Milwaukee beat Detroit to win six consecutive games…

Milwaukee beat Detroit to win six consecutive games…


The Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association (NBA) beat the Detroit Pistons and ran for their sixth straight opening victory with Janis Antetokounmpo, who scored 31 points, and Zuru Halladay, who scored a decisive three points.

Milwaukee beat Detroit 110-108 in the NBA regular league home game of the 2022-2023 season at the PiServe Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the 1st (Korea Standard Time).

Milwaukee, which has won six consecutive games in the opening, has firmly maintained its lead in the Eastern Conference. Milwaukee is the only NBA team that has never lost this season.

Antetokounmpo, who has been attacking the rim regardless of the opponent since the beginning of the season, swept 31 points, the most among both teams.

Antetokounmpo has a formidable scoring average of 34.4 points in six games this season. He scored more than 30 points in all games except for the opening game, where he scored 21 points, and scored more than 40 points twice.

Antetokounmpo took the lead in Milwaukee’s victory by making a four-point difference by making a fade-away shot about two minutes after Detroit’s chase was strong.

However, the most decisive goal came from the fingertips of Halloween.

Halladay scored three step backs in the 45th second of the end when it was 105-105 and tilted the momentum of the game toward Milwaukee.

In the ensuing Detroit attack, Cade Cunningham’s shots turned away from the rim, and Milwaukee’s victory was solidified as all the free throws obtained by Milwaukee Brook Lopez with 1.5 seconds left led to scores.

Halladay wrote a “double double” with 25 points and 10 assists, the second most after Antetokounmpo.

Cunningham scored 27 points, the most in Detroit, but faded into defeat.

Prior to the game, Antetokounmpo was selected as the Eastern Conference’s “Player of the Week” in recognition of his contribution to the previous five consecutive wins.

The Los Angeles Clippers escaped their fourth straight loss with a 95-93 home win over the Houston Rockets.

Clippers ace Paul George, who had been sluggish with an average of 13.3 points in the previous three games, swept 35 points to save the team from the swamp of losing streak.

It was also George who ended the victory. 토토사이트

With six seconds left in the fourth quarter, 93-93, he broke through to the right and hit a fade-away shot in front of Eric Gordon to seal the victory.

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