10 Takeaways from Wednesday's Gripping NBA Action

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10 Takeaways from Wednesday's Gripping NBA Action

Wednesday night's 10-game lineup of NBA action was loaded with ridiculous individual performances.

Stephen Curry came a penny short of matching Michael Jordan's famed "double nickel" game at Madison Square Garden, Monta Ellis tossed in an improbable buzzer beater and Al Horford left the Utah Jazz singing the blues.

Team play still counted, as the Sacramento Kings bounced back from their double-overtime loss to the Miami Heat to make the Orlando Magic disappear and the Oklahoma City Thunder exterminated the New Orleans Hornets by 45 points.

But make no mistake, Wednesday night was all about truly gripping individual efforts.

Oh, and daggers. It was also about daggers. If that's at all confusing, just keep clicking; you'll see what I mean.

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