played
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