At the end of the first quarter, Zhu Songwei, who was 45 degrees on the right side, received a steady three-point shot, and then received Han Shuos pass and turned to the layup to help the backward Sichuan team bite the score. At the beginning of the second quarter, Zhu Songwei again received Jing Hans assist, and made a steady three-point hit at 45 degrees on the left side. In the second half of the game, Zhu Songwei took the ball to break through the inside line and made a steady European layup in the face of Dong Hanlins defense. This beautiful goal also attracted a burst of cheers from the Sichuan bench. At the end of the game, Zhu Songwei, who got the chance to play, maintained a good sense of three-point break, hit two three-point goals in a single quarter, and continued to set his own scoring record.
Although Sichuan finally lost the game 102-98, Zhu Songwei, known as Durant of Shanda, seized the opportunity in the absence of Li Yuanyu due to injury, and showed his talent for attack perfectly.