-- Steve Nash dropped 13 dimes. Larry Hughes erupted for 31 points. Samuel Dalembert grabbed 18 rebounds.
You think you know what went on this weekend with the debut of the 2005 NBA Playoffs. In fact, closer inspection reveals facts and figures from the weekend's first games that would make even a fantasy freak's head spin.
Here's a look at some key statistics that played a part in deciding the opening games, contests which will shape the course of the playoffs:
1st and only time in Shaquille O'Neal's 159-game playoff career that a pair of teammates scored 30-plus points in a contest as Dwyane Wade and Damon Jones combined to make 22-of-30 field goals in Miami's 116-98 victory over the New Jersey on April 24.
2 Difference between Seattle's scoring output in the first quarter (30) compared with that of the second half (32) as it squeaked past Sacramento, 87-82 on Saturday.
3 The high assist total by a Maverick (Dirk Nowitzki) in Dallas' 98-86 loss to Houston on Saturday. The Mavericks collectively posted just 12 assists versus 13 turnovers.
Nocioni was a machine in Chicago's Game 1 win.
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Shooting production of Boston's Raef LaFrentz
from the three-point arc in the C's 102-82 defeat of Indiana on April 23. The 6-11 center hit 8-of-9 field goals overall en route to a team-high 21 points.
7 The franchise playoff record for blocks Ben Wallace set in Detroit's 106-85 rout of the 76ers on April 23.
9 Number of points Washington guard Gilbert Arenas was held to in a 103-94 loss to the Bulls after averaging over 30 ppg against them during the regular season.
11 First time in that many years the Nuggets won a road playoff game as they stole home-court advantage from the Spurs, 93-87 on April 24.
13 Number of consecutive seasons Spurs forward Robert Horry has participated in the playoffs -- every year of his career.
15-of-32 Phoenix's three-point shooting in its 114-103 win over the Grizzlies, setting a franchise playoff record for converted treys.
16 Total field goals New Jersey missed in a 17-shot span versus Miami.
17 Consecutive number of shots San Antonio missed against Denver.
18 Chicago rookie Andres Nocioni set a franchise record by grabbing that many rebounds as he played every minute of his team's win over the Wizards, scoring 25 points.
19-5 Second quarter rebounding advantage Detroit used to tally nine second chance points in that period.
24 The number of field goals the Rockets limited the Mavericks to in setting a Houston playoff record-low.
25 Point total for Stephen Jackson as well as the Pacers other four starters (Anthony Johnson, 9; Reggie Miller, 7; Jermaine O'Neal, 7; Dale Davis, 2).
39 Boston's scoring in the second quarter and Phoenix's scoring in the first quarter.
100 Percentage of Eastern Conference Game 1 winners that cracked the 100-point mark compared to only one of four Western Conference victors accomplishing the feat.
128 Consecutive playoff games Indiana guard Reggie Miller went with a three-point attempt since 1990, a streak ending in the Pacers' loss to Boston.