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Tuesday, December 17th, 2013 at 10:32 am  |  13 responses

Joe Johnson Drops 29 Points in Third Quarter vs Sixers (VIDEO)

The Nets guard was en fuego.

How are these for some stats: 29 points, 8 three-pointers. Now consider that Joe Johnson put that up in one quarter. (He finished with 37 points and 10 threes.) Not bad, eh? Peep highlights above.

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  • 360

    Damn!

  • Jonathan Faulkner

    I can’t understand why this is getting so little attention, 8 threes in one quarter? 29 points? Ridiculous…

  • http://signup.divinerenergy.com/ Anthony Dixon

    because he’ll drop 10 points next game

  • emmalynnnil321

    My Uncle Jacob got a year 2013 Audi
    TT RS Coupe by working part time online. imp source J­a­m­2­0­.­ℂ­o­m

  • pposse

    29 pts in a qtr is effin ridiculous!

  • hailsatan

    Whoa Joe!

  • Tarzan Cooper

    best two guard in the game. yep, ill stand by that. wade is too oft injured. harden plays zero defense, takes horrible shots, and sucks from 3.

  • Jonathan Faulkner

    He may well drop 10 the next game, but it doesn’t alter the fact that for 12 minutes he was unconscious, any player deserves due respect for that level of play.

  • http://signup.divinerenergy.com/ Anthony Dixon

    definetly

  • Nick Holden

    Well I guess this is type of play we all envisioned for 2013/14 Sixers

  • Tobias Fernandez

    Thing of beauty

  • butternuts

    Any player making 120 mil should be able to demonstrate that level of play (or darn near close) more then once every two seasons.

  • Jonathan Faulkner

    I don’t disagree, his play doesn’t match his contract, not even close, he is wildly inconsistent. However what I am saying is we should celebrate that moment in time, for a quarter he was unstoppable, respect due. Scott Skiles is probably known to most people as a fairly good coach, few would remember his NBA career, however one night he set the NBA record for assists with 30, for that one night the same parallel applies to a greater degree.

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