Sure Cavs lost to Raptors, but Eyenga now has more points than Jeff Trepagnier!

All Eyes on Eyenga…the Christian Eyenga Points Tracker Series Continues:
 
In 28 minutes of court time Christian Eyenga put up a career high 16 points vs the Raptors.  His previous career high was the 4 points he scored in his first and only game.  This now puts Eyenga at 20 career points and moves him from 284th to 256th place in Cavalier history.  Below is a list of players that Eyenga eclipsed today:
 
Rank Player                                    Years      G       Points       Avg

256

Christian Eyenga* 2010-11 2 20

10.0

257 Milos Babic 1990-91 12 19 1.6
258 Jeff Trepagnier 2001-02 12 18 1.5
259 Gary Alexander 1993-94 7 17 2.4
260 Greg Graham 1997-98 6 16 2.7
261 Mateen Cleaves 2003-04 4 15 3.8
Elmer Bennett 1994-95 4 15 3.8
Gary Freeman 1970-71 11 15 1.4
264 Tim Kempton 1993-94 4 14 3.5
Tony Dumas 1997-98 7 14 2.0
266 Samardo Samuels* 2010-11 4 13 3.3
267 Billy Thomas 2007-08 7 12 1.7
Mark Hendrickson 1999-00 10 12 1.2
Darryl Johnson 1995-96 11 12 1.1
David Magley 1982-83 14 12 0.9
271 Mike Woodson 1990-91 4 11 2.8
Kornel David 1999-00 6 11 1.8
273 J.R. Reid 2000-01 6 10 1.7
274 Bruno Sundov 2003-04 4 9 2.3
Kevin Henderson 1987-88 5 9 1.8
276 Etdrick Bohannon 2000-01 6 8 1.3
A.J. Bramlett 1999-00 8 8 1.0
Michael Hawkins 2000-01 10 8 0.8
279 Jerome Moiso 2004-05 4 6 1.5
Sedric Toney 1993-94 12 6 0.5
281 Kent Benson 1987-88 2 5 2.5
Melvin Bennett 1981-82 3 5 1.7
Butch Graves 1984-85 4 5 1.3
Geoff Crompton 1983-84 7 5

0.7

 
* Denotes Active Player
 
Some of my favorites that were passed today: the Great Mateen Cleeves, Sports Illustrated Cover Boy JR Reid (pictured below), Bruno Sundov, Jerome Moiso, Jeff Trepagnier and of course Etdrick Bohannon.

J.R. Reid, Basketball, University of North Carolina Tar Heels.

Eyenga now is one of 69 Cavaliers with career double digit scoring averages.  He is at 10.0 points per game currently, we will see if he can keep that up.  To top that all off, Eyenga hit his first career three pointer, becoming the 144th Cavalier to make a three point basket!
 
Lets hope these are all signs of great things to come from Team Congo!
 
Stay tuned to @dwooley81 for all the latest on Eyenga’s rise through the record books!
Brendan Bowers

About Brendan Bowers

I am the founding editor of StepienRules.com. I am also a content strategist and social media manager with Electronic Merchant Systems in Cleveland. My work has been published in SLAM Magazine, KICKS Magazine, The Locker Room Magazine, Cleveland.com, BleacherReport.com, InsideFacebook.com and elsewhere. I've also written a lot of articles that have been published here.

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