The Eastern and Western players of the week are Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin and Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James. They were named players of the Eastern and Western Conferences players of the week for the games played from Monday to Sunday this week.
The only East perfect record was led by LeBron James, and the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to go through their bad times and do a 3-0 streak, as their leader averaged 25.7 points (second in the East conference) 8,7 assists (tied on the fourth place in the East conference) adding 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 steals (tied third in the East conference). With his shots .500 and better from field he managed to lift the Cleveland Cavaliers from 4-8 to 7-8 in the past week. He managed to record two double-doubles with 29-points 10 rebounds 8-assists and 3-steals as Cleveland beat Washington Wizards with 113-87 the week that passed.
On the other side of the continent, Blake Griffin helped the Los Angeles Clippers to a 4-0 streak, with 23.8 points average (fourth in the West Conference), 9.8 rebounds (Seventh in the West conference) and 5.0 assists. The victories that Los Angeles Clippers were celebrating came on the road, in their enemies’ arenas. The best game of Blake Griffin this week was the game agains Charlotte Hornets with 113-92 as the player of the week was lacking one assist to write another triple-double under his name. The game finished with him having 22 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists.
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Let’s see the stats of the players of the weeks and their games this last week, as well as their effort made and contribution for their team to win.
He was back to .500 and more against the Wizards where he led his team in the shiny 113-87 victory.
Nov. 24 vs. Orlando: Posted 29 points, 11 assists, four rebounds and three steals in a 106-74 win over the Magic.
Nov. 26 vs. Washington: Put in 29 points, 10 rebounds, eight assists and three steals in a 113-87 win over the Wizards.
Nov. 29 vs. Indiana: Managed to score 19 points and added seven assists in a 109-97 win over the Indiana Pacers.
Blake Griffin, Los Angeles Clippers
As Paul said about Griffin, he has the most powerful dunk slam finish in the NBA
Nov. 24 vs. Charlotte: Managed to put 22 points, 16 rebounds and nine assists during a 113-92 win over the Hornets.
Nov. 28 vs.Houston: Collected his second double-double of the week with 30 points and 10 rebounds in a 102-85 win over the Rockets.
Nov. 29 vs. Utah: Scored 28 points, as well as six rebounds and three assists during a 112-96 win over the Jazz.
Let’s take a look at the other nominates from the East and West Conference:
Atlanta’s Jeff Teague, Los Angeles Clippers’ Chris Paul, Houston’s James Harden, Miami’s Chris Bosh and more.