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Cunningham 29+8 Mitchell 31 points Pistons 22 points to reverse the Jazz to welcome 2 consecutive victories – yqqlm

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Original title: Cunningham 29+8 Mitchell 31 points Pistons 22 points to reverse the Jazz to welcome 2 consecutive victories

Beijing time on January 11th news, after falling behind by as much as 22 points, the Pistons launched a counterattack in the second half and completed the reversal. In the end, the Pistons defeated the Jazz 126-116. The Jazz suffered a 3-game losing streak, and the Pistons ushered in a 2-game losing streak. win.

The specific score of the four quarters is (Jazz first): 35-21, 26-27, 23-40, 32-38.

Jazz: Bojan Bogdanovic 12 points, Hassan Whiteside 21 points, 14 rebounds and 3 blocks, Mike Conley 13 points and 8 assists, Donovan Mitchell 31 points, Jordan Clarkson 16 points, Pascal 13 points

Pistons: Sadie Bay 29 points and 6 rebounds, Hamidou Diallo 10 points and 8 rebounds, Cade Cunningham 29 points and 8 assists, Lyles 14 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, Joseph 16 points, Josh – Jackson 11 points and 6 rebounds

Mitchell and Conley teamed up to make 2 three-pointers from the outside, leading the Jazz to a perfect 13-2 start. Sadie Bay hit 2 goals in a row and still couldn’t disrupt the Jazz’s offensive rhythm. Whiteside staged a good alley dunk, Mitchell continued to shoot from the outside, and Boyang also succeeded in the icing on the cake. The Jazz rewrote the score to 24-11 . Lyles and Josh Jackson made contributions one after another, but the Jazz led the Pistons 35-21 at the end of the first quarter by relying on Pascal’s 2+1 and House Jr.’s three-pointer.

In the second quarter, the Jazz’s offensive continued unabated, firmly controlling the rhythm of the field. After a wave of 15-8 offensive climaxes, they expanded their lead to as much as 21 points. At 6 minutes and 44 seconds, Josh Jackson made a three-pointer with the assistance of Lyles, and then Diallo, Sadie Bay and Stewart completed the attack one after another, and the Pistons chased the score to 40-55. O’Neal hit a three-pointer, and Hayes immediately responded in the same way. Cunningham also attacked from the outside. After the first half, the Pistons trailed the Jazz 48-61.

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In another battle in another place, Diallo, Cunningham and Sadie Bay teamed up to score 4 three-pointers, hitting a wave of 13-4 offensive climax, and the Pistons chased the score to 61-65. At a critical moment, Mitchell stood up and scored 4 points in a row, helping the Jazz stabilize their position. But the Pistons attacked very sharply at this time. Sadie Bay and Cunningham teamed up again to launch a 12-4 offensive, and the Pistons tied the score at 73. At this point, the Jazz can only count on Mitchell to stand up. At 3 minutes and 41 seconds, Mitchell completed a vigorous dunk, and then performed an alley-oop show with O’Neal’s partner. But the Pistons became more and more brave. At 1 minute and 10 seconds, Cunningham played 2+1 on O’Neal. In 32.9 seconds, Pascal committed a tactical foul and Joseph made 2 free throws. Relying on Lyles’ 3-pointer, the Pistons led the Jazz 88-84 at the end of the third quarter.

In the final quarter, when the Pistons extended their lead to 6 points, Mitchell led his team to a 12-3 offensive climax, and the Jazz overtook 96-95. The Pistons did not show weakness. Cunningham, the champion, not only hit a three-pointer, but also scored 2+1 on Whiteside. He led the team to respond immediately with a 19-5 counterattack, and the Pistons rewritten the score to 111-101. In a critical moment, Mitchell used a three-pointer to help the Jazz stabilize their position. Bojan and Conley also made contributions one after another, and the Jazz narrowed the difference to 5 points. In 1 minute and 49 seconds, Joseph hit a three-pointer. Then Sadie Bay caused a defensive foul by Whiteside and made 2 free throws. Despite Mitchell’s subsequent performance, it was of no avail, and the Jazz lost to the Pistons 116-126.

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Both starting lineups

Jazz: Royce O’Neal, Bojan Bogdanovic, Hassan Whiteside, Mike Conley, Donovan Mitchell

Pistons: Sadie Bay, Hamidou Diallo, Isaiah Stewart, Kylian Hayes, Cade CunninghamReturn to Sohu to see more


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