What’s that? You’ve been waiting years for five minutes of video highlights from Thursday night’s 39-point, 18-rebound, six-assist performance performance from Nets rookie Tornike Shengelia for the D-League Springfield Armor over the Maine Red Claws?
Video after the jump. You’re welcome. Now give me that time machine.
Many, many thanks to Scott McGrady of Crab Dribbles, the preeminent Maine Red Claws blog (and by that, I mean it’s the only one I know) for putting this together.
Check out more Toko Facts, courtesy of the Springfield Armor, below:
TOKO FACTS & STATS
*In two games with the Armor separated by a little more than a month (12/21 vs. Erie & 1/24 vs. Maine), Toko is averaging 30.5 points on .639 shooting, 14.0 rebounds, 9.0 assists, 3.0 steals and 1.5 blocks in 43.5 minutes per game.
*Toko’s 39 points on 1/24 tied the Armor record for most points scored in a single game (Morris Almond on Dec. 15, 2009)
*After scoring just two points on 1-of-4 shooting in the first quarter, Toko exploded for 37 points on 16-of-17 shooting over the final three quarters.
*Toko played an Armor season-high 46 minutes in the Armor’s victory on 1/24. He’s played a total of 54 minutes this season with the Brooklyn Nets.
*Toko’s 17 made-field goals shattered the previous Armor record of 14 (Dennis Horner).
*Toko’s 17 made-field goals helped contribute to the Armor’s single-game record of 50 made-field goals in last night’s victory.
*Toko’s 18 rebounds were the fourth-most in a single game in Armor history.
*Toko turned the ball over seven times, but four of the seven came within the first 7:15 of the game.
*Toko’s seven dunks helped contribute to a dominant 82-54 edge for the Armor in points in the paint.