Five former Wildcats were in action on Tuesday in the Association. Here is a quick recap of their performances:
Solomon Hill: Coming off two subpar performances against Miami and Orlando, Solo had a nice bounce back game against the Raptors on Tuesday night. Hill put up 15 points on 5-9 shooting (including an impressive 3-4 from behind the arc), 3 rebounds, 2 steals and an assist in 36 minutes. Hill is in the midst of his best season as a pro. One of his threes came off a nice dish from Rodney Stuckey.
Jerryd Bayless: Bayless provided a nice spark for the Bucks off the bench on Tuesday. Jerryd put up 15 points in just 22 minutes on 6-8 shooting. Bayless scored 11 of his 15 points in the 4th quarter, which played a vital role in helping Milwaukee pick up a nice road win in Miami. He also racked up 7 assists and 4 rebounds.
Richard Jefferson: The 13 year veteran played just 13 minutes in Dallas' loss to Memphis on Tuesday. In the 13 minutes he went 1-2 from three and grabbed a rebound.
Andre Iguodala: As far as the box score goes, Iguodala had a quiet night. He played 23 minutes, attempted four shots, including three threes, and missed all of them. He missed both of his free throw attempts as well. In addition, he grabbed 1 rebound and dished out 3 assists. Where Iguodala makes an impact for the Warriors is on the defensive end. Tonight he had 3 steals and helped keep Chicago's perimeter scorers in check. Warriors lost 113-111 in OT however.
Jordan Hill: In 29 minutes against the Washington Wizards, Jordan Hill had an off night for the Lakers. He scored just 8 points on 4-13 shooting, but still contributed nicely on the glass as he managed to grab 11 rebounds. In a weird occurrence, Hill attempted a three pointer for just the second time all season. He has missed both. His best play of the night came on this nice dunk in transition.