Before last night's game against the Clippers, Terrence Ross' average was just 9.3 points per game. We'd imagine it shot up a bit after his Saturday masterpiece.

The Raptors lost to the Clippers, 126-118, despite Ross' 51-point performance. Not only did he tie Vince Carter's franchise record, but this is the first time a player who was averaging less than 10 points in a season scored over 50 points in a game. Can the Nets contain him when they meet on Monday?

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