Most Bizarre Moments from the 2012-13 NBA Season's First Half

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Most Bizarre Moments from the 2012-13 NBA Season's First Half
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Can't we all just get along?

So many strange things have already happened in the first 10 weeks of the 2012-13 NBA season.

Let's see, Houston Rockets center Cole Aldrich failed to even attempt a wide-open layup, and the Minnesota Timberwolves' Ricky Rubio failed to catch rim on an uncontested layup.

There was also the time a team scored just five points in a quarter. That happened twice! You know who you are, Brooklyn Nets and Atlanta Hawks.

And there was the New Orleans Hornets' Xavier Henry, who heaved a desperation, full-court buzzer beater with four seconds left in the third quarter. I haven't seen clock management that bad since Andy Reid was coaching the Philadelphia Eagles (too soon?).

I can't believe there's an entire half-season remaining. And then there's the playoffs! (Remember last year when a drunk woman meandered onto the court during a game between the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Lakers?)

All those things were pretty bad and pretty strange, but I present to you the cream of the crop...

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