Excellent live news: on February 25th news NBA regular season continues today, the Suns vs. Hornets at home
Booker, who had just been selected as an All-Star alternate in this campaign, was troubled by fouls and his playing time was cut into pieces. Even so, he still played efficiently.
In the Hornets formation, the three armies used their lives, and 7 players scored in double figures.
In the end, the Hornets narrowly beat the Suns 124-121 away, ending their opponent’s three-game winning streak.
In the first quarter, the Hornets entered the state quickly. Washington sent a wonderful dunk against the defense for the first time and scored 2 1. Rozier also quickly scored two points, and the Suns responded in time
, Bridges scored three three-pointers in a row, and Booker also succeeded in hitting the basket many times. After eating cakes under Zeller’s basket, the Hornets began to fall into a scoring shortage. The Suns took advantage of a wave of 8-0 spurts to take the lead.
The difference gradually reached double digits, but in the last two minutes of this section, Ball and McDaniels teamed up to help the Hornets retaliate with a 10-1 offensive to catch up with the score.
At the end of the first quarter, the Suns lead the Hornets 38-34.
In the second quarter, Paul strengthened his personal offense and scored two three-pointers in a row. Saric also scored consecutive points in the interior relying on delicate skills. The Suns opened the point difference to double digits in one fell swoop.
After that, Monk suddenly went berserk, hit unreasonable three-pointers many times, and scored 20 points in a single quarter to lead the Hornets to set off a counterattack wave.
Rozier is also in good form, hitting three-pointers one after another in the mid-range shots. After halftime, the Suns only lead the Hornets 67-66.
Changing sides to fight again, the Hornets continued their good momentum in the second half of the first half. They played a 7-0 climax and directly achieved a lead. Kaminsky made a low jump layup and finally broke the deadlock for the Suns.
After the timeout adjustment, the two teams began to fall into a tug-of-war, leading alternately on the field. Johnson scored a three-pointer from the outside, and Zeller also used the screen to score the ball. After that, the Hornets counterattacked many times to take the lead, but Monk was dissatisfied.
The penalty was called a technical foul, and the two sides did not score in the last minute.
At the end of the third quarter, the Hornets overtook the Suns 97-91.
In the final quarter, the Hornets continued to maintain their lead, and took advantage of the Suns’ offensive power failure for nearly three minutes in the middle to play a 7-0 offensive to widen the point difference to 11 points, but then the Suns scored 11 points in a row to tie the score.
The Hornets played 10-3 in the final period to re-consolidate the lead, and the Suns played 7-2 in the last minute to close the point difference to 2 points, but Hayward’s key rebounds and free throws sealed the victory, and finally the Suns lost 121-124
The Hornets missed their four-game winning streak.
Hornets vs Suns Full Game Replay
Hornets vs Suns Full Game Replay
Scores and statistics of both sides: Scores in a single quarter: 34-38, 32-29, 31-24, 27-30 (Hornets in front) Suns (20-11): Booker 33 points and 3 assists, Paul 20 points, 8 rebounds and 10 assists
, Ayton 16 points and 10 rebounds, Mikal Bridges 12 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks, Claude 12 points and 5 rebounds, Cameron Johnson 14 points and 5 rebounds.
Hornets (15-16): Monk 29 points, 2 rebounds and 3 assists, Ball 20 points, 4 rebounds, 8 assists and 2 steals, Washington 10 points, Hayward 20 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, Zeller 10 points and 4 rebounds, Rozzie
Paul had 10 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals, and Miles Bridges had 14 points and 6 rebounds.
Both sides start: Suns: Paul, Booker, Bridges, Kaminsky, Ayton Hornets: Ball, Rozier, Hayward, Washington, Zeller