Walkers beat Warren 17 in the first three consecutive seasons and Rogden 14+4

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 Walkers beat Warren 17 in the first three consecutive seasons and Rogden 14+4


Raven, Porter and Marcanin of the Bulls did not play. After the start of the game, the two teams competed fiercely, the score was tight, White hit three points, and the Bulls were 12-13 behind with 5 minutes and 15 seconds left in the first quarter. After the sudden change, the Bulls hit rate began to decline, Brogden and Turner shot three points respectively, they led the team to a small climax of 9-0, the Pacers led by 22-12 by 10 points. Azidiacono also hit 5 points, Simon also made a good layup, the Bulls were 19-24 behind at the end of the first quarter.

Shortly after the start of the second quarter, McDermott scored five points in a row and Samner made a breakthrough, with the Pacers leading by 36-23 and 13 points. White responded with three points. He led the team to chase 7 points in a row. Warren and Brogden hit three points one after another. Lamb, saberness and Warren also took turns to score. They led the team to a 14-2 offensive climax. The Pacers led the team by 18 points, 50-32, in 2:45 before half-time. Dunn succeeded in singles twice. He led the team to eight points in a row. Warren scored three points. The Pacers ended the second quarter with a 53-40 lead of 13 points.

Brogden of the Pacers scored 12 points in the first half, Warren 10 points and White of the Bulls 10 points.

Shortly after the start of the third quarter, the Pacers reached another climax. Turner and Lamb led an 8-2 attack wave with three points each, and the Pacers led 18 points with 64-46. White responded 5 points to stop bleeding, Brogden scored two free throws, Liv shot, and the Pacers quickly stabilized the situation. The Bulls were tough, Simon led the team to chase eight points in a row, Turner hit back with three points, Sabonis, Liv and McDermott attacked well, and the Pacers ended the third quarter with a 81-61 lead of 20 points. At the beginning of the last quarter, the two teams attacked several times. White kept attacking and scored five points. The Bulls were 74-89 behind. McDermott and Warren worked together for four points to stabilize the situation. The big gap made the game lose suspense early. Both sides played the rest of the game with substitutes. The Pacers won 105-87. Bulls starting line-up: Dunn, White, Valentine, Cornett, Jafford Pacers starting line-up: Brogden, Lamb, Warren, Sabonis, Turner. Source: Netease Sports Author: Xiaoliu Responsible Editor: Yang Jiankun_NS4215

Shortly after the start of the third quarter, the Pacers reached another climax. Turner and Lamb led an 8-2 attack wave with three points each, and the Pacers led 18 points with 64-46. White responded 5 points to stop bleeding, Brogden scored two free throws, Liv shot, and the Pacers quickly stabilized the situation. The Bulls were tough, Simon led the team to chase eight points in a row, Turner hit back with three points, Sabonis, Liv and McDermott attacked well, and the Pacers ended the third quarter with a 81-61 lead of 20 points.

At the beginning of the last quarter, the two teams attacked several times. White kept attacking and scored five points. The Bulls were 74-89 behind. McDermott and Warren worked together for four points to stabilize the situation. The big gap made the game lose suspense early. Both sides played the rest of the game with substitutes. The Pacers won 105-87.

Bulls starting line-up: Dunn, White, Valentine, Cornett, Jafford

Pedestrians starting line-up: Brogden, Lamb, Warren, Sabonis, Turner