[Guide] on May 14th, the fifth game of the Wizards series beat the Pacers away,
102-79 beat the opponent by 23 points.
The big score is 2-3 behind temporarily.
The Wizards core Wall and the Polish hammer Gortat broke out, and the Pacers grabbed 39 rebounds less.
Wall made 11 of 20 shots and swept away the haze before the series, scoring 27 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists.
Marcin Gortat scored 31 points and 16 rebounds, setting playoff records for scoring and rebounding.
Hibbert was in a slump again, scoring only 4 points and 2 rebounds.
The Pacers only grabbed 23 rebounds, and the Wizards got 62 rebounds. Among them, the Wizards grabbed 14 more offensive rebounds than the Pacers.
Although the Pacers were defeated in this game, they still led by a big score of 3-2.
In the last game, the Wizards were reversed by the Pacers with a 19-point lead, which became a great pity.
The Wizards went all out in this game and dragged the series into Game 6.
The Wizards felt very hot after the opening game. Gortat made consecutive hits, and Nene also made mid-range hits. The Wizards opened the game 10-3.
The Pacers started to counterattack with Stephenson’s three-pointer. In the halfway point of this quarter, George also staged a wonderful back dunk.
The Pacers trailed the Wizards 19-25 in the first quarter.
The Pacers beat the Wizards to an 18-0 climax at the beginning of the second quarter. George hit a three-pointer and the Pacers led 27-25.
After the middle of this section, the Pacers’ shooting rate dropped rapidly, and they only hit one goal in 6 minutes and 45 seconds. The Wizards also played a wave of 17-3 in response.
45-35 lead again.
The Pacers trailed 38-45 in the first half.
In the third quarter, the Pacers showed no signs of recovery and only hit one goal in 4 minutes. The Wizards took this opportunity to continue to expand the point difference.
-47 led by 19 points.
The Pacers finally got a goal from Stephenson, but Wall hit back with three consecutive points, and he took care of the Wizards’ last 8 points in this quarter.
The Wizards 76-52 left the Pacers far behind.
The Wizards did not relax at all in the first half of the fourth quarter. With 7 minutes and 22 seconds left in the game, the Wizards had already led 89-60 by 29 points.
The Wizards finally replaced the main players, and the Pacers gave up the game after a little struggle.
In the end, the Wizards beat the Pacers 102-79 away.