Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
Wade managed 45 points (17-24 shooting), seven rebounds and two steals in a 125-119 win over the Houston Rockets.
Amar'e Stoudemire, New York Knicks
Stoudemire had 41 points (17-21 shooting), seven rebounds, four assists, four blocks and a steal in a 117-103 win over the Philadelphia 76ers. Additionally, he put up 37 points (12-20 shooting), 15 rebounds, seven assists and a steal in a 125-116 win over the Detroit Pistons.
LeBron James, Miami Heat
James posted totals of 39 points (15-25 shooting), eight rebounds, nine assists, two blocks and a steal in an 89-88 win over the Pistons. He also managed 32 points, (14-23 shooting), 11 rebounds, 10 assists and a steal in a 113-91 win over the Knicks.
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder
Westbrook notched a triple-double, with 32 points (11-22 shooting), 13 assists, 10 rebounds, two blocks, one steal and only one turnover in a 125-124 win over the Orlando Magic. Moreover, he posted a stat line of 38 points, 15 rebounds, nine assists and three steals in a 123-120 win over the New Jersey Nets.
Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic
Howard put up 39 points (11-19 shooting), 18 rebounds and two blocks in a 125-124 loss to the Thunder (the same game which Westbrook posted a triple-double). In addition to that, Howard's play was particularly notable during a 99-90 loss to the Chicago Bulls, when he put up 40 points (14-20 shooting), 15 rebounds, four steals, three blocks and two assists.
Kevin Love, Minnesota Timberwolves
Love scored 32 points (11-19 shooting) and grabbed 22 rebounds, while help his team, the second-worst in the NBA, hang with, but lose to the league-best San Antonio Spurs 113-109.
Deron Williams, Utah Jazz
Williams had one of the most productive night that a point guard could have during a 110-88 blowout of the Indiana Pacers, posting 24 points (10-15 shooting), 16 assists, two steals and, amazingly, not a single turnover.