Excellent live news: on January 29th, the 2020-21 season NBA regular season continues,
The Los Angeles Lakers continue their Eastern Conference road trip. In this game, their opponent is the Detroit Pistons.
At the end of the game, the Lakers lost to the Pistons 92-107 and suffered a two-game losing streak. This is the Lakers’ first losing streak this season.
The star of the game: Blake Griffin In this campaign, Griffin returned to his peak. He made 8 of 16 shots, scored 23 points and 6 assists, and revitalized the entire offensive system of the Pistons, leading the team to an upset victory over the Lakers.
In the first quarter, Kurz, who replaced Big Eyebrow, scored a three-pointer and took the lead immediately. However, in the next three rounds of confrontation, the Pistons were fully blossomed by Ellington, Griffin and Plumlee.
Score to seize the opportunity, lacking the thick eyebrows, the offensive end of the Lakers relies more on James’ performance, and the latter’s three-pointer hits the team to catch up with the score.
The Lakers scored 5 points, and the Lakers Schroeder and Kuzma stepped forward one after another to help the team score points to relieve James’ pressure. The Lakers quickly reversed the situation in this wave of confrontation.
The state of the two opposing teams remained stalemate in the second half of the quarter, but there was a problem with the Lakers’ rotation, and the Pistons played a 9-0 offensive in Grant’s three-pointer to take a 3-point lead to end the first quarter.
In the second quarter, James continued to exert his strength. In less than 4 minutes of this quarter, he scored 2 1 three-pointers and layups, and his scoring reached 20 points.
Under the leadership of Zhan Huang, the Lakers finally reversed the decline.
Since then, the two sides have fallen into an inefficient tug-of-war. On the Lakers side, the teenager Horton Tucker feels very good. He hit consecutive three-pointers and made a breakthrough layup.
On the Pistons side, they relied on Ellington and Grant’s three-pointers to bite the score.
Schroeder made 1 of 2 free throws for a foul. After halftime, the Lakers entered the locker room with a slight advantage 58-56.
After changing sides to fight again, the Lakers still took the lead with Kuzma’s three-pointer, but this was the Lakers’ only goal in the first 3 minutes and 30 seconds. The Pistons’ Griffin and Grant responded with two three-pointers.
With a wave of 10-0 offensive completed, the Pistons overtook the score in one fell swoop at the beginning.
It was still Kuzma’s goal that helped the Lakers break through, but then James and Pope also scored points one after another to stop the bleeding in time.
But in this wave of tug-of-war, the Pistons still had the upper hand. Plumlee scored 2 1 in the restricted area. Griffin also dreamed of returning to the top. One inside and one outside scored 5 points in a row, and the Pistons sent another wave of 15-2.
The offensive overtook and opened the score.
At the last moment, Caruso scored 4 points in a row for the Lakers to chase the score. After three quarters, the Pistons overtook the Lakers 82-78.
In the final quarter, the two sides entered a decisive battle. The point difference was not widened in the first 4 minutes. Tucker’s three-pointer allowed the Lakers to chase the score to 87-88.
The Pistons came back from a timeout and scored consecutively. Griffin and Ellington hit three-pointers, and a wave of 10-0 widened the point difference to 11 points.
In the last 4 minutes and 13 seconds, the Lakers called a timeout. After the timeout, the Lakers still failed to regain their touch. The Blazers widened the point difference to 17 points, and the game lost suspense ahead of time.
In the end, the Trail Blazers beat the Lakers 107-92 at home, giving the Lakers two back-to-back losing streaks.
Lakers vs Pistons full game replay
Lakers vs Pistons full game replay
The score and data of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 31-34, 27-22, 20-26, 14-25 (Lakers in front) Lakers (14-6): James 22 points, 7 rebounds and 10 assists, Kuzma 22 points and 10 assists
Rebounds, Schroder 10 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists, Pope 6 points, Harrell 8 points and 3 rebounds, Tucker 13 points and 2 rebounds, Caruso 6 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists.
Pistons (5-14): Griffin 23 points, 2 rebounds and 6 assists, Rose 14 points and 3 assists, Ellington 20 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists, Grant 14 points, 3 rebounds and 6 assists, Plumlee 17 points and 10 rebounds,
Stewart had 8 points and 6 rebounds.
Both sides start: Lakers: Schroeder, Pope, James, Kuzma, Gasol Jr. Pistons: Ellington, Wright, Grant, Griffin, Plumlee