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Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington  stops a shot at the goal line as Boston Bruins’ David Krejci pokes at it in Game 5 on June 6 (Charles Krupa)
Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington stops a shot at the goal line as Boston Bruins’ David Krejci pokes at it in Game 5 on June 6 (Charles Krupa)|Associated Press
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Friday Quickie Quiz & Single Digits - Blues, Bruins, Phillies, Jay Bruce, Ron Hextall, Jordan Binnington, Bird, Kobe, Jordan, Jabbar, Lowry

Bob Vetrone

Bob Vetrone

FRIDAY’S QUICKIE QUIZ

>>> Who is the only NBA player that is the career postseason scoring leader for two different franchises?

(Answer Below)

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FRIDAY’S SINGLE DIGITS

>>> Through Game 3 of their series with the Bruins, the Blues had been outscored 56-24 in 15 Stanley Cup Finals games (1-14). They have now won two in a row by a combined 6-3 score.

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>>> As @liam_mchugh points out, the Blues are now 7-1 in Games 5-6-7 of their 2019 postseason series. They are 8-8 in Games 1-2-3-4. Here’s a look at all their series game-by-game:

Round 1 - W W L L . . . W W
Round 2 - W L W L . . . L W W
Round 3 - L W L W . . . W W
Round 4 - L W L W . . . W

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>>> The 2018-19 season will not go down as one of Ron Hextall’s favorite. First he was first as Flyers General Manager and now the Blues’ Jordan Binnington has broken Hextall’s rooki record for playoff road wins. Binnington got No. 9 Thursday; Hextall had eight in 1987.

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>>> Jay Bruce makes his Citizens Bank Park Phillies debut tonight against his original team, the Cincinnati Reds, who drafted him with the 12th overall pick in 2005.

He is a career .294 hitter at CBP with a .559 slugging percentage, but from 2011-2017 those numbers were .393/.764.

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QUICKIE QUIZ ANSWER

>>> Chris Paul is the career postseason scoring leader for both the Los Angeles Clippers and the New Orleans Pelicans.

Here are each current team’s career leader in postseason points scored (entire franchise history included):

Atlanta Hawks - Bob Petit (2,240)
Boston Celtics – Larry Bird (3,897)
Brooklyn Nets – Jason Kid (1,308)
Charlotte Hornets – David Wesley (446)
Chicago Bulls – Michael Jordan (5,987)
Cleveland Cavaliers – LeBron James (4,573)
Dallas Mavericks – Dick Nowitzki (3,663)
Denver Nuggets – Alex English (1,540)
Detroit Pistons – Richard Hamilton (2,467)
Golden State Warriors – Stephen Curry (2,889)
Houston Rockets – Hakeem Olajuwon (3,727)
Indiana Pacers – Reggie Miller (2,972)
Los Angeles Clippers – Chris Paul (1,125)
Los Angeles Lakers – Kobe Bryant (5,640)
Memphis Grizzlies – Zach Randolph (1,058)
Miami Heat – Dwyane Wade (3,864)
Milwaukee Bucks – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1,692)
Minnesota Timberwolves – Kevin Garnett (1,049)
New Orleans Pelicans – Chris Paul (504)
New York Knicks – Patrick Ewing (2,787)
Oklahoma City Thunder – Kevin Durant (2,620)
Orlando Magic – Dwight Howard (1,133)
Philadelphia 76ers – Julius Erving (3,088)
Phoenix Suns – Kevin Johnson (2,026)
Portland Trail Blazers – Clyde Drexel (2,015)
Sacramento Kings – Oscar Robertson (1,159)
San Antonio Spurs – Tim Duncan (5,172)
Toronto Raptors – Kyle Lowry (1,186)
Utah Jazz – Karl Malone (4,519)
Washington Wizards – Elvin Hayes (1,997)