Pac-10 NBA Rookie Report and Video of Jon Brockman’s First NBA Basket

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Jon Brockman played five-and-a-half minutes in the Kings’ loss to the Thunder Wednesday night, scoring four points and grabbing one rebound in his NBA debut. On Friday, in another Kings’ loss, Jon played almost 20 minutes, scoring five points and pulling down 10 boards. Wednesday night marked Jon’s official NBA debut, as the regular season is now officially underway. /

Here’s a link to video of Jon’s first NBA basket.

Other Pac-10 rookies who made their debuts this week include (through Thursday night’s games):

Demar DeRozan (USC) started in the Toronto Raptors backcourt Wednesday, picking up eight points and and five rebounds in 24 minutes.

Husky baller Justin Holiday’s brother, Jrue (UCLA), picked up a DNP – Coach’s Decision in the 76ers loss to the Magic.

James Harden (ASU) played 13 minutes against Brockman’s Kings Wednesday, scoring five points and pulling down two rebounds. He also picked up three fouls.

Chase Budinger (Arizona) scored six points and grabbed a rebound in 15 minutes for the Houston Rockets in their loss to the Trailblazers on Tuesday night, and scored 11 with two rebounds in win against Golden State on Wednesday.

Jordan Hill (Arizona) played less than two minutes for the Knicks in their loss to the Heat Wednesday and missed the one shot he took.

Darren Collison (UCLA) scored one point and had a rebound in three minutes of play for the New Orleans Hornets who lost to the Spurs on Wednesday.

Jeff Pendergraph (ASU) had hip surgery recently and will be out for a while before he gets a chance to make his Trailblazers debut.

Taj Gibson (USC) of the Bulls had six points and six rebounds on Thursday night against the Spurs.

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