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The Biggest Fluke Scoring Performances in NBA History

First, I need to apologize for how long it’s been since I’ve written. I realize there’s not much point in having a blog if it’s going to go dark for almost three months. Unfortunately there were some things going on related to my career that needed my attention. Now that these things have been dealt with, though, I’m hoping to write on a more regular basis.


The other day on Grantland.com, Bill Simmons shared the following email from one of his readers:

Did Willie Burton lose the trophy for “Most Random Player to Score 50 in an NBA Game” to Terrence Ross? I’m waiting for Contract Year Rodney Stuckey 50 point game. It’s coming.
–Tony N., Richmond, Virginia

I know Tony N. was only being semi-serious, but that’s a great question, and it’s one I’d like to try to answer in this post.

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