But, alas, the 3rd double was 10 fouls. Cousins actually went 0-10 from the field in the 1H but then came back (1 pt and 8 rebounds in 1H) and had 16 pt and 12 rebounds (and fouled out with 10 fouls). Interestingly, Cousins posted up against Joey Dorsey, the former Memphis Tiger that was the 5 when the Tigers lost to KU in the finals. Box Score here: http://www.nba.com/summerleague/games/20100716/TORSAC/gameinfo.html
Wall probably took the lead as the best player in the summer league last night (in my mind Cousins was ahead of Wall until last night). Am going from memory, but I believe the Wizards were down 14 in Q3 when they went on a 16 or 18 - zero run (recap says 18) -- Wall scored 14 of those unanswered points to put them on top. Q4 was back and forth. One interesting comment was made by Mike Fratello (sp?) as he announced. Wall drove and finished on the left hand side of the goal but with his right hand. Fratello made some remark about Wall needing to develop his left hand. I smirked to myself know how he loves to dunk with his left hand and hoping that Wall would do so. Within several minutes, Wall stole the ball in back court and finished with a thundering left hand dunk. Got to tell you I was pumped as Fratello is not one of my favorites and had to eat his words almost immediately. Game info: http://www.nba.com/summerleague/games/20100716/WASNOH/gameinfo.html
Wall has a game today. Bledsoe and Cousins play today and tomorrow.
I miss these guys.....