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NBA Roundup: Screw You, Kareem

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Redd... Zone. Kareem-Abdul Jabbar's Bucks team scoring record went down last night, as Michael Redd lit up the Utah Jazz for 57 points. Redd's teammates, however... well, they were there. The Jazz got 32 from Carlos Boozer (he's still a prick, right?) and 27 from Deron Williams. Oh, and the Jazz also won, putting them at 6-1 on the season.

That's More Like It. Amare Stoudamire had his best game of the young season, flashing some of the pre-microfracture form. In 25 minutes, Amare put up 25 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, and blocked two shots. As for Memphis, When Phoenix holds you to under 90 points (never happens), they outrebound you (also never happens), and Chucky Atkins is your leading scorer (that really never happens)... you might be in a little bit of trouble. Suns win 96-87.


Red Auerbach Would've Wasted A Cigar On This One. In an appropriate response to the criticism that he quit the other night, LeBron James led the Cavs back from a 19-point fourth quarter deficit against Boston. James finished with 38 points, including 19-of-23 shooting from the free-throw line. Cavs win, 94-93.

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