NBA: LeBron James leads Los Angeles Lakers to tremendous victory over Detroit Pistons

The Los Angeles Lakers showed a reaction after the 3OT bankruptcy against Sacramento, but against the Detroit Pistons it also had to tremble to the end. The Milwaukee meanwhile drove the seventh victory in a row, while the Boston Celtics did not miss anything in Toronto without Dennis Schröder.

L.A. Clippers (11-9) – Golden State Warriors (18-2) 90:105 (SPIELBERICHT)

Indiana Pacers (9-13) – Milwaukee Bucks (13-8) 100:118 (BOXSCORE)

  • The Bucks have grooved themselves in and look more and more like the top team they were last year. The Indiana Pacers achieved their seventh win in a row, and after the false start, the reigning champion is now back in tied fourth place in the Eastern Conference. The gap to Primus Brooklyn is only 1.5 games.
  • The third quarter was decisive in the Gainbridge Fieldhouse, this was won by the guests from Wisconsin with 39:27 and set off by up to 22 points. The form-strong Jrue Holiday scored 11 of his 23 points (11/21 FG, 9 assists) in these twelve minutes, and Giannis Antetokounmpo (26, 10/15 FG, 13 rebounds) was once again a model of consistency. Coming from the bank, Pat Connaughton (14) and George Hill (13) knew how to convince.
  • The Bucks dominated the zone, making Domantas Sabonis (4, 1/8 FG, 10 rebounds) and Myles Turner (2, 1/4 FG) look old again and again. The guests posted 62 points (31/41 FG) in the zone, while the Pacers only got 36 points in this area. Milwaukee was able to cope with the fact that the threesome did not want to fall that evening (8/35, 23 percent).
  • Indiana could only keep up at the beginning when Caris LeVert (23, 9/13 FG) and Malcolm Brogdon (16) scored well. The two guards later got the Bucks under control. With Justin Holiday, Chris Duarte and TJ McConnell (all 10 counters) only three players scored double-digit. As a team, the hosts sank just 41 percent from the field.

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