The Boxscore Geeks Show: the Top 10 Boxscores of the Week

This Week's Show

We go over the top 10 NBA box scores from last week. Who had the best, worst, and most interesting games?



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We talk our new weekly segment, every Monday I'll be releasing our favorite boxscores from the previous week. This is not an objective exercise. We may target good games, bad games, interesting games, games of players we like. Of course, we do mention that a 20-20 is a "guaranteed" spot. Check out this week's list. If you see any good boxscores tweet at us @nerdnumbers, @nbageek, or @boxscorebrian with hashtag #BSGTop10.

A player we devote a ton of time to is Andre Drummond. Holy cow, what a start to the season.

We talk my article on Kobe's aging. He is shooting like a player from the 1960s!

We wander down a strange rabbit hole and wonder about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who is, in my mind, the greatest player in NBA history and often overlooked. How would his career look if Ralph Sampson had stayed in the 1982 draft? Would he have fared better in a modern media era regarding public perception? We bring up a must-read, Jeff Pearlman's Showtime, which is about the 1980s Lakers.

Wall of Excitement

In the offseason, we talked the "Wall of Boredom", which was the offseason transactions. During the NBA season, I call the Boxscore Geeks' Players page: "The Wall of Excitement." We talk some players at the top of the list and some at the bottom. It's worth noting this becomes my morning routine during the NBA season.

We briefly discuss the Mario Chalmers' trade. It counted as news but didn't excite us that much.

We talked a little about Andrea Bargnani. He is on his way to being the worst player in NBA history.

Shout Outs

Brian shouts out Matt Steinmetz for their exchange on Andre Drummond

I should out Jesse Blancarte for his great metaphor one-upping on Steph Curry vs. Blake Griffin.

I shout out Jonathan Weiler(@jonweiler) and the ESPN Watch for his coverage of Missouri.

I shout out Dave Berri(@wagesofwins) for his story at Vice Sports about LeBron James and aging in the NBA.