Our Fave Five: Dec. 7, 2012

Missed a milestone? Blinked during breakout? Snoozed through a showdown? Don't worry -- with the NBA D-League and YouTube, you can always watch full games on-demand. And these are our favorites from the past week.
With Assignments flying into and out of the NBA D-League at a record-devastating pace and Top Prospects rising and falling on the Big Board, there's a lot to keep track of. Start here.

No. 5: The Baze Area
Santa Cruz Warriors 101, Reno Bighorns 95 (Nov. 30)
Reno Bighorns swingman Kent Bazemore -- on assignment from the Golden State Warriors -- turns out one of the best individual performances of any player in the NBA D-League this season, stacking up 27 points, 9 boards, 5 steals and a win for the Warriors.
No. 4: Wright Takes Flight
Sioux Falls Skyforce 98, Maine Red Claws 87
Maine's Chris Wright leads the charge with a huge slam in a two-hour highlight package.
No. 3: CD Changer
Texas Legends 102, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 95 (Dec. 1)
No. 1 overall Prospect Chris Douglas-Roberts, the league's leading scorer, nearly racks up a triple-double with eight assists and seven boards to go along with his 27 points.
No. 2: The Sultan of Swat
Sioux Falls Skyforce 118, Springfield Armor 111 (Nov. 30)
Reigning Performer of the Week Jarvis Varnado -- the NCAA's all-time leader in blocked shots -- rejects eight Maine shots for Sioux Falls, while teammate and No. 3 overall Prospect Andrew Goudelock goes for 24 points and Springfield point guard Ben Uzoh closes in on a triple-double.
No. 1: Assign Of Things to Come
Tulsa 66ers 97, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 94 (Nov. 30)
First-round Draft picks Terrence Jones -- an RGV forward on assignment from the Rockets -- and Jeremy Lamb -- the No. 12 pick in June's Draft, on assignment from OKC -- combine for 60 points and 26 boards in Tulsa's 97-94 win.