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BBNBA: Isaac Humphries scores first career points




  • In case you missed it earlier this week, former Kentucky big man Isaac Humphries was signed by the Atlanta Hawks for the remainder of the season. After leaving Kentucky to play for the Sydney Kings in the NBL of Australia, Humphries took home Rookie of the Year honors in his first season as a pro. The 7-footer spent this season for the Hawks’ G-League affiliate, the Erie BayHawks, where he started 34 of 46 games and averaged 11.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks per contest.
    Today was the first time that Humphries suited up for the Hawks and he was able to get on the board in the scoring column just before the end of the first quarter. The Hawks may have lost to the Spurs, but it was a night that Humphries will never forget as he finished with 4 points, 5 rebounds, and a steal in his NBA debut. Here’s what Humphries had to say about getting signed to an NBA contract.

  • Russell Westbrook absolutely dominated in Oklahoma City’s 119-103 win over the Los Angeles Lakers last night. Westbrook finished with 20 points, 20 rebounds, and 21 assists. Yes, you read that right, he had a 20-20-20 game, only the second one in NBA history. Secondarily in this game, former Cat Rajon Rondo flirted with a triple-double of his own, with 7 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 assists. For the Thunder, Nerlens Noel had 7 points, 3 rebounds, and a block in 15 minutes, while Hamidou Diallo played less than a minute and Patrick Patterson didn’t check in.
  • The Sacramento Kings were completely overmatched by James Harden’s 36 points, as the Houston Rockets picked up the 25-point win. Both De’Aaron Fox and Willie Cauley-Stein struggled last night, finishing with a combined 11 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 turnovers. Fox shot just 3 of 8 from the field, while WCS made just one of his seven attempts.
  • The top teams in the Western Conference were flexing their muscles last night, as the Golden State Warriors beat up on the Denver Nuggets in a similar fashion to the Rockets’ win over the Kings. The Warriors were led in scoring, rebounds, and blocks by DeMarcus Cousins. Boogie racked up 28 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 blocks, and 2 steals.


PlayerResult PointsFG (3FG)Reb.Ast.StealsBlocksTOs+/-Mins.
Isaac Humphries117-111 loss to Spurs42-9 (0-3)50100+118
DeMarcus Cousins116-102 win over Nuggets2812-17 (2-4)125225+1129
Jamal Murray116-102 loss to Warriors176-14 (1-5)43502-1229
Trey Lyles116-102 loss to Warriors72-5 (0-2)12101+218
Jarred Vanderbilt116-102 loss to Warriors104-4 (0-0)30100+167
De'Aaron Fox130-105 loss to Rockets93-8 (0-1)25014-2124
Willie Cauley-Stein116-102 loss to Warriors21-7 (0-0)50000-1221
Rajon Rondo119-103 loss to Thunder73-11 (0-4)109114-2536
Nerlens Noel119-103 win over Lakers73-4 (0-0)31011-1015
Hamidou Diallo116-102 loss to Warriors00-0 (0-0)00000+01






  • Indiana Pacers at Detroit Pistons, 7pm ET
  • New York Knicks (Kevin Knox) at Orlando Magic (Isaiah Briscoe), 7pm ET
  • Chicago Bulls at Washington Wizards (John Wall), 7pm ET
  • Boston Celtics at Miami Heat (Bam Adebayo), 7:30pm ET on NBATV
  • Philadelphia 76ers at Atlanta Hawks (Alex Poythress, Isaac Humphries), 7:30pm ET
  • Toronto Raptors (Jodie Meeks) at Brooklyn Nets, 7:30pm ET
  • Charlotte Hornets (Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Malik Monk) at New Orleans Pelicans (Anthony Davis, Julius Randle, Darius Miller), 8pm ET
  • Minnesota Timberwolves (Karl-Anthony Towns) at Dallas Mavericks, 8:30pm ET
  • San Antonio Spurs at Denver Nuggets (Jamal Murray, Trey Lyles), 9pm ET
  • Utah Jazz at Phoenix Suns (Devin Booker), 10pm ET
  • Memphis Grizzlies at Portland Trail Blazers (Skal Labissiere, Enes Kanter), 10pm ET
  • Houston Rockets (Terrence Jones) at Los Angeles Clippers (Shai Gilgeous-Alexander), 10:30pm ET on NBATV


Article written by Brett Bibbins

Graduate of the University of Kentucky in 2015. Spend my free time watching sports, The Office or Harry Potter. Three-word phrases to live by: For The Kids and Cats by 90 @BrettBibbinsKSR

2 Comments for BBNBA: Isaac Humphries scores first career points

  1. Smyrna_Cat
    3:10 pm April 3, 2019 Permalink

    Westbrook is an awesome athlete and a very good player … and superb stats stuffer. But it is worth noting that in the game against the Lakers, he also shot 8-23. He has a tendency to want to play “hero ball” and make the hard shot and to stuff the stats, and it is hard to imagine that kind of playing – and 8-23 shooting – leading to a championship.

    Kudos to Humpries!!! He has worked hard to get here. Love to hear this kind of information.

    • N-UR-i
      7:13 pm April 3, 2019 Permalink

      He is a freak athlete, but not a leader or floor general. He is too busy trying to look pretty off the court and flashy on the court.