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A night to remember for BYU basketball fans

Even though there have been two former BYU Cougars on NBA rosters this entire season, there haven’t been many good nights for a Cougar fan.  Brandon Davies is on one of the worst teams in recent history while Jimmer Fredette played limited minutes during his time with the Sacramento Kings and then was waived after the trade deadline.   223 more words

The Cougar NBA tracker: Brandon Davies, game 77

Deron Williams led six Nets in double figures as Brooklyn held on to beat the 76ers 105-101 on Saturday night. Williams finished 19 points on 6-of-11 shooting to go along with nine assists and four rebounds.   80 more words

The Cougar NBA tracker: Brandon Davies, game 74

After trailing by 13 after one-quarter, the Hawks used a 60 point second half to outlast the Philadelphia 76ers 103-95 on Monday night.

Paul Millsap led the way for Atlanta with 28 points on 9-of-15 shooting from the field to go along with 17 rebounds, four assists and three steals.   123 more words

The Cougar NBA tracker: Brandon Davies, game 69

Behind a huge night from the Knicks starting front court trio of Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler and Amare Stoudemire, New York managed to outlast the struggling Philadelphia 76ers 93-92 on Friday night.   108 more words

Ranking the best NBA players to ever come out of BYU #21-16

The BYU Cougars have had an impressive basketball program for a long time.  They have had great teams, legendary coaches and great players.  The Cougars have even had 10 players win Conference Player of the Year Awards, six First-Team All-Americans and  seven Second-Team All-Americans.   489 more words

The Cougar NBA tracker: Brandon Davies, game 59

The Philadelphia 76ers definitely need a little more “practice” if they are going to compete at all the rest of this season.  On a night where Sixers legend Allen Iverson was honored, it was Trevor Ariza who took center stage as the Wizards spoiled the party  130 more words

The Cougar NBA tracker: Brandon Davies, Game 57

On the strength of a 43-point second quarter, the Bucks went into Philadelphia and destroyed the 76ers 130-110 on Monday night.

OJ Mayo led the way for Milwaukee with 25 points on 7-of-9 shooting from behind the 3-point line off the bench.   91 more words