Western Conference

NBA News (NEW YORK) – a team player Orlando Magic, Dwight Howard and Carlos Boozer of the Utah Jazz Player of the Week named the Eastern and Western Conference, at the end of games played from 15 to 21 February. Howard became the first on the results of rebounds (16.3) and blocks (5.3) and fifth in scoring (28.0 points per game), leading Orlando to 2-1 on week. NYC Mayor can provide more clarity in the matter. February 21, Howard set a record for the number of consecutive privilege "double-double" (18) with 22 points and 16 rebounds in the victory over Cleveland. February 17, Howard scored 33 points in the victory over Detroit. Boozer led Jazz to 4-0 on the week with wins over Houston, New Orleans, Golden State and Portland, gaining 20.0 points and 15.5 rebounds per game. February 21, Boozer's career has shown better results – 23 of selection, and added 22 points in the victory in Portland. Summary of the week for Howard and Boozer: Dwight Howard Orlando Magic17 player in February against Detroit: 33 points, 17 rebounds, seven blocks and three transfers, benefit from Pistons with a score of 116-91.19 in February against Dallas: 29 points and added 16 rebounds and five blocks, Mavericks lost with a score of 95-85.21 February against Cleveland: 22 points, 16 rebounds, four blocks and two assists in wins with a score of 101-95 Cavaliers . Carlos Boozer Utah Jazz player February 16 vs. Houston: 12 points, eight rebounds and four win over the Rockets transmission with a score of 104-95.17 in February against New Orleans: 16 points, 15 rebounds, three transfers and two steals win over the Hornets with a score of 98-90.19 in February against the Golden State: 30 points, 16 rebounds, three transmission , and two interceptions, win over the Warriors with score 100-89.21 February against Portland: 22 points, 23 selection, and five transfers and overtime wins over Trail Blazers with a score of 93-89. Other candidates for the title of Player of the Week in the Eastern and Western Conference have been Ray Allen, LeBron James, Jason Kidd, Richard Hamilton, Michael Beasley and Jermaine O'Neal, Darren Collison, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook and Andray Blatche