Eddie House Updated Stats
Dec. 20, 2000
Click here Edward House for current and up to date statistics on former Sun Devil EddieHouse. Tonight, the Heat face the Charlotte Hornets at 'The Hive' in the Queen City. Davis, Wesley and Mashburn sounds like a law firm, and, in fact, they do deal in court justice. They're the main reason why the Charlotte Hornets are going after their fourth straight victory tonight when they host the Miami Heat.SEASON SERIESNov. 3at Charlotte 83, Miami 79Nov. 14at Miami 89, Charlotte 86Dec. 20Miami at Charlotte, 7:30pm ETApr. 6Charlotte at Miami, 7:30pm ET
TEAM SCHEDULESHEAT | HORNETS
Charlotte (16-9) last played on Saturday when it defeated Boston, 99-87. The Hornets received big games from Jamal Mashburn, Baron Davis and David Wesley.
Mashburn had 20 points and 12 rebounds, Davis added 18 and a career-high 14 assists and Wesley scored 19 points. The trio powered the Hornets to their fifth win in six games overall.
Wesley's 17-footer with 8:22 remaining in the third quarter gave Charlotte the lead for good at 60-59. The Hornets led by as much as 18 points in the fourth quarter.
Elden Campbell added 17 points for Charlotte. which has won eight straight games at home.
Miami (13-13) failed to move two games over .500 for the first time all year when it lost, 81-79, to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday. Despite Anthony Mason's 20 points and 14 rebounds, the Heat fell as Brian Grant's attempt to turn Tim Hardaway's airball into a tying layup at the buzzer came one-half second late.
Grant finished with 14 points and 16 rebounds for the Heat, who shot 40 percent (32-of-79). Hardaway made just 1-of-9 3-point attempts and scored nine points.
This will be the third meeting this year between the teams, who hooked up on a nine-player trade over the summer that involved four starters and altered the makeup of both squads. Charlotte won, 83-79, on November 3 behind 30 points by Mashburn. Eddie Jones scored 19 in Miami's 89-86 overtime victory on November 14.