Morris Peterson, Raptors guard and former MSU Spartan, sat out Wednesday's game with a slightly torn tendon in his elbow. Why is this notable? Because he had been the NBA's active leader in consecutive games played, appearing in 371 consecutive contests. Who's the leader now? None other than Atlanta's Joe Johnson, who played in his 366th straight game last night against the Pistons.
Mo Pete (finally) sits out
By Matt Watson