NBA Fantasy Star Search (Feb. 17th): Shannon Brown Erupts

We had a nice little break from all the action, and while we still have rumors abound swirling around us, let's try to get things back on track.

We're waiting a week before we really dive into our Rookie Watch or Waiver Wire columns, to see how the trades shake things up and such, but we can still take a look at the impressive performance from last night.

It was a fabulous night of 10 games on Tuesday night, as the Lakers won their fourth straight without Kobe Bryant, allowing us to see some real potential in Shannon Brown.

Read more about Brown and all the other stars of last night's NBA games:

Miami Heat @ Philadelphia 76ers

Quentin Richardson posted a decent double-double in just under 24 minutes of action, as he scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, while Dwyane Wade scored 24 points in an easy Miami rout.

Thaddeus Young led all scorers for Philadelphia with 16 points off the bench.


New Jersey Nets @ Charlotte Bobcats

New Jersey earned its fifth win of the season behind a balanced offense, as the team shot 51 percent from the field. Courtney Lee led the team with 21 points, while Kris Humphries put in a solid line of 13 points and eight rebounds.

Gerald Wallace and Boris Diaw were solid in the loss, both topping at least 19 points and 10 rebounds in the game.


Minnesota Timberwolves @ Detroit Pistons

Minnesota received a beat-down by the Pistons, but Kevin Love was still able to put together an elite performance scoring 22 points off of 9-for-14 shooting, while also grabbing 15 boards off the bench.

Jonas Jerebko paced the Pistons in scoring, dropping in 21 points in just 21 minutes, while point guard Will Bynum dished out 14 assists off the bench.


Dallas Mavericks @ Oklahoma City Thunder

Caron Butler had a forgettable debut with Dallas, ...

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