Excellent Live News: On January 7th, , the NBA regular season continued, and the Pelicans played at home against the Thunder
, The two teams stalemate all the way to the last moment in the final quarter. In the last 12.1 seconds, Hill made two free throws and the Thunder led by 1 point. With Alexander Walker missing a three-pointer, the Thunder beat the Pelicans 111-110 in a thrilling manner.
In the first quarter, Zion took the lead in scoring two points from the basket, and the Thunder scored four three-pointers from the outside to take the lead. Bledsoe and Ball also responded to three-pointers in a row, and Zion and Adams took turns to score inside.
, The Pelicans overtook the score 19-12.
Alexander broke through and scored to stop the bleeding, Ball hit a jumper, Horford recovered 5 points from both inside and outside, and the Pelicans kept their 8-point advantage by blooming more points outside.
Diallo made a breakthrough, Redick hit a jumper, Bazley went inside and chased for 2 points, and then the two teams each scored a three-pointer. Hayes followed up with a dunk. After the first quarter, the Pelicans led 34-26.
In the second quarter, the Thunder played a 6-2 counterattack, and they narrowed the gap to 4 points.
Bledsoe responded with a three-pointer, Robbie scored another 5 points, and the Thunder chased to 37-39.
Zion returned with two free throws, and Maledon and Muscala each scored a three-pointer. They led the team to another 10-0 spurt. At 6 minutes and 35 seconds before halftime, the Thunder took a 47-41 lead.
Zion successfully stopped the bleeding in singles, and Walker also scored two goals in a row. They led the team to a 12-0 counterattack wave, and the Pelicans regained the lead 53-47 at 3 minutes and 25 seconds before halftime.
Maledon made another three-pointer, Ingram took over the offense and scored 6 points in a row to end the second quarter, and the Pelicans led by 5 points 59-54.
Changing sides to fight again, Bazley came up and played a wave of 11-0 to help the Thunder complete the overtake, Ingram made two free throws to stop the bleeding, Horford shot through the heart with a three-pointer, Bazley scored consecutive empty cuts, and the Thunder led 72-61 by 11
Zion and Ingram took turns chasing points, Alexander succeeded in chasing the layup, the Pelicans continued to attack the inside, Alexander continued to shoot in the middle and long range with a fiery hand, Dortmund also scored points one after another, Zion made a tip-up, and Muscala made a mid-range shot.
Bledsoe made a throw and scored. At the end of the third quarter, the Thunder overtook the score 88-78.
In the last quarter, Zion stormed into Hayes and sent a dunk, and the Pelicans went all out to catch up to 1 point 9-0. Although Muscala scored two consecutive three-pointers to stop the bleeding, Ball and Walker teamed up to score consecutive shots.
The penalty combined and scored 9 points to help the Pelicans achieve a lead. After that, the two teams launched a tragic tug-of-war, and the score was stalemate.
Hill made two free throws in the last 12.1 seconds, and the Thunder led by 1 point. With Alexander Walker missing a three-pointer, the Thunder won 111-110 in a thrilling manner.
Thunder vs. Pelicans full game replay
Thunder vs. Pelicans full game replay
Scores and statistics of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 34-26, 25-28, 19-34, 32-23 (Pelicans in front) Thunder: Dortmund 9 points, Bazley 20 points, 12 rebounds and 3 assists, Horford 8 points
7 rebounds and 3 blocks, Gilgeous-Alexander 21 points, 9 assists, 5 steals and 5 rebounds, George Hill 13 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals, Diallo 9 points and 3 assists, Muscala 18 points and 3 rebounds, Mahler
Deng 6 points and 4 assists, Kenrich Williams 2 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists, Robbie 5 points and 2 rebounds Pelicans: Ingram 24 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists, Zion 29 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals, Adams 10
Points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and 1 steal, Bledsoe 13 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals, Ball 15 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists, Hart 10 rebounds, 3 steals and 1 assist, Alexander Walker 13 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals
, Hayes 4 points and 2 rebounds, Redick 2 points and 1 assist Both sides started: Thunder: Gilgeous-Alexander, George Hill, Dortmund, Bezley, Horford Pelicans: Ball, Bledsoe,
Ingram, Zion, Adams