There is no more Flash?
Originally Posted by Beantown
12-06-2012 10:04 AM
Reno is the Jazz affilate now.
KM has 26 in 38 minutes in Reno's last game
Murph's warming up!
The Reno Bighorns (2-2) defeated the Bakersfield Jam (4-3), 106-86 Saturday at the Reno Events Center.
Originally Posted by homeytennis
The Bighorns’ offense was too much for the Jam to handle, with five Bighorns in double-digits led by Utah Jazz assignee Kevin Murphy, who had 26 points on 10-19 from the field. Sacramento Kings’ assignee Tyler Honeycutt had a game-high 40 minutes to go with his game-high 15 rebounds and 17 points. Forward Marcus Landry shot 9-12 from the field, including 5-8 from the three point line, good for 23 points.
Renaldo Major led the Jamwith 19 points. Center Brian Butch recorded a double-double, with 12 points and 11 rebounds.
The Jam kept it close throughout the fourth quarter but were done in by 26 turnovers. The Bighorns held the Jam to 41.4 percent shooting. Reno also had 22 assists, compared to Bakersfield’s 11.
The Bighorns will face the Jam again at home at 7 p.m. Monday. Monday is Season of Giving Night, where any fans who bring a can of food or toiletry item to donate will receive a free ticket to the game.
The Reno Bighorns (2-3) fell to the Bakersfield Jam (5-3) in a thriller Monday night, 114-109. Utah Jazz assignee Kevin Murphy missed a three-pointer to tie the game with 8.6 seconds left in the game. The Bighorns and Jam played close all night, with 11 lead changes in the game. The Jam took 16 more free throws than the Bighorns, making 87.5 percent of them.
Darnell Jackson led the Bighorns with 22 points and seven rebounds. Murphy (18), Anthony Richardson (16), Garrett Temple (14) and Antoine Wright (14) all recorded double-digit points for the ‘Horns.
Murph had 18 points last night in 36 minutes in a Reno loss. The player of the game appeared to be Damion James who was a 2010 first round pick and last played with OKC and was a teammate of Kevin Durrant at Texas. James is a small forward.
I think the kid has talent. I think it was good to send him down so he can stay in shape and get some experience. I know it is the D-League but he is playing against some NBA talent. I liked what he did in the summer league and I think he could eventually be a spot role player like Jeremy Evans.
Who knows he could even be a decent role player since he can shoot the ball and seems to have a decent BB IQ.
Agree. It seems to me like the DLeague has better talent in it this year and I don't know if that is attirbutable to the lock out and for things to settle in.