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Sunday February 22, 2009 4:09 am

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Good to see the Jazz win tonight, in what had to be a big emotional boost for that organization and city.  I’m a Suns fan, you know I’m not exactly rooting for the Jazz, but I gotta say, it was good to see them win this game.  Another note: Oklahoma City has a really bright future.  I saw them in person Friday, and then in the second half of a back-to-back, they played really well.  See: Saturday’s best.

Saturday’s best: Tie between Russel Westbrook and Jeff Green. Man what a great young team.  Seriously.  If they don’t land a big name free agent in 2010, it’ll be shame because they could go places with another superstar.  Westbrook had 31 points, 5 rebounds, 11 assists, and a steal.  Green went off for 27 points, 15 boards, and 6 dimes.  He did have 7 turnovers, which prevented him from taking home the title all to himself for today.

Saturday’s worst: Mike James.  After a few strong games, he fails to score in 26 minutes, missing all 6 shots.  He’s got Javaris Crittenton breathing down his back, but even he had a bad game, scoreless in 18 minutes.  No shocker that the Wiz got blown out by the Spurs.

Keep an eye on: James Singleton. Who?  Yeah, I dunno.  What I do know is that he scored 19 points and grabbed 12 boards with a couple steals and a block tonight.  That’s something worth watching.

What to watch for tomorrow:  Boston at Phoenix is the best game on the docket.  Two teams without their best player, and we’ll see how the Suns adjust to not being able to score 140 on a weak team.  Worth watching on national TV at least.

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