Excellent live news: January 21, , the 2020-21 season NBA regular season continues, Atlanta
The Eagles host the Detroit Pistons.
In the end, the Eagles beat the Pistons 123-115 in overtime.
The star of the game: Trey Young The Eagles have not had a good record this season, and they are only ranked ninth in the Eastern Conference with a record of 6 wins and 7 losses.
Facing the Pistons at the bottom of the East, they are bound to win this game so that the team can maintain a winning streak.
Trey Young didn’t feel good after the start, scoring only 6 points on 2 of 11 shots in the first half.
But in the third quarter, Trey Young began to find his touch. He scored 21 points in a single quarter and continued to narrow the point gap for the team.
When the team fell behind by 17 points in the fourth quarter, Yang did not give up the game, and led the team to narrow the score again, and finally successfully equalized the score before the end of the game, dragging the game into overtime.
In the end, the Eagles won the game in overtime.
A 17-point reversal can be achieved in this game, and Trey Young is the team’s well-deserved primary contributor.
In the first quarter, both teams scored consecutive points in the paint, and the score rose alternately all the way to a 10 tie.
Hill hit a three-pointer from the outside, Huert made a counter-attack mid-range shot, Grant immediately responded with a three-pointer, Trey Young and Collins each scored a goal, the Pistons made two more three-pointers, and the score was still tied at 19.
Trey Young made another three-pointer from the outside, Grant made a mid-range shot, Collins scored consecutive points from the basket, Rose made a breakthrough, the two teams were still deadlocked, Josh Jackson made two free throws, and after the first quarter,
The Pistons led slightly 31-29.
In the second quarter, Rose made a jumper and helped the Pistons expand their lead. Afterwards, both teams fell into a scoring drought. With less than 9 minutes left in this quarter, the Eagles finally broke through the scoring drought through Capela’s strong attack.
After that, the two teams continued the tug-of-war, and the two teams exchanged leads many times again.
At the end of this quarter, the Eagles fell into a scoring drought, and the Pistons took the opportunity to score consecutive points. Okafor and Grant succeeded in dunks one after another. Griffin also hit a three-pointer from the outside to help the Pistons gain an 8-point lead.
Subsequently, Herter hit a three-pointer to help the Eagles stop the bleeding.
At the end of this section, the Pistons temporarily led the Eagles 52-45.
Easy side to fight again, Ellington hit a three-pointer when he came up, Huerter responded with a mid-range shot, Plum took a dunk, Wright then counterattacked and scored 2 1, Trey Young pierced Yang with a three-pointer, but AI
Linton felt hot and continued to respond with a three-pointer, Plumlee followed up with two-handed dunks, and the Pistons led 68-57 by 11 points.
Trey Young scored 5 points from free throws, Griffin hit a three-pointer, and Plumlee also continued to score points at the basket, but Trey Young continued to chase points with penalties and played a wave of 8-0 to help the Eagles.
The point difference narrowed to 6 points.
Rose stopped the jumper to stop the bleeding, Okongwu scored from the basket, Trey Young continued to score points, but the Pistons played a wave of 11-0 to stabilize the situation. At the end of the third quarter, the Pistons led 92-78 by 13 points.
In the final quarter, the shooting percentage of the two sides began to drop. In the first two minutes, many attacks were fruitless, and they fell into a scoring drought.
Until the game progressed to 9 minutes and 51 seconds, the Pistons successfully broke the deadlock and widened the point difference to 17 points by relying on Mikaeluk’s three-pointer.
Although the Eagles tried to counterattack afterwards, they wanted to narrow the score difference.
The Eagles even passed the defense at the end of the game, putting the Pistons into a scoring stalemate. The point difference between the two sides was reduced to 5 points, leaving the game in suspense.
5.4 seconds before the end of the game, Trey Young assisted Capela to hit the basket, and the two sides evened the score.
On the Pistons side, Grant executed the final attack, Collins sent a cap, and the two sides entered overtime.
At the start of overtime, Grant became the hero of the team and scored the team’s first 7 points.
But the Eagles have always shown a tenacious attitude, and successfully overtook the score to 3 points at 1 minute and 27 seconds, gaining an advantage in the score.
The Pistons called a timeout.
But after the timeout, the morale of the Eagles could no longer be extinguished, and Trey Young hit a super long three-pointer, laying the foundation for the victory of the game.
In the end, the Eagles achieved a 17-point reversal and defeated the Pistons at home.
Pistons vs Eagles Full Game Replay
Pistons vs Eagles Full Game Replay
Scores and statistics of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 31-29, 21-16, 40-33, 14-28, 9-17 (Pistons first) Pistons: Grant 32 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Griffin 17 points and 7
4 assists and 2 steals, Plumlee 10 points and 9 rebounds, Ellington 16 points, Wright 7 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists, Rose 14 points, Josh Jackson 7 points Eagles: Collins 31 points and 11 rebounds, Cape
Pull 27 points, 26 rebounds and 5 blocks, Huert 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists, Trey Young 38 points, 4 rebounds and 10 assists, Hill 6 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists Both sides started: Pistons: Grant, Griffin, Pratt
Mli, Ellington, Wright Eagles: Hill, Collins, Capela, Huert, Trey Young