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ACC In The NBA, March 4

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 1:27am
By: Harrison Chabinsky

Reggie Jackson (Boston College) has his sights on teaming up with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook in forming a new power trio in OKC. 

Trevor Booker (Clemson) played the second-most minutes in a game in his career, logging 37 of them in a loss to the Wizards Monday night. 

Now is the most important time in Kyrie Irving's (Duke) career. His individual accolades are extremely impressive, but his team's records have been dismal. It's time for Kyrie to show he can be a leader. 

J.J. Redick (Duke) is going to be out until the playoffs with back and shoulder injuries. The Clippers must figure out how to keep on improving with him out.

Toney Douglas (Florida State) got his first start for the Heat in place of Dwyane Wade. The defensive-minded guard scored 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting against Charlotte Monday night. 

Iman Shumpert (Georgia Tech) struggled in his first start in a while after coming back from injuries. Mike Woodson plans on bringing Shumpert off the bench for the time-being.

I don't know why the Lakers traded Steve Blake (Maryland), but he sure is enjoying his new role as Steph Curry's backup. Blake has a 5.6 assist-to-turnover ratio with the Warriors.  

Knicks guard Raymond Felton (North Carolina) has struggled on the court since being arrested on gun charges. 

Ty Lawson (North Carolina) dropped 31 points and recorded 11 assists in a loss to the T-Wolves Monday night. Lawson delivered one of the best ankle-breakers of the year in the game.

Michael Carter-Williams (Syracuse) is in a neck-and-neck battle for NBA rookie of the year with Magic guard Victor Oladipo. 

Jeff Teague (Wake Forest) had 29 points for the Hawks, but he couldn't stop his team from dropping its 11th loss in its last 12 games.