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Monday, December 19, 2005

NBA Trak daily, 12/19

Yesterday's games:

76ers 107, Raptors 80

Iguodala: 9-10 FG. You can only assume that's 9 dunks and 1 jump shot. Sixers have been significantly better since Dalembert (18 boards, 3 blocks) returned to the lineup. Sixers doubled Raptors' EFF score.

Hawks 110, Nuggets 107

Hawks are playing better but Nuggets are woefully thin right now.

Nets 118, Warriors 90

Sign of road weariness: allowing 57.5% FG shooting to Nets. These things happen.

Mavericks 102, T-Wolves 95

Josh Howard outplayed Wally more than KG outplayed Dirk as Mavs win another one with defense.

Trail Blazers 97, Wizards 92

Where have you gone, Larry Hughes?

Rockets 76, Lakers 74

When the effort is there, T-Mac can get it done on both ends of the floor.

Hornets 89, Spurs 76

If Chris Paul continues to school guys like Tony Parker, he'll be this season's ROY easy.

New ratings & predictions are here. Spurs' dud means there is a new second-place team.

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