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Crazy NBA Stat Lines No One Could Have Predicted This Season
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Nikola Vucevic's 29 rebound game on December 31st caused a lot of jaws to drop

Unpredictability—it's what draws us to sports in the first place. The fact that, on any given night, we may see something that we've never seen before and will never see again. 

Whether it be an underdog pulling off an upset, or an individual performance that leaves us breathless, sports have the ability to shock us in a way that most entertainment cannot. In a world full of "reality" TV, sports are still the undisputed king.

The 2012-13 NBA season has been no different, as we've seen the Los Angeles Lakers unprecedented failure, falling from preseason favorites to win the Western Conference to fighting for their playoff lives. 

We've also seen an unexpected playoff run by the Golden State Warriorsthe Boston Celtics play better after a season-ending injury to Rajon Rondo, and the New York Knicks roar back to contender status after over a decade of ineptitude. 

It's been fun. 

This NBA season has also given us unexpected individual performances. Players that have gone above and beyond (or sometimes under and below) our expectations to such an extreme during a game that their stat lines leave us double and triple checking the box scores. 

As the NBA's regular season winds down, let's take a look at the seven craziest stat lines that no one saw coming.  

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