On this date in 1991, Isiah Thomas became Detroit’s all-time leading scorer, with 15,493 points, after scoring a game-high 22 points in the Pistons’ 94-87 win over Houston at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Thomas passed previous leader Bob Lanier on Detroit’s all-time scoring chart.
Got a great blog piece that you want featured in next week’s edition of Hoops Links? Send it to [email protected] Here’s this week’s look around the basketball blogosphere..
- Queen City Hoops tips their cap to Jeff Adrien, a pleasant surprise for the Bobcats.
- Red94 says the Rockets have forged an identity for themselves.
- Bourbon Street Shots explores some ways the Pelicans can fix the small forward position.
- Blazer’s Edge wonders if tankers will become trade partners for Portland.
- RaptorsHQ explains the Raptors’ struggles step-by-step.
- SBNation has some ideas for how the Knicks can bounce back.
- Celtics Life says the Boston vets know their role.
- The Brooklyn Game wonders if things will improve from this point for the Nets.
- Keep It Cavalier is finding it hard to keep it positive.
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