The only thing more satisfying than scoring a career-high in points is doing so in a close, hard-fought win. In the second of two straight All-Star seasons, Jeff Malone was in the zone against the New Jersey Nets, catching a long outlet pass from a Washington Bullets teammate and beating the only defender in his path by going up strong for an and-one layup. Malone made sure that his squad would not be denied, pouring in 48 points along with four rebounds and seven assists in Washington’s narrow 117-114 victory on March 4, 1987.
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