Cyclones In the Pros

Jamaal Tinsley- Indiana Pacers Jamaal Tinsley is gradually making his way back from a tough foot injury and into the Indiana Pacer's rotation as their starting point man. Tinsley had 5 points and 2 assists while playing 18 minutes in an 85-90 loss to Minnesota on Friday. He finished out the week with 7 points and 3 assists in 27 minutes while his Pacers dropped their fifth game in a row to Chicago 101-89.

Cyclones In the Pros

Seneca Wallace and Jordan Carstens came into yesterday with a chance to be a part of the greatest show of the year, the Super Bowl, but only one of them may actually be able to live out that dream.

NFL

Seneca Wallace- Seattle Seahawks

Coach Mike Holmgren got a little creative in the Seahawks impressive 34-14 win over the Carolina Panthers. With 5:56 to play in the first quarter and Seattle already on their second drive of the game, Holmgren decided to put his athletic backup quarterback in at receiver. Wallace streaked down the sideline while quarterback Matt Hasselbeck hit him for a beautiful 28 yard gain. The
play put the Seahawks at the Carolina 17 and Hasselbeck was able to find an open Stevens on the very next play for a touchdown.

Jordan Carstens- Carolina Panthers

Jordan Carstens and his Panther teammates were only one game away from the chance that all NFL players dream about but the Seattle Seahawks had their number yesterday in a 34-14 loss.
Carstens came away with 2 tackles yesterday against the Seahawks and 7 total from his defensive tackle position during the playoffs.

NBA

Jamaal Tinsley- Indiana Pacers

Jamaal Tinsley is gradually making his way back from a tough foot injury and into the Indiana Pacer's rotation as their starting point man. Tinsley had 5 points and 2 assists while playing 18 minutes in an 85-90 loss to Minnesota on Friday. He finished out the week with 7 points and 3 assists in 27 minutes while his Pacers dropped their fifth game in a row to Chicago 101-89.

Kelvin Cato-Orlando Magic

Kelvin Cato chipped in 2 points and 3 rebounds in only 5 minutes of PT in his teams 100-104 loss to the Kings on Sunday January 15. Cato was able to pour in 10 points in 12 minutes in Orlando's 106-98 win over the Wizards on Wednesday January 18.

Jackson Vroman-New Orleans Hornets

Jackson Vroman did not score any points while averaging only 3.33 minutes in the Hornet's wins against the Bobcats, Grizzlies, and Knicks last week. Vroman was able to put up 5 points in 10 minutes in the Hornets' 99-110 loss to the Wizards on Friday.


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