Line of the Night: November 30th

James Harden posted an evening-high 31 points.

James Harden posted an evening-high 31 points.

Paul Milsap posted a 20/10 game, but it was not enough as the Atlanta Hawks fell to the Washington Wizards.  John Wall scored a game-high 26 points.  Luol Deng post game-highs in points and assists, earning a 20/10 game, but it was not enough as the Bulls fell to the Cavs.  Andrew Bynum posted his first 20/10 game since he left the Lakers.  The Nets got a much-needed win over the Grizzlies behind a big game from Joe Johnson.  Andre Blatche was extremely efficient off the bench with 21 points n 22 minutes, and threw in 8 rebounds.  The T-Wolves had three starters break the 20 point mark as they cruised to a win over the Mavericks.  Houston beat state rivals and defending western conference champions as they visited the Spurs.   James Harden posted an evening-high 31 points. Dwight Howard was likely very happy about only getting more shots than one person on the Rockets.  Utah earned their first road win of the season against the Suns.  And the Celtics fell to the Bucks.  O.J. Mayo posted a game-high 22 points. 

Andrew Bynum looked like he had returned to form last night, posting his first 20/10 game since being traded by the Lakers and rejecting 5 shots.

Andrew Bynum looked like he had returned to form last night, posting his first 20/10 game since being traded by the Lakers and rejecting 5 shots.

It is a toss-up between James Harden and John Wall.  Harden led all scorers, but Wall had a great night making plays (12 assists) and grabbed and evening high in steals as well (5), so I have to go with Wall for Line of the Night.  On a side note, it was really nice to see Andrew Bynum post numbers like he used to post in Los Angeles.  Not only did he get a 20/10 game, but he posted an evening-high 5 blocks. 

To see how the readers at ProSportsDaily voted, go here.  Be sure to cast your own vote and follow me  on twitter: @JasonJHorn. 

Top Performers:

John Wall is helping the Wizards turn into a playoff team by posting some of the best numbers in the league.

John Wall is helping the Wizards turn into a playoff team by posting some of the best numbers in the league.

Tony Parker: 27 points (13/27), 8 assists, 6 rebounds

James Harden: 31 points (10/19), 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 1 steal, 1 block

Monta Ellis: 26 points (9/15), 6 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals

Kevin Love: 21 points (6/14), 11 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block

Nikola Pekovic: 21 points (10/13), 9 rebounds

Joe Johnson: 26 points (9/15), 6 assists, 5 rebounds, 1 block

Andrew Bynum: 20 points (8/14) 10 rebounds, 5 blocks, 3 assists

Luol Deng: 27 points (12/20), 11 assists, 4 rebounds

John Wall: 26 points (9/18), 12 assists, 6 rebounds, 5 steals

Paul Milsap: 23 points (9/14), 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 1 steal

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