Former Florida Gators in the NBA: Nov. 2012

Now one month into the 2012-13 NBA regular season, there are 10 former Florida Gators basketball players spread over nine teams.

A total of 10 players participated in the first month action, many of whom had an impact on their respective team’s performances.

For the first time, OGGOA will be checking and re-checking the box scores month-by-month to bring you a summary of what all of these Gators accomplish throughout the entire 2012-13 regular season.

PLAYER OF THE MONTH
F/C DAVID LEE, Golden State Warriors: GP/GS (14/14), MIN (37.2), PPG (18.2), RPG (10.9), APG (3.9), SPG (1.1), BPG (0.1), TPG (2.7), FPG (3.5), A/TO (1.1)
» Shooting: FG% (.522), 3P% (.000), FT% (.750)
» Highlights: Eight double-doubles (three 20-10) in 14 games; 31 points, nine rebounds, six assists vs. Denver on Nov. 29; 17 points, 19 rebounds at Dallas on Nov. 19

Check out how the rest of the Florida Gators in the NBA played this month…

STARTERS (5)
F/C AL HORFORD, Atlanta Hawks: GP/GS (14/14), MIN (36.6), PPG (15.9), RPG (9.5), APG (3.5), SPG (0.5), BPG (1.1), TPG (1.8), FPG (1.8), A/TO (1.9)
» Shooting: FG% (.535), 3P% (.000), FT% (.523)
» Highlights: Six double-doubles (three 20-10 games) in 14 games; career-high 10 assists on Nov. 21 vs. Washington
» Awards: NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week (Nov. 19-25)

C JOAKIM NOAH, Chicago Bulls: GP/GS (13/13), MIN (38.7), PPG (12.6), RPG (9.7), APG (4.2), SPG (1.2), BPG (2.2), TPG (2.5), FPG (2.9), A/TO (1.6)
» Shooting: FG% (.477), 3P% (.000), FT% (.745)
» Highlights: Five double-doubles in 14 games; 21 points, 12 rebounds at Phoenix on Nov. 14; 16 points, 15 rebounds at Portland on Nov. 18

F CHANDLER PARSONS, Houston Rockets: GP/GS (13/13), MIN (37.7), PPG (16.1), RPG (7.0), APG (3.3), SPG (1.1), BPG (0.2), TPG (2.1), FPG (1.9), A/TO (1.6)
» Shooting: FG% (.484), 3P% (.427), FT% (.750)
» Highlights: Career-high 31 points, career-high four steals (five rebounds, four assists) vs. New York on Nov. 23; four double-doubles in 13 games

G BRADLEY BEAL*, Washington Wizards: GP/GS (13/11), MIN (28.2), PPG (11.2), RPG (3.3), APG (1.6), SPG (0.8), BPG (0.5), TPG (1.8), FPG (1.5), A/TO (0.9)
» Shooting: FG% (.341), 3P% (.327), FT% (.850)
» Highlights: Career-high 22 points, four rebounds vs. Milwaukee on Nov. 9; double-double – 13 points, career-high 10 rebounds vs. Charlotte on Nov. 24

RESERVES (5)
F COREY BREWER, Denver Nuggets: GP/GS (16/0), MIN (22.7), PPG (10.1), RPG (2.8), APG (0.8), SPG (1.3), BPG (0.3), TPG (0.9), FPG (1.7), A/TO (0.7)
» Shooting: FG% (.399), 3P% (.381), FT% (.690)
» Highlights: 20 points, three rebounds, two steals at Houston on Nov. 7

C MARREESE SPEIGHTS, Memphis Grizzlies: GP/GS (13/0), MIN (16.5), PPG (6.9), RPG (7.0), APG (5.3), SPG (0.2), BPG (0.8), TPG (1.2), FPG (2.6), A/TO (0.6)
» Shooting: FG% (.407), 3P% (1.000), FT% (.731)
» Highlights: Double-double – 18 points, 12 rebounds vs. Toronto on Nov. 28 (made fourth three-pointer of his career); 18 points, nine rebounds at Milwaukee on Nov. 7

PF UDONIS HASLEM, Miami Heat: GP/GS (13/0), MIN (18.1), PPG (4.3), RPG (5.2), APG (0.4), SPG (0.2), BPG (0.2), TPG (1.0), FPG (2.0), A/TO (0.4)
» Shooting: FG% (.532), 3P% (.000), FT% (.600)
» Highlights: 12 points, five rebounds vs. Phoenix on Nov. 5; 10 points, seven rebounds at Houston on Nov. 12
» Records: Became first undrafted free agent in NBA history to set franchise career rebounding record

G/F MIKE MILLER, Miami Heat: GP/GS (11/3), MIN (14.1), PPG (3.7), RPG (2.5), APG (1.5), SPG (0.3), BPG (0.0), TPG (0.5), FPG (0.8), A/TO (3.4)
» Shooting: FG% (.455), 3P% (.417), FT% (1.000)
» Highlights: 12 points, five rebounds at Denver on Nov. 15; nine points, five rebounds, five assists at Phoenix on Nov. 17

F MATT BONNER, San Antonio Spurs: GP/GS (12/1), MIN (11.9), PPG (4.4), RPG (1.6), APG (0.4), SPG (0.3), BPG (0.1), TPG (0.3), FPG (0.9), A/TO (1.3)
» Shooting: FG% (.588), 3P% (.591), FT% (.000)
» Highlights: Double-double – 10 points, 10 rebounds at Miami on Nov. 29

* Rookie

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8 Responses to “Former Florida Gators in the NBA: Nov. 2012”

  1. BosGator says:

    This was an AWESOME recap Adam. So good to get such a complete yet concise picture of Gators in the NBA! Thanks for this.

  2. Basshole says:

    Great article, Adam. This looks like a ton of work. Also, Bonner’s shooting from beyond the arc is insane.

  3. Marlex says:

    Appreciate the time you took to put this together! Very comprehensive.

  4. Dan S says:

    Thanks for putting in the time. We will take monthly. Really enjoy that.

  5. VO2Max says:

    Beal’s dunk was filthy, Griffinesque. That guy plays with such a smooth style, like silk. On the flip side, gangly and awkward Noah just gets it done. Man I love that guys heart. Somewhere in the middle is the gritty yet stylish play of Chandler Parsons. It’s just amazing how quickly Donovan’s players make an impact in the NBA.

    Surprised that our esteemed author posted that full length video of Parsons wrecking his beloved Knicks. It’s not too late to jump on board with the winners in this town Adam. You don’t seriously think that the Knicks will be able to dispatch the DEFENDING WORLD CHAMPIONS come playoffs… Do you? Balance schmalance! It’s ‘Bron’s world.

    • Truth be told, the one Knicks game I’ve missed all year was that one (good one to miss) and so I was curious anyway to see what Parsons did. What a game.

      Not a bandwagon jumper. If I was, I had nearly 12 years to pick another team. NYK all day. I”m not going to tell you that the Knicks are going to win the title. Too early. What I will tell you is, if New York remains healthy, it comes out of the Eastern Conference. Will dominate series in MSG.

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