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Out of Bounds: Time to Respect

Out of Bounds sees some respect given to Durant by his peer… Fans take a jab at Anthony Bennett… Iverson Highlights Retro and New Era.

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The Funny, Stupid Thing of the Day

In case everybody didn’t catch it, Cavaliers No.1 overall pick Anthony Bennett had his first double-digit game last night. It was definitely a long time coming and as this fan hilariously points out, it was a big moment for him.

Tweet of the Day

https://twitter.com/BrandonJennings/status/428712793869926400

A normally cocky guy like Pistons’ Brandon Jennings doesn’t usually throw around praise like this. But after seeing Kevin Durant get the best of LeBron James in their match-up tonight, even Jennings has to pay his respect.

Highlight of the Night

So who knew the older Plumlee brother would be this good? Not only has Miles Plumlee taken over a starting job with the surprising Suns, but Plumlee also got to throw down a hard slam over Bucks’ Larry Sanders tonight. Definitely best to get out of the way Larry.

Kicks of the Night

#whatsonyafeet

A post shared by JR Smith (@teamswish) on

These are just Knicks’ J.R. Smith’s walking-around shoes too. Everybody would love to lace up these Jordans for just a game to show off.

Throw Back of the Night

As Superbowl weekend nears closer, lets all take a look back and remember that one of the most exciting NBA players of all time in Allen Iverson was once one of the most exciting on the gridiron as well. Check out Iverson as he dazzles even his opponents playing football back in high school.

YouTube of the Night

Since we’re on the topic of Iverson, do you know he has a cousin that can ball too? While only playing limited minutes at Memphis as a freshman, this high school highlight mix shows that Kuran Iverson has loads of potential and athleticism that his cousin Allen once had. It doesn’t hurt being 6’10” either. Keep an eye out for Allen’s little cousin going forward.

Stat Stuffers of the Night

Mavs’ Dirk Nowitzki: 38 points, 17 rebounds, 3 assists in a 117-115 loss to the Rockets.

Raptors’ Kyle Lowry: 33 points, 11 assists, 7 rebounds in a 98-83 win over the Magic.

Thunder’s Kevin Durant: 33 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals in a 112-95 win over the HEAT.

Click here to see last night’s Out of Bounds

Jabari Davis is a senior NBA Writer and Columnist for Basketball Insiders, covering the Pacific Division and NBA Social Media activity.

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