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Boshen 34+9 Lillard 26 points, Lone Ranger captures Trail Blazers to end 2 losing streak

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Original title: Boshen 34+9 Lillard 26 points Lone Ranger captures Trail Blazers to end 2 consecutive defeats

On December 28th, Beijing time, the Mavericks defeated the Trail Blazers 132-117. The Mavericks’ 2-game losing streak ended and the Trail Blazers suffered a 2-game losing streak.

The specific scores of the four quarters (Lone Ranger first): 34-29, 38-24, 34-31, 26-33.

Lone Ranger: Finney Smith 14 points and 9 rebounds, Kristaps Porzingis 34 points and 9 rebounds, Dwight Powell 22 points, Jaylen Brunson 14 points and 9 assists, Brandon Nye Special 18 points

Trail Blazers: Nasser Ritter 20 points and 10 rebounds, Larry Nance Jr. 12 points, Norman Powell 15 points, Damian Lillard 26 points and 5 assists

Lone Ranger star Doncic could not play, Porzingis took the burden of the team’s offense and led the team to a 17-8 start. Norman Powell made two free throws. Little and Simmons hit three-pointers on the perimeter one after another. The Blazers instantly narrowed the difference to two points. The lone rangers and soldiers did not show weakness, and the inside and outside lines jointly blasted a 13-6 climax, rewriting the score to 32-23. At the critical moment, Ritter hit a jumper and Simmons also completed two consecutive attacks. After the first quarter, the Blazers chased the score to 29-34.

In the second quarter, the Blazers launched a counterattack, Ritter still feels hot, 8 minutes and 34 seconds, Lillard shot a three-pointer, the Blazers tied the score 41-41. However, the good times didn’t last long. In the next 5 minutes, the Trail Blazers only scored 1 goal. Porzingis scored 2 consecutive three-pointers and directed a wave of 21-3 offensive climax. The Lone Ranger rewritten the score to 62-44. Norman Powell scored 5 points to help the Blazers stabilize the army, but the Lone Ranger was very sharp at the moment. Finney Smith and Knight made contributions to the outside. After the first half, the Lone Ranger led the Blazers 72-53.

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Fighting in another place, the Lone Ranger still firmly controls the rhythm on the court. At 6 minutes and 49 seconds, Brown made a dunk and rewritten the score to 87-62. After returning from the timeout, Snell, Ritter and Nance Jr. teamed up to score 3 three-pointers. Lillard and Norman Powell also scored one after another, and the Blazers chased to 76-96. The Lone Ranger followed with another 10-4 offensive, once again expanding the advantage to as much as 26 points. Although the Trail Blazers also performed later, they fell behind the Mavericks 84-106 at the end of the three quarters.

In the final quarter, despite the big lagging behind, the Trailblazers with irregular staff could only allow Lillard to stay on the court. The more blooming lone ranger sings forward, 7 minutes and 14 seconds, Porzingis dunks, and the next round caused Ritter’s defensive foul, the lone ranger extended the advantage to as much as 28 points. Although the Blazers also performed later, they were of no avail and eventually lost to the Lone Ranger 117-132.

Both starting lineups

Lone Rangers: Finney Smith, Kristaps Porzingis, Dwight Powell, Frank Nellikina, Jaylen Brunson

Trail Blazers: Nasser Ritter, Tony Snell, Larry Nance Jr., Norman Powell, Damian Lillard

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