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Topic - Gerald Green
Gerald Green came to the NBA straight from high school with an abundance of raw talent that never translated into a big-time pro career.
Gerald Green scored 25 of his career-high 41 points in the third quarter and the Phoenix Suns erased a 16-point deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 128-122 on Thursday night.
Matt Barnes knows shooting nights like this are rare moments to be savored.
The Phoenix Suns might be excused for their defensive lapses. They were putting most of their energy into a record-setting offensive display.
Gordon Hayward needed just one assist for his first career triple-double. Despite his teammates' playful pushes, he didn't ask to re-enter the game.
So many times this season, the Minnesota Timberwolves failed in close games down the stretch.
Patrick Beverley is not the first option for the Houston offense. In fact, he might be the fifth.
The San Antonio Spurs were worn out at the end of a nine-game road trip, and they prefer a slower pace even in the best of times.
The Phoenix Suns were worn out from an overtime victory in Denver the previous night. The Boston Celtics hadn't played since the All-Star break.
In foul trouble early, Gerald Green spent much of the first half stewing on the bench. He spent the rest of the game making up for lost playing time.
LeBron James almost never has two bad games in a row.
Goran Dragic had a special person he wanted to impress.
A trip to the desert was enough to get the Chicago Bulls back on track.
As one of the NBA's elite teams, the Indiana Pacers have a target on their backs.
Goran Dragic tumbled to the floor after a hard foul.
"He taught me how to play," said Phoenix Suns forward Gerald Green, who played for Musselman in the NBADL. "He taught me how to be a professional. I feel like I've always had the ability to do certain things, but he gave me a different mindset that I never had as a professional. I give him thanks for me being in the situation I'm in now."
"I haven't done nothing in this league," Green said. "Every day I come into practice or come into a game, I'm just trying to prove myself."