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-94 defeated the Pacers, the Nets’ 3-game losing streak ended, and the Pacers suffered a 4-game losing streak.
In the first quarter, the Nets got the ball for the first time and Irving scored the first point in singles. The Pacers responded with Brogdon’s three-pointer. Both teams did not start well.
The Nets only scored 6 points in the first 4 minutes and 30 seconds of the start, but the Pacers’ scoring drought continued for a longer period of time. In the quarter, there was even a situation where they did not score a single point in 3 minutes.
Starting to open up the score, they established an 8-point advantage with a 10-2 spurt.
J-Holiday and Sabonis’ two three-pointers helped the team stop the bleeding, but their overall state was not online, and they only scored 18 points in the whole quarter, and the Nets scored 9 points in the final period of Harden and Irving.
Take the lead to end the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Harris scored 2 consecutive three-pointers, and Irving rushed to the basket to win free throw opportunities. At 5 minutes and 42 seconds, Irving assisted Shamet and scored three-pointers. After a wave of 22-5 offensive climax, the Nets won
Sabonis’ layup still couldn’t stop the Nets from moving forward. After Harden assisted Green and Jordan completed the dunk, Harden hit a three-pointer from the outside.
Irving also continued to break through the Pacers’ defense, standing at the free throw line 4 times. After halftime, the Nets led 62-30.
It is worth mentioning that the 30 points in the half set the lowest record in the history of the Pacers.
Changing sides to fight again, the Pacers regained their sense, Lamb hit a three-pointer at the beginning to open the situation, and then Brogdon and Turner also sent three-pointers from the outside, the Nets still performed well at the beginning, Harris and Irving hit one after another
Three points to hold the advantage.
However, they also encountered the same misfire problem as the Pacers. They only scored 7 points in the next 8 minutes and gave the Pacers a chance to chase points.
The three-pointer drove the team’s offense, and Sabonis scored consecutive points near the paint. The Pacers responded with a 29-7 offensive and chased the point difference to 14 points to rekindle hope.
But at the last moment, Harden stood up in time and scored 4 points in a row. The Nets stabilized the situation and regained a 20-point lead to end the third quarter.
In the final quarter, the Pacers continued to attack unabated. After a wave of 10-5 offensive climax, they chased the score to 72-87.
Irving led the team to counterattack immediately. At 7 minutes and 1 second, Irving scored a three-pointer from the outside and the Nets regained their 20-point advantage.
The Pacers did not show weakness, and Brogdon and Holiday scored three-pointers one after another to return the favor.
At the critical moment, Irving stood up again and stood on the free throw line six times in a row. At 3 minutes and 21 seconds, Irving steals Sabonis and quickly goes to the basket with his left hand to complete a layup. The Nets lead 102-83.
Although the Pacers also performed subsequently, it was of no avail.
In the end, the Nets beat the Pacers 104-94.
Pacers vs Nets Full Game Replay
Pacers vs Nets Full Game Replay
The score and data of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 18-27, 12-35, 32-20, 32-22 (Pacers in front) Pacers (12-13): Sabonis 18 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals.
Rogdon had 15 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists, J-Holiday had 12 points and 4 rebounds, McConaughey had 13 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists, McDermott had 12 points and 4 rebounds, A-Holiday had 8 points and 2 assists.
Nets (15-12): Irving 35 points, 4 rebounds and 8 assists, Harden 19 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists, Harris 17 points and 2 rebounds, Jordan 12 points and 13 rebounds, Green 7 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists, Shamet
8 points and 2 rebounds.
Both sides start: Pacers: Brogdon, Justin Holiday, Lamb, Sabonis Jr., Myles Turner Nets: Irving, Harden, Bruce Brown, Joe Harris, Jordan Jr.