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NBA Daily Dose: The Comeback Kids

January 31, 2008 | By RotoRob | comment on this post
Al Thornton stepped up with a career best 33 points Wednesday.
With Chris Kaman and Corey Maggette both sick, rookie Al Thornton was able to put up a career night.

Are you still convinced that, when push comes to shove, LeBron James can’t deliver in the clutch? That he doesn’t have that killer instinct? Uh, whatever, dude. King James leads the league in fourth-quarter scoring and he did it again last night, leading the surging Cavs to their 18th fourth-quarter comeback win of the season. We’ve got the complete story in today’s Daily Dose.

Al Thornton had a breakthrough game; Brad Miller deserves consideration as Comeback Player of the Year; Darko Milicic finally delivered; LA is getting clipped with injuries; the Blazers are getting some All-Star love; Allen Iverson snapped a funk; and the Hornets’ winning streak is kaput.

Okay, so our news might not be as big as Galilea Montijo’s breasts, but if you like fantasy basketball, we’d recommend a healthy serving of the Dose.

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