6 players with 2-digit performance, Pacers defeated the Blazers
Indiana Pacers struggled to overcome a triumphant collective like the Portland Trail Blazers yesterday.
Indiana Pacers struggled to overcome the opponents like the Portland Trail Blazers. Leading by Domantas Sabonis with double-double, 20 points and 11 rebounds, the player born in 1993 helped the home team to victory against the Blazers with a score of 106-100.
Following Sabonis are 5 players with a score of more than 10 to contribute to the team’s scoreboard: Malcolm Brogdon (17 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds), TJ Warren and Victor Oladipo (together with 15 points ), Justin Holiday (11 points) and Myles Turner (14 points and 10 rebounds).
Across the front line, CJ McCollum is the player with the highest score on the field with 28 points and 8 assists. Apart from him, the other two players on the team were Gary Trent Jr (20 points and 5 rebounds) and Hassan Whiteside (18 points and 16 rebounds).
Both teams took turns leading the opposing teams during the match. If the first half belongs to Pacers, then the second half reverses back and forth to the Blazers and the situation continues to repeat in the third round when it is Pacers.
However, Pacers was the better team to hold the match for the last time. The excellent performance of Malcolm Brogdon with the standard jump situation to increase the distance to 10 points: 103-93 when the game is less than 2 minutes away.
It was thought the Blazers would give up the match, but the ambition to playoffs has made the players’ morale always play well. Therefore, the student of coach Terry Stotts with a 7-0 tremor in more than 1 minute shortened the gap to 3 points: 103-100.
But Myles Turner ‘final 3-point pitch was the end of all hope of reversing the game in this match and the army from Portland had to leave Indiana City with the 5th defeat in the last 6 matches.