[Guide] News on February 26, The Lakers defeated the Jazz 100-97 in an away game today and won two consecutive victories. Rookie point guard Clark
Sen grabbed 22 points, a career high.
Lakers beat Jazz 100-97
The technical statistics of this game:
Clarkson had 22 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists, Hayward had 20 points, 3 assists and 6 turnovers
Hill had 16 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals; Gobert had 16 points, 14 rebounds and 3 blocks
Jeremy Lin had 8 points, 2 rebounds and 3 assists, Favors had 18 points, 9 rebounds and 2 steals
The star of the game: the rookie defender shines in the game
Clarkson contributed 22 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists in the game, and he was very efficient, making 10 of 16 shots.
It is worth mentioning that the rookie point guard set a new career high (previously 20 points) through this game.
At the same time, it also brought the Lakers a long-lost two-game winning streak.
Game trend: The Lakers comeback with a thrilling victory
The Lakers managed to defeat their long-time rival Celtics in the last game. Unexpectedly, the players’ celebration after the game annoyed Kobe and Scott.
In today’s battle, the Zijin Army had an inextricable start with their opponents. After Clarkson hit a jumper, Boozer fouled and made two free throws, 14-15.
However, the Jazz played at home after all, and Gobert scored 5 points in a row inside. The home team widened the point difference 24-14.
Before the end of the first quarter, Jeremy Lin sent an assist for Johnson, Bokel made two free throws, and the Jazz led 29-21.
The two sides fought again in the second quarter, and the Lakers worked hard to maintain the frontline. After Davis made a tip-up, the difference between the two teams was still 8 points.
Boozer then hit a layup, 36-42.
The Jazz’s offensive end misfired for a while, and the Lakers took advantage of the situation to expand their results. After Ellington hit a jumper, the gap between the two teams narrowed to 3 points.
Before the end of halftime, Boozer made a layup, and Hayward immediately retaliated. The Jazz still maintained a 51-45 advantage of 6 points.
After another battle, the two sides came and went, and the score rose alternately. After Ellington made a shot from the top of the arc, the Lakers approached the score to 56-58.
After Favors made two free throws, Clarkson and Boozer teamed up to tie the score.
The two teams began to enter a stalemate, and the score was staggered. However, before the end of the third quarter, the Jazz took the lead. After a wave of 11-2 climax, the lead was re-established.
Hood made a long shot at the buzzer, and the home team entered the final quarter with a 9-point lead 78-69.
With the advantage in hand, the Jazz played somewhat loosely, which gave the Lakers a chance to comeback.
Davis and Hill completed consecutive dunks, and the two sides tied at 88.
At 3 minutes and 04 seconds before the end of the game, Hill made a jumper from the top of the arc, which helped the Zijin Army lead 92-89.
After Favors returned the favor, Clarkson hit a jumper again, and the Lakers still maintained a 3-point lead.
Hayward missed consecutively at critical moments, but Gobert grabbed offensive rebounds one after another.
It’s a pity that only 1 of 4 free throws was made.
After Hayward missed another three-pointer, Hill fouled and made two free throws to ensure the Lakers led by 4 points.
Although Favors completed a three-pointer with 2.2 seconds before the end of the game, it was too late.
Game Highlights: Timer Strike Game Suspended
At the opening stage of the final quarter, the on-site timer suddenly went on strike and stopped.
In desperation, the referee could only temporarily suspend the game. After a delay of almost a few minutes, the game restarted.
The starting lineups of both sides:
Jazz: Ingles, Exum, Hayward, Favors, Gobert
Lakers: Clarkson, Ellington, Kelly, Boozer, Thackeray