Thursday, January 17th, 2008 at 5:10 pm  |  9 responses

Player of the D.A.Y.


By Sam Rubenstein

As I write this, there are 643 comments on Holly’s Post-Up from this morning. This won’t even be 643 words long. Not even close. Last night, the race for Player of the D.A.Y. came down to Danny Granger leading an upset over Golden State, Ray Allen in a battle of the feel good teams from each coast, or the winner… Gerald Wallace 36, 14, and 5, with 3 steals and a block in a win over Orlando.

Return to your business of posting comments on Holly’s post. I expect at least 800 will be there by the time I leave today.

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  • http://www.freewebs.com/betcats BETCATS

    G FORCE 1

  • http://whitehoteboysworld.blogspot.com white hot eboy

    Wallace deserved it, for sure.

  • Dark

    G Wallace has been playing like a man POSSESSED lately. I had only seen some of his highlights, but I never had the impression that he would be able to put up multiple 30+ point games. Guess I was wrong.

  • http://none Mike D’Antoni


  • Captain America

    Rubber man excels. What an exciting player to watch.

  • http://www.myspace.com/2536545 Bryan

    Close Sam,very close.

  • niQ

    the bobcats are getting scary.
    Muhammad needs more playing time.
    Felton should just distribute more instead of taking so many shots.

  • Johnny Pinball

    This is actually inspired by comments from Holly’s post, but I can’t post this there because there are just too many comments. 643?! Someone has to try and balance the universe.

    Anyways, someone was talking about David West being an underrated player. True, he is. And here’s another one for ya: Jose Calderon

    Take a look at the assist per 48 min. leaders:
    1. Steve Nash
    2. Jason Kidd
    3. Chris Paul
    4. Jose Calderon
    5. Deron Williams

    Jose also has the best assist/turnover ratio in the entire league.

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apathy hursty

    yep, no doubt about it, g force was the one 4 the player of the D.A.Y.