See who received the most playing time out of all of the Spartans in the NBA this week with our NBA Spartans report!

 

Bryn Forbes #11, G, San Antonio Spurs

On March 29, the San Antonio Spurs won against the Oklahoma City Thunder with the final score 103-99. Bryn Forbes did not play due to the coach’s decision.

On April 1, the San Antonio Spurs won against the Houston Rockets with the final score 100-83. Bryn Forbes played for 12 mins in the game. Bryn had 0-4 in field goals and 0-1 in 3-pointers.

On April 3, the San Antonio Spurs were defeated by Los Angeles Clippers with the final score 113-110. Bryn Forbes played for 17 mins and scored 12 points in the game. Bryn had 5-8 in field goals, 2-3 in 3-pointers, 1 defensive rebound, 4 assists, 1 steal and 3 personal fouls.

On April 4, the San Antonio Spurs were defeated by Los Angeles Lakers with the final score 122-112 in overtime. Bryn Forbes played for 17 mins and scored 6 points in the game. Bryn had 3-7 in field goals, 2 defensive rebounds, 1 assist, and 1 personal foul.

 

Denzel Valentine #45, F, Chicago Bulls

On March 29, the Chicago Bulls were defeated by the Miami Heat with the final score 103-92. Denzel Valentine played for 24 mins and scored 4 points in the game. Denzel had 2-10 field goals, 0-3 in 3-pointers, 4 defensive rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals, 1 turnover and 3 personal fouls.

On March 30, the Chicago Bulls won against the Orlando Magic with the final score 90-82. Denzel Valentine played for 19 mins and scored 6 points in the game. Denzel had 2-5 field goals, 2-4 in 3-pointers, 1 steal, 1 turnover and 2 personal fouls.

On April 1, the Chicago Bulls won against the Washington Wizards with the final score 113-94. Denzel Valentine played for 18 mins and scored 5 points in the game. Denzel had 2-4 field goals, 1-3 in 3-pointers, 1 defensive rebound, 3 assists, 3 turnovers and 3 personal fouls.

On April 3, the Chicago Bulls won against the Charlotte Hornets with the final score 120-114. Denzel Valentine did not have any available stats.

 

Deyonta Davis #21, PF, Memphis Grizzlies

On March 30, the Memphis Grizzlies were defeated by the Utah Jazz with the final score 107-97. Deyonta Davis played for 12 mins in the game. Deyonta had 0-1 field goals, 0-2 in free throws, 3 defensive rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 2 turnovers and 1 personal foul.

On April 1, the Memphis Grizzlies were defeated by the Portland Trail Blazer with the final score 113-98. Deyonta Davis played for 21 mins and scored 6 points in the game. Deyonta had 2-5 field goals, 2-2 in free throws, 3 defensive rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and 3 personal fouls.

On April 4, the Memphis Grizzlies were defeated by the New Orleans Pelicans with the final score 123-95. Deyonta Davis played for 22 mins and scored 8 points in the game. Deyonta had 4-8 field goals, 3 offensive rebounds, 3 defensive rebounds, 1 steal, 1 turnover and 1 personal foul.

 

Draymond Green #23, F, Golden State Warriors

On March 29, the Golden State Warriors were defeated by the Milwaukee Bucks with the final score 116-107. Draymond Green played for 28 mins and scored 11 points. Draymond had 4-7 field goals, 1-2 in 3-pointers, 2-2 in free throws, 5 defensive rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 4 turnovers and 4 personal fouls.

On March 31, the Golden State Warriors won against the Sacramento Kings with the final score 112-96. Draymond Green played for 34 mins and scored 8 points. Draymond had 3-5 field goals, 0-1 in 3-pointers, 2-2 in free throws, 9 defensive rebounds, 7 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 2 turnovers and 4 personal fouls.

On April 1, the Golden State Warriors won against the Phoenix Suns with the final score 117-107. Draymond Green played for 34 mins and scored 13 points. Draymond had 5-8 field goals, 3-5 in 3-pointers, 6 defensive rebounds, 12 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 3 turnovers and 3 personal fouls.

On April 3, the Golden State Warriors won against the Oklahoma City Thunder with the final score 111-107. Draymond Green played for 36 mins and scored 5 points. Draymond had 0-4 field goals, 0-3 in 3-pointers, 5-6 in free throws, 4 defensive rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals, 4 turnovers and 2 personal fouls.

 

Gary Harris #14, SG, Denver Nuggets

On March 30, the Denver Nuggets won against the Oklahoma City Thunder with the final score 126-125 in overtime. Gary Harris did not play due to his knee being injured.

On April 1, the Denver Nuggets won against the Milwaukee Bucks with the final score 128-125 in overtime. Gary Harris did not play due to his knee being injured.

On April 3, the Denver Nuggets won against the Indiana Pacers with the final score 107-104. Gary Harris did not play due to his knee being injured.

 

Zach Randolph #50, PF, Sacramento Kings

On March 29, the Sacramento Kings were defeated by the Indiana Pacers with the final score 106-103. Zach Randolph did not play due to the coach’s decision.

On March 31, the Sacramento Kings were defeated by the Golden State Warriors with the final score 112-96. Zach Randolph did not have any available stats.

On April 1, the Sacramento Kings won against the Los Angeles Lakers with the final score 84-83. Zach Randolph did not have any available stats.

On April 3, the Sacramento Kings were defeated by the Phoenix Suns with the final score 97-94. Zach Randolph did not have any available stats.

 

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