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Booker 35 points, Ayton, 27+12, Paul in the final quarter, the Sun lightly beat the Pacers_NBA_Booker_Paul

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Original title: Booker 35 points, Ayton 27+12

Beijing time on January 15th news NBA regular season continues today, the Pacers sit at home against the Suns. With the outstanding performances of Booker and Ayton and Paul’s key performance in the last quarter, the Suns easily defeated the Pacers 112-94, winning two straight and giving their opponents three straight losses.

Four quarters (suns first): 23-19, 23-19, 34-38, 32-18

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For the Suns, Booker scored 35 points, Ayton had 27 points and 12 rebounds, Payne had 11 points and 5 assists, and Paul had 12 points and 9 assists.

For the Pacers, LeVert contributed 20 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists, Justin Holiday had 25 points, and Sabonis Jr. had 14 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists.

At the beginning of the first quarter, Booker took the lead in entering the state, and he scored two three-pointers in a row as soon as he came up. The Pacers mainly relied on outside shots to stabilize the situation. Holiday and Craig teamed up for four three-pointers. At the end of the first quarter, the sun temporarily led the Pacers by 4 points.

Entering the second quarter, Brissett was very active after coming off the bench and succeeded in hitting the basket one after another. Ayton continued to play stably. After that, LeVert suddenly found his state, scoring 7 points in a row from inside and outside to help the team level the point difference, while Booker and Paul continued to cause fouls to go to the free throw line. After halftime, the Suns led the Pacers 46-38.

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Fighting again on different sides, Booker continued to score two three-pointers in a row, and also frequently succeeded in mid-range emergency stop jumpers. Not to be outdone, LeVert responded by scoring 7 points in a row. Ayton is still unstoppable at the basket, often backing up to one-on-one. The Pacers continued to show their power on the outside, and Holiday hit three three-pointers in a row to help the team level the difference. At the end of the quarter, Booker stepped forward again, scoring 8 points in a row with penalties. At the end of the third quarter, the Suns had only 4 points left.

Entering the final decisive battle, the Suns attacked more and more. After Payne and Shamet hit three-pointers one after another, Paul began to harvest the game. He continued to use cover to make mid-range jumpers, and the difference went straight to 20 points. After that, the Pacers did not give up immediately. Duarte and Sabonis teamed up to lead the team to chase the points, but Paul sent assists at critical moments to stabilize the situation, and finally the Suns easily accepted the victory.

Both sides start:

Suns: Paul, Booker, Bridges, Crowder, Ayton

Pacers: Sykes, LeVert, Justin Holiday, Sabonis, Turner (Jeremyliu)Return to Sohu, see more


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