Box Score Bulletin': Nov. 21

November 21, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Hawks shooting guard Kyle Korver (26) celebrates a game winning three with small forward Josh Smith (5) in overtime against the Washington Wizards at Philips Arena. The Hawks won 101-100 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Daniel Shirey-US PRESSWIRE

Welcome all stat geeks! “Box Score Bulletin’” is sifting through, analyzing and summarizing all of the NBA box scores from the previous day and night, so you don’t have to! So sip your coffee and enjoy the good, the bad and the ugly…

Editor’s note: My apologies, as we were hit with some technical difficulties, thus you’re seeing a quick, abbreviated version of Box Score Bulletin’. Major stats and one-liners only. Back on Saturday with Friday night’s games.

Raptors (3-9) 97 @ Bobcats (6-4) 98

  • Leading scorers: TOR – Andrea Bargnani 25, CHA – Kemba Walker 19.
  • Leading rebounds: TOR – Jonas Valanciunas 10, CHA – Byron Mullens, Bismack Biyombo 8.
  • Leading assists: TOR – Kyle Lowry 8, CHA – Kemba Walker 7.
  • Jonas Valanciunas finally got some big minutes (35), played in the 4th quarter and produced another double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Pistons (2-10) 74 @ Magic (4-7) 90

  • Leading scorers: DET – Greg Monroe 19, ORL – Andrew Nicholson 15.
  • Leading rebounds: DET – Greg Monroe, Tayshaun Prince 8, ORL – Glen Davis 14.
  • Leading assists: DET – Brandon Knight 5, ORL – Jameer Nelson, J.J. Redick 7.
  • J.J. Redick’s assists numbers have been excellent this season. So far, he’s averaging 5.2 assists on the year.

76ers (7-5) 83 @ Cavaliers (3-8) 92

  • Leading scorers: PHI – Jrue Holiday, Jason Richardson 16, CLE – Jeremy Pargo 28.
  • Leading rebounds: PHI –  Thaddeus Young 11, CLE – Anderson Varejao 19.
  • Leading assists: PHI – Evan Turner 7, CLE – Dion Waiters 6.
  • Ummmm… Jeremy Pargo, WTF?!?

Hornets (3-7) 107 @ Pacers (6-7) 115 – OT

  • Leading scorers: NOH – Robin Lopez 21, IND – Paul George 37.
  • Leading rebounds: NOH – Robin Lopez 13, IND – Roy Hibbert 11.
  • Leading assists: NOH – Greivis Vasquez 8, IND – George Hill 7.
  • All Roy Hibbert did was record the team’s first triple double since 2003. 11 blocked shots!?! Of course he sat on my fantasy bench.

Spurs (9-3) 112 @ Celtics (6-6) 100

  • Leading scorers: SAN – Tony Parker 26, BOS – Rajon Rondo 22.
  • Leading rebounds: SAN – Tim Duncan 15, BOS – Jared Sullinger 7.
  • Leading assists: SAN – Tony Parker 6, BOS – Rajon Rondo 15.
  • Rajon Rondo easily extends his double digit assist streak to 35 games.

Wizards (0-10) 100 @ Hawks (6-4) 101 – OT

  • Leading scorers: WAS – Kevin Seraphin 21, ATL – Josh Smith 25.
  • Leading rebounds: WAS – Trevor Ariza 15, ATL – Josh Smith 12.
  • Leading assists: WAS – A.J. Price 7, ATL – Al Horford 10.
  • Josh Smith finally steps up with a 25 and 12 as the Hawks narrowly escape.

Bucks (6-4) 106 @  Heat (9-3) 113 - OT

  • Leading scorers: MIL – Brandon Jennings 19, MIA – LeBron James, Dwyane Wade 28.
  • Leading rebounds: MIL – John Henson 18, MIA – Chris Bosh 18.
  • Leading assists: MIL – Brandon Jennings 6, MIA – LeBron James 8.
  • Wow. John Henson gets some major minutes and turns in a 17 point, 18 rebound performance.

Clippers (8-3) 111 @ Thunder (9-3) 117 – OT

  • Leading scorers: LAC – Blake Griffin 23, OKC – Kevin Durant 35.
  • Leading rebounds: LAC – DeAndre Jordan 10, OKC – Serge Ibaka 12.
  • Leading assists: LAC – Chris Paul 9, OKC – Russell Westbook 9.
  • Durant, Westbook and Martin combined for 78 of the 117 points scored.

Bulls (5-6) 89 @ Rockets (5-7) 93

  • Leading scorers: CHI – Nate Robinson 21, HOU – James Harden 28.
  • Leading rebounds: CHI – Carlos Boozer 15, HOU – Chandler Parsons 13.
  • Leading assists: CHI – Kirk Hinrich 6, HOU – James Harden, Jeremy Lin 3.
  • Chandler Parsons has been underrated all season. He played another 40 minutes and put up 18 points (7-13 FG) and 13 rebounds.

Nuggets (6-6) 101 @ Timberwolves (5-5) 94

  • Leading scorers: DEN – Danilo Gallinari 19, MIN – Kevin Love 34.
  • Leading rebounds: DEN – Kenneth Faried 14, MIN – Kevin Love 14.
  • Leading assists: DEN – Ty Lawson 9, MIN – Luke Ridnour 6.
  • Kevin Love, welcome back! Returning two weeks early from his broken hand, love posted 34 points and 14 rebounds. How typical of him (also left on my fantasy bench… a bad night for my fantasy squads).

Knicks (8-2) 111 @ Mavericks (7-6) 114

  • Leading scorers: NYK – Carmelo Anthony 23, DAL – O.J. Mayo 27.
  • Leading rebounds: NYK – Tyson Chandler 13, DAL – Elton Brand 8.
  • Leading assists: NYK – Raymond Felton 11, DAL – Darren Collison 7.
  • The usually stingy Knicks gave up 114 points to the Mavs, including 13-27 from behind the arc and 49.4% shooting overall.

Trail Blazers (5-6) 87 @ Suns (5-7) 114

  • Leading scorers: POR – Damian Lillard 24, PHX – Marcin Gortat 22.
  • Leading rebounds: POR – LaMarcus Aldridge 7, PHX – Marcin Gortat, Markieff Morris 7.
  • Leading assists: POR – Nicolas Batum 4, PHX – Goran Dragic 8.
  • The Suns shot an incredible 59.7% (46-77 FG) from the floor in pounding the Blazers by 27.

Lakers (6-6) 97 @ Kings (3-8) 113

  • Leading scorers: LAL – Kobe Bryant 38, SAC – Marcus Thornton 23.
  • Leading rebounds: LAL – Pau Gasol, Dwight Howard 9, SAC – Jason Thompson 10.
  • Leading assists: LAL – Pau Gasol 4, SAC – Tyreke Evans 6.
  • I know nobody wants to hear it, but Kobe Bryant really should be getting MVP consideration. 38 points on 11-20 shooting, including 5-9 from three and 11-13 from the line.

Nets (6-4) 93 @ Warriors (7-5) 102

  • Leading scorers: BKN – Brook Lopez 22, GSW – Stephen Curry 25.
  • Leading rebounds: BKN – Andray Blatche 7, GSW – David Lee 13.
  • Leading assists: BKN – Deron Williams 8, GSW – Jarrett Jack 9.
  • Steph Curry and Klay Thompson finally shot the ball a bit better together in this one, combining to go 17-32 from the field.

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