Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Earl Boykins Drops Season-High 22 Points

Milwaukee Bucks reserve point guard Earl Boykins had his biggest game of the season, dropping 22 points, including 4 three-pointers, on the Los Angeles Lakers.

The Breakdown
In the aftermath of the Brandon Jennings injury, Boykins was overlooked as a player who could benefit from Jennings missing time. Earl hasn't played much this year, but from the looks of things he'll be splitting playing time down the middle with Keyon Dooling while Jennings is out. Boykins, though, is more of a scoring guard than a true point guard. For more traditional point guard stats, you'll want to go with Dooling. Deep leaguers may want to consider adding Boykins in the short term for his scoring punch.

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