Excellent Live News: On May 2, , the NBA regular season continued to fight fiercely. Among them, the Indiana Pacers
They easily defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 152-95, beating their opponents by 57 points and ending their two-game losing streak.
Sabonis, who returned from injury, scored a triple-double of 26 points, 19 rebounds and 14 assists. Among them, he surrendered 22 11 11 at halftime and became the first player in 25 years.
At the same time, the Pacers’ 152 points created a single-game scoring record in team history.
In the first quarter, Sumner scored three goals in a row to help the Pacers get off to an 8-0 start.
Maleden made a free throw to help the Thunder get the first point of the game. After Sabonis scored 2 1, LeVert’s three-pointer helped the Pacers take a double-digit lead in less than 3 minutes of the game.
After that, the two teams competed fiercely around the point difference of about 10 points. Maleden hit a three-pointer, and McDermott hit two three-pointers in return.
After Sabonis succeeded in stealing and counterattacking, the Pacers opened fire from the outside and scored 4 consecutive three-pointers to help them end the first quarter with a 42-29 lead of 13 points.
In the second quarter, the Pacers started with a 13-2 spurt, instantly expanding the point difference to more than 20 points.
Although Bradley made two inside dunks, Holiday succeeded in hitting a three-pointer and scored 5 points in a row. Coupled with Sabonis’s strong dunk, he also scored 9 points in a row, widening the point difference to .
After consecutive substitutions and timeouts, the Thunder’s decline has not improved.
With LeVille making an emergency stop and making a mid-range shot, Sane made a layup, and the Pacers widened the point difference to more than 30 points.
At the end of the half, the Pacers led 82-46. Among them, Xiao Sa scored a triple-double with 22 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, becoming the first player in the past 25 years to score 22 11 11 in a half.
After changing sides, LeVert and Holiday hit three-pointers one after another. The Pacers scored 10-2 and widened the point difference to more than 40 points.
Bazley made a free throw to score points for the Thunder. LeVert scored another 6 points with a penalty shot, and Bazley hit a three-pointer to stop the bleeding.
Moses Brown made consecutive inside shots, but the Pacers made two consecutive three-pointers and the point difference has exceeded 50 points.
The Thunder scored 2 points for a layup, McDermott made two more three-pointers, and Mikhailiuk finally hit a three-pointer. After three quarters, the Pacers led 126-70 by 56 points.
In the final quarter, the two sides dispatched their respective substitute lineups to play. The Thunder were powerless and suffered a disastrous defeat. At the end of the game, the Pacers blew the Thunder 152-95.
The score of 152 points is also the highest score in the history of the Pacers.
View: Pacers vs. Thunder Full-time video scores and data: Single quarter scores: 42-29, 40-17, 44-24, 26-25 (Pacers in front) Pacers (30-33): Sabonis
26 points, 19 rebounds and 14 assists, McDermott 31 points, Brissett 16 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 blocks, Sumner 10 points, Justin Holiday 12 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists, Justin
– Holiday 9 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists, McConaughey 4 points, 4 assists and 3 steals, Martin 5 points and 4 rebounds, Stanley 7 points, Braima 7 points and 4 rebounds Thunder (21-43): Bezley 10
4 points and 4 rebounds, Moses Brown 16 points and 7 rebounds, Charles Brown 8 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists, Maleden 8 points, Hall 7 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists, Dyke 8 points and 10 rebounds, Bradley 13 points
8 rebounds, Mikhailuk 13 points, Williams 8 points and 4 assists Both sides started: Thunder: Bezley, Maleden, Charles Brown, Robbie, Moses Brown Pacers: LeVert, Sam
Na, McDermott, Brissett, Sabonis