The great thing about the final week of the regular season is seeing season and career-highs from players who normally don't get very many minutes. Enter undrafted Bryce Cotton of the Utah Jazz. After back-t0-back double figure games, the 6'1 Bryce exploded for a career-high 21 points against the Mavs on Monday which included an explosive alley-oop dunk over Devin Harris. He also had a career-high 4 assists in the 26 minutes of PT in a W for the Jazz.
The 43 points his past 3 games is 20 more points than he scored in the rest of the season.