Cats in the NBA

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Kelenna Azubuike: Golden State Warriors Stats (9 games): 13.9 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 1.1 APG Outlook: Azubuike was really having another solid season before tearing a tendon in his knee.  'Buike will be out the rest of the season, but look for his to come back strong in 2011. Keith Bogans: San Antonio Spurs Stats (33 games): 5.1 PPG, 1.3 APG, 42.5 3P% Outlook: Bogans is playing 19.9 minutes per game for the Spurs, and is shooting the ball very well.  Look for Keith to play a role in a playoff run for the aging Spurs.  Bogans is on his 5th NBA team in his career. Chuck Hayes: Houston Rockets Stats (37 games): 4.7 PPG, 6.1 RPG, 1.7 APG Outlook: Hayes has somehow become the starting center for the Rockets, and amazing accomplishment for a 6-6 guy.  Several articles have been written about how Hayes may be a symbol of the changing 5-man in the NBA.  He obviously is not one of the Rockets scoring threats, but Hayes is doing what he always did at UK, and thats whatever is necessary. Jamaal Magloire: Miami Heat Stats (8 games): 2.8 PPG, 3.1 RPG, 69.2 FG% Outlook: Magloire is seeing very limited action for the Heat this season, but is shooting nearly 70-percent when he does get on the floor.  It appears that either the Heat are not the right team for Magloire, or he is on the tail end of a very good career. Jodie Meeks: Milwaukee Bucks Stats (26 games): 4.5 PPG, 1.8 RPG, 30.0 3P% Outlook: Meeks has seen his minutes decline over the past 20 games, probably due to a less than great shooting percentage.  But, we have to remember that Meeks is still just a rookie, but for him to be a good NBA player, he MUST find his jump shot. Nazr Mohammed: Charlotte Bobcats Stats (35 games): 7.3 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 58.1 FG% Outlook: Mohammed continues to be a very solid big man in the NBA, leading the suprising Bobcats to a 16-19 record and a real shot at a playoff berth. Randolph Morris: Atlanta Hawks Stats (17 games): 2.8 PPG, 1.6 RPG, 51.4 FG% Outlook: Morris has seen spotty action throughout the season, only seeing more than 10 minutes in a game once.  But, the Hawks are very good and if Morris can hang on the roster, we may see some of him come playoffs time. Tayshaun Prince: Detroit Pistons Stats (9 games): 8.9 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 2.2 APG Outlook: In what has likely been Prince's worst year since his rookie season, he continues to not be able to get healthy, leaving the Pistons most recent game with a sore knee.  Prince had become a real star in Detorit, but that franchise has been hurting since acquiring Allen Iverson, and with Prince hurt, they continue to struggle. Rajon Rondo: Boston Celtics Stats: Amazing Outlook: Kickin ass

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