Ten former Wildcats were in action on Saturday in the National Basketball Association.
Julius Rande, a Dallas native, sealed the Lakers’ overtime win in Dallas with a clutch offensive rebound and layup with 18 seconds remaining. The Lakers trailed by trailed by double-digits in the fourth quarter, but Randle’s 23 points and 15 rebounds (six points in overtime) were a huge reason for the comeback win.
John Wall was also a hero in overtime for his team. Wall led the Washington Wizards to their first overtime win this season. Wall scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half and in overtime. Oh and he recorded a season-high 16 assists.
|Julius Randle||107-101 W/OT vs. DAL||23||9-15 (0-0)||15||2||0||0||7||+12|
|Skal Labissiere||126-105 L vs. LAC||14||5-8 (2-2)||7||1||1||1||0||-3|
|Willie Cauley-Stein||126-105 L vs. LAC||23||10-16 (1-1)||13||4||1||1||2||-6|
|Patrick Patterson||101-91 W vs. CHA||6||1-6 (1-3)||5||1||0||0||0||+4|
|Michael Kidd-Gilchrist||101-91 L vs. OKC||6||2-9 (0-0)||2||2||1||1||2||-10|
|Malik Monk||101-91 L vs. OKC||5||2-5 (1-4)||1||1||0||0||0||-11|
|John Wall||119-113 W/OT vs. BKN||23||9-24 (0-2)||3||16||2||0||9||+6|
|Jodie Meeks||119-113 W/OT vs. BKN||3||1-1 (1-1)||1||0||0||0||0||-3|
|Jamal Murray||112-80 L vs. SAS||2||1-7 (0-3)||1||2||0||0||0||-18|
|Trey Lyles||112-80 L vs. SAS||3||1-9 (0-2)||5||1||0||0||1||-9|
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