Thunder slaughtered the Destroyer and won 19 + 10 Paul 21 minutes and 6 points in a row

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 Thunder slaughtered the Destroyer and won 19 + 10 Paul 21 minutes and 6 points in a row


Adams of the Thunder team scored 19 points and 10 rebounds, Alexander 18 points, Diallo 16 points and 6 rebounds, Basley 12 points and 5 rebounds, Muscara 10 points, Nadel 9 points, Paul less than 21 minutes, 6 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists. Los Angeles scored 19 points and 5 rebounds, Hopson 15 points and 6 rebounds, Webster 10 points and 5 rebounds, Ashley 10 points and 5 rebounds, and Vickers 9 points.

Faced with his fellow countrymen, Adams did not hesitate after the opening match, winning a 6-point lead by 13-7. Ashley helped the saboteurs recover four points, Adams maintained an aggressive 4 points, Diallo came on as a substitute and scored three breakthroughs. They led the team to a 14-2 climax to finish the first quarter, with the Thunder leading by 29-15 by 14 points. Adams scored 10 points in a single quarter.

Diallos good form continued in the second quarter. He scored 6 points to lead the team to a 10-2 start. The Thunder team pulled the advantage to 22 points. Hopson also hit three points, Nadel scored four points in a series of shots and penalties, and Muscara scored three points. The Thunder team led by 48-22 points in the first 6:55 seconds of the half. The saboteurs recovered three points, Paul, Bardsley and Adams took turns to attack well, and the Thunder continued to expand their advantage. The two sides each scored a few points later. Mayorks jump shot ended the second quarter, and the saboteurs were 35-62 behind.

Thunders Adams scored 15 points and 10 rebounds in the first half, Diallo scored 12 points, and Los Angeles scored 11 points.

After the beginning of the third quarter, the two teams came and went, and the score increased alternately. Henry and Hopson hit jump shots, respectively. The saboteurs were 49-73 behind. Alexander Dalian scored four fouls and Muscara scored another three points. The Thunder team pulled the advantage to 31 points. Hampton recovered 4 points from a series of shots and penalties, Diallo broke through the dunk, Alexandria Dalian scored two goals to end the third quarter, and the Thunder team led by 90-57 by 33 points. The big score gap made the fourth quarter enter the garbage time early, and the Thunder team dispatched all the substitutes to fight. The saboteurs tried to narrow the gap, but Diallo, Nadel and others kept aggressive. They helped the team keep a firm lead. Patton cut into the dunk. The Thunder team led 106-71 with 3:55 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Webster scored five points in a row to no avail, the saboteurs were unable to return to the skies and lost 84-110. Destroyersstarting line-up: Hampton, Webster, Abercrombie, Hopson, Lorette: Paul, Alexander, Ferguson, Bazley, Adams. Source: Netease Sports Author: Xiaoliu Responsible Editor: Gong Hao_NB12610

After the beginning of the third quarter, the two teams came and went, and the score increased alternately. Henry and Hopson hit jump shots, respectively. The saboteurs were 49-73 behind. Alexander Dalian scored four fouls and Muscara scored another three points. The Thunder team pulled the advantage to 31 points. Hampton recovered 4 points from a series of shots and penalties, Diallo broke through the dunk, Alexandria Dalian scored two goals to end the third quarter, and the Thunder team led by 90-57 by 33 points.

The big score gap made the fourth quarter enter the garbage time early, and the Thunder team dispatched all the substitutes to fight. The saboteurs tried to narrow the gap, but Diallo, Nadel and others kept aggressive. They helped the team keep a firm lead. Patton cut into the dunk. The Thunder team led 106-71 with 3:55 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Webster scored five points in a row to no avail, the saboteurs were unable to return to the skies and lost 84-110.

Destroyersstarting line-up: Hampton, Webster, Abercrombie, Hopson, Lowe

Thunders starting line-up: Paul, Alexander, Ferguson, Bardsley, Adams