Four different Michigan NBA alumni reached double digits last week.
He also corralled three rebounds and dished an assist in the loss. His Lakers are 18-12 and just two games behind the Golden State Warriors in the Pacific Division. He’ll be needed to steady the ship amidst a host of injuries.
The gregarious German notched five points in seven minutes the previous night at Charlotte, his first points since scoring 10 in his professional debut Dec. 6.
He filled up the stat sheet, scoring 17 points, distributing five assists, grabbing two boards and recording a steal.
He notched seven more dimes in a 107-99 Saturday triumph over the Timberwolves.
While just 2-for-7 from deep last week, he managed to reach double figures by driving the lane and drawing fouls. He connected on four freebies against Toronto and four two-pointers.
He mustered seven more points, two rebounds, two assists, a block and a steal in a 92-83 Wednesday loss to Memphis.
Tim Hardaway, Jr. continues to do his thing in New York. He racked up another 20-point game Wednesday in a road loss to the Cavaliers.
Caris Levert is nearing his return for Brooklyn, but “has not started sprinting yet.”
The Nets sorely need their top scorer, as they are 5-10 without him.
In 11 games, the 6-foot-8 gunner has averaged 19.5 points per game, hitting treys at a nearly 48 percent clip.