NEW YORK, Nov. 14 – The Washington Wizards’ Gilbert Arenas and the Denver Nuggets’ Marcus Camby today were named the Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Nov. 7 through Sunday, Nov. 13.

Arenas averaged a league-high 31 points on 54.4 percent shooting and dished out 7.7 assists to lead the Wizards to a 2-1 record. Arenas recorded 32 points on 11-of-16 shooting and seven assists in a 137-96 rout of the SuperSonics on Nov. 11 and exploded for an NBA season-high 43 points on 15-for-20 shooting in a 110-95 win over the Spurs on Nov. 12.

Camby recorded a double-double in all three contests to lead the Nuggets to a 2-1 record. He posted 19.3 points and league highs of 16.7 rebounds and five blocks per game. Camby, currently leading the NBA in rebounding and blocks, recorded a season high 22 rebounds in a 102-91 win over the Timberwolves on Nov. 13.

Here is a closer look at the week for Arenas and Camby:

Gilbert Arenas, Washington Wizards
Nov. 9 vs. Los Angeles Clippers: Recorded a double-double of 18 points and 10 assists in a 102-97 loss to the Clippers.
Nov. 11 vs. Seattle: Connected on 11-of-16 field goals to record 32 points, while dishing out seven assists, in a 137-96 win over the visiting Sonics.
Nov. 12 vs. San Antonio: Scored an NBA season-high 43 points on 15-of-20 shooting and had six assists in a 110-95 win over the Spurs.

Marcus Camby, Denver Nuggets
Nov. 9 vs. Sacramento: Posted 20 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks in a 107-91 home win over the Kings.
Nov. 11 at Sacramento: Tallied 20 points, 17 rebounds and two blocks as the Kings defeated the Nuggets 101-85 at Arco Arena.
Nov. 13 vs. Minnesota: Recorded an NBA season-high 22 rebounds, while having 18 points, seven blocks and three assists in a 102-91 win over the visiting Timberwolves.

Other nominees for Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week were Cleveland’s Larry Hughes, Detroit’s Chauncey Billups, Indiana’s Ron Artest, the Los Angeles Clippers’ Elton Brand, Miami’s Dwyane Wade, Milwaukee’s Mo Williams, Minnesota’s Kevin Garnett, Orlando’s Steve Francis, Portland’s Zach Randolph and San Antonio’s Tony Parker.