NBA Weekend Update

SCPrepNation.com gives you look at former South Carolina high school hoopsters currently playing in the NBA and how they fared over the weekend. Ray Allen was victorious in his battle but how did the others fare? Come inside for a look at their stats and photos.

The NBA is finishing up its second week of action and SCPrepNation.com gives you an update on how former South Carolina prep basketball players fared in the NBA this past weekend.

Ray Allen
Former Hillcrest Dalzell star Ray Allen powered the Seattle SuperSonics with 33 points in a thrilling 113-112 overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks.


Ray Allen drives into the lane against Joe Johnson

Allen puts a shot up over the outstretched arm of Atlanta's Zaza Pachulia

Kevin Garnett
Kevin Garnett (Mauldin High) put forth another huge effort with 28 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists but the Timberwolves still fell to the Orlando Magic on Saturday 109-98.


Kevin Garnett tries to secure the loose ball as Orlando's Keith Bogans battles him for it

Garnett secures another rebound as Orlando's Jameer Nelson tries to swipe the ball from him

Raymond Felton
Carolina Bobcats point guard Raymond Felton (Latta High, UNC) is battling bruised ribs currently but still started on Sunday. Felton managed to have a solid game despite his injury with 13 points, 6 assists, and 7 rebounds as the Bobcats fell to the Denver Nuggets 108-101.


Felton darts by Denver's Eduardo Najera for a layup

Felton and teammate Alan Anderson battle J.R. Smith for a loose ball

Felton looks up for help as Eduardo Najera pounces on top of him to fight for a loose ball

Mikki Moore
Mikki Moore who formerly played for Blacksburg High School only played 4 minutes for the New Jersey Nets in spot action in a 105-93 victory versus the Washington Wizards.

Jermaine O'Neal
O'Neal (Eau Claire High) had 12 points and 8 rebounds for the Indiana Pacers as they dropped a 4th quarter lead to the Chicago Bulls. O'Neal's Pacers would end up losing 98-90.

Shammond Williams
Shammond Williams (Southside High, UNC) of the Los Angeles Lakers did not play versus the Memphis Grizzlies. The Lakers went on to win 91-81.


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