George 26 points’ Clippers take Phoenix and take back 4th place in the West 

The Los Angeles Clippers (hereinafter referred to as the Clippers) defeated the Phoenix Suns (hereinafter referred to as the Phoenix) with the performance of Paul George (32).

On the afternoon of the 17th (Korean time), 카지노사이트 in the regular league game of the NBA 2022-23 season held at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, they won by 116-107 and 9 points. The Clippers exchanged rankings with Phoenix, who recorded 32-27 with 33-28 (West 4th). For the Clippers,

Paul George had 26 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Terence Man had 26 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists, and Kawhi Leonard had 16 points. Scored 9 rebounds and 4 assists. Phoenix’s Josh Okogi scored 24 points, 5 rebounds and 3 steals, including 6 3-pointers, Deandre Ayton scored 18 points and 6 rebounds, and Chris Paul struggled with 5 points, 11 assists and 4 steals.

The Clippers scored 18-9 from the beginning of the first quarter with Man and George’s 13 points. Then Okogi changed the flow with a 3-point shot, and Ayton showed off his board control. However, the Clippers overwhelmed the Phoenix bench players with a bench lineup led by Eric Gordon and Bonds Hyland. Accordingly, the Clippers ended the first quarter with a 28-23, 5-point lead.

Gordon, who had a good performance from the second half of the first quarter, made consecutive 3-pointers in the second quarter. Okogi, who received a pass from Ross and made a 3-point shot, scored 12 points in that quarter alone. In addition, Terrence Ross, who joined via buyout, exceeded expectations. The Clippers could have been dragged out, but each time they did, George and Man’s perimeter scoring balanced it. Thus, the Clippers ended the first half with a narrowly two-point lead, 54-52.

However, Phoenix had a problem. It is that Leonard’s goal did not explode until the first half. This wish soon became a reality. Leonard saved Man’s cut-in in a fierce battle and controlled the zero point with free throws. Then, he succeeded in the fader way jumper, Andwon with a breakthrough score, and the pull-up jumper, and was perfectly revived. In addition, the Clippers entered the fourth quarter with a 91-84, 7-point lead, thanks to the performances of George and Man.

Mason Plumlee, who scored a cut-in as soon as the fourth quarter began, showed a better defensive performance than expected. As the opponent’s bench members struggled, George made a runaway score with consecutive mid-range jumpers and free throws. Then, Okogi, who connected Paul’s steal with his 6th 3-point shot, broke his own 3-point shot success record. Embarrassed by this, George and Leonard committed consecutive turnovers, but immediately scored together and continued good defense.

Booker, who entered the clutch time, also succeeded in consecutive jump shots and scored points, but Zubac did not allow the opponent to score easily as he defended the paint zone. This led to George’s pull-up jumper. However, Booker broke through Zubac’s defense and succeeded in Andwon, which Leonard responded with a dunk. In the attack that followed, Ayton also responded with a mid-range jumper.

Man, who scored a cut-in 1 minute and 25 seconds before the end of the game with a ball-less movement, pulled out Phoenix’s timeout. Sensing that his time was approaching, Leonard blocked Booker’s layup and scored an Andone with a floater.

Afterwards, the Clippers beat Phoenix by 116-107, 9 points.