Excellent Live News: April 12, , 2020-21 season NBA regular season
Moving on, the Cleveland Cavaliers host the New Orleans Pelicans.
In the end, the Pelicans defeated the Cavaliers 116-109.
In the first quarter, Dellavedova assisted Okoro to hit a three-pointer and scored the first blood. Ingram did not show any weakness at the top of the arc on the left and immediately returned the color. Afterwards, Love received the ball and made a three-pointer.
Very good, Bledsoe and Ingram hit a three-pointer again, and the two sides drew 11.
After that, Zion turned around and dunked successfully inside, and the Cavaliers relied on their excellent outside touch to score two more three-pointers. The Cavaliers expanded their lead to 7 points in a wave of 8-2.
After that, the Pelicans stormed the inside and scored 4 points by free throws. Love maintained his fiery touch and hit his third three-pointer in the first quarter. The Cavaliers led 39-29 by 10 points to end the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Zion scored consecutive points and led the Pelicans to chase points, while the Cavaliers also succeeded in attacking the penalty area consecutively. The scores of the two teams rose staggeredly, and the point difference remained at about 10 points.
In the middle of this section, the Cavaliers were repeatedly blocked on the offensive end. The Pelicans took the opportunity to attack continuously and made consecutive fouls by the Cavaliers. They continued to narrow the point difference through free throws, and once narrowed the point difference to only 4 points.
Then, Osman made a jump shot to help the Cavaliers stabilize the situation.
After that, the two teams returned to the tug-of-war situation. At the end of the quarter, Zion scored 6 points in a row, helping the Pelicans narrow the point difference again, narrowing the point difference to only 1 point.
Subsequently, Wade made a strong attack to help the Cavaliers stop the bleeding.
After that, the Cavaliers regained their touch and expanded the point difference again.
At the end of this section, the Cavaliers temporarily led the Pelicans 68-62.
After changing sides to fight again, the Pelicans began to exert their strength. They scored 6 points in a row to tie the score. The Cavaliers hit the iron many times.
-0 in return for the Pelicans, once again taking a 7-point lead.
Ingram received a pass from Bledsoe and flew to the basket, and Marshall scored a three-pointer from the right corner.
Okoro played well in this quarter and scored consecutive shots from inside and outside.
At the end of this quarter, the Pelicans once again played a 6-0 spurt to narrow the point difference to 2 points. Osman made a layup to stabilize the situation for the Cavaliers.
At the end of the three quarters, the Cavaliers led the Pelicans by 4 points 94-90.
In the final quarter, Marshall took the lead with a tip-up, and Love’s three-pointer and Dellavedova’s layup stopped the bleeding for the Cavaliers in time.
But at this time, the Pelicans became more and more courageous. Johnson and Marshall scored consecutive throws.
At the decisive moment, Love and Wade missed three-pointers one after another. Ingram made a steady free throw, and the game lost suspense.
In the end, the Pelicans reversed the Cavaliers 116-109 away and won two consecutive victories.
View: Pelicans vs. Cavaliers full-time video scores and data: Single quarter score: 29-39, 33-29, 28-26, 26-15 (Pelicans in front) Cavaliers (19-34): Dean-
Wade 21 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals, Love 19 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists, Hartenstein 10 points and 6 rebounds, Okoro 19 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists, Dellavedova 7 points and 2 rebounds
10 assists, Prince 11 points and 5 rebounds, Osman 15 points, 3 rebounds and 7 assists, Cabengelle 2 points and 4 rebounds Pelicans (24-29): Zion 38 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists, Ingram 27 points and 3
8 rebounds and 8 assists, Adams 8 rebounds and 3 assists, Marshall 15 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists, Bledsoe 7 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists, Johnson 9 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists, Hayes 8 points and 3 rebounds, Hernan 6 points
7 boards Both sides start: Cavaliers: Dellavedova, Okoro, Wade, Love, Hartenstein Pelicans: Bledsoe, Marshall, Ingram, Zion, Adams