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Hiero 33 points, Paul downturn 9+7, Heat 22 three-pointers shot down the sun_Rebound_1_NBA

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Original title: Hilo 33 points, Paul downturn 9+7, Heat 22 three-pointers shot down the sun

On January 9th, Beijing time, the 2021-22 NBA regular season continued, with the Phoenix Suns playing against the Miami Heat at home. At the end of the game, the Heat took the Suns 123-100 and got 2 consecutive victories, which also ended the Suns’ three-game winning streak.

Star of the field: Taylor Hilo

In this campaign, Shiro shined off the bench. He scored 33 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals, making great contributions to the team’s victory.

Full-time data:

Specific scores: 33-29, 38-21, 27-29, 25-21 (Heat first).

On the Heat’s side, in addition to Hilo, Duncan Robinson also played well. He made 8 of 16 three-pointers and had 27 points and 4 rebounds. In addition, Kyle Lowry had 14 points and 13 assists, Yult Severn had 7 points, 16 rebounds and 8 assists, Max-Struss had 14 points and 4 rebounds, Caleb Martin had 10 points and 4 rebounds, and PJ-Tucker was 13 Points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists, Chris Silva 3 points and 7 rebounds, Kyle Gay 2 points and 3 assists. In addition, the Heat scored 22 three-pointers, also tying the team’s single-game record.

For the Suns, Devin Booker scored 26 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Chris Paul was in poor condition and only scored 9 points, 7 assists and 2 rebounds. In addition, DeAndre Ayton 12 points and 8 rebounds, Mikal Bridges 20 points and 6 assists, Crowder 3 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals, Cameron Johnson 15 points and 5 rebounds, Cameron- Payne had 8 points and 4 assists, Jaylen Smith had 2 points and 4 rebounds, and Justin Jackson had 5 points and 2 rebounds.

Competition review:

In this campaign, the Suns’ Ayton, Crowder and McGee all obtained the permission to return to the lineup, and the Heat’s side, the core Jimmy Butler continued to be absent.

But after the opening, the scene was very stale. On the Suns side, Booker and Paul scored two three-pointers in a row. On the Heat side, Strus and Caleb Martin also made three-pointers. Since then, “Bridge” Bridges scored two goals from the outside and the Suns took the lead. But in the middle of the section, Takri made a row of points from outside, and Lowry also made a three-pointer, and the Heat achieved a go-ahead. In the latter part of this section, the two sides started the rotation, and the Heat’s advantage became more and more obvious. The double stars of Shiro and Dun Luo shone, and the three-pointer entered, and the point difference was once to 10 points. In the passive, Payne scored a three-pointer, Booker also hit free throws and jumpers. After the single quarter, the Suns trailed 29-33.

In the second quarter, Cameron Johnson made a three-pointer, and the point difference was once back to 1 point. But after helplessness, the Heat’s three-point rain continued, especially the substitute Duncan Robinson, who made consecutive shots, and even made steady jump shots in the less common counter-attack. After playing for 5 minutes in this section, Shiro made a layup and succeeded in making the Heat lead to double digits. Since then, the Suns not only defensively, but also continued to strike on the offensive end. In the countdown period of this quarter, Hiero made a first-level malicious foul on Ayton’s outside shot. He made all three free throws. In the next offense, he assisted Dun Luo to hit a three-pointer. He scored 6 points in a round, and after halftime, the Heat led by 71-50.

Easy side to fight again, the Suns offensive has improved, Bridges even made two three-pointers, layup is also a steady hit. But on the defensive end, the Suns are still weak, and the Heat continue to ask for it. Lowry, Struth, Yurtseven, and Martin scored consecutively, keeping the score difference above 20 points. Since then, the game has not changed much. In the latter part of the three quarters, Deng Luo and Shi Luo made free throws, and the Heat once led by 27 points. Cameron Johnson broke through and scored 2+1, which gave the Suns an 8-0 climax. After three quarters, the home team trailed 79-98.

In the final quarter, the sun was still chasing, but it was of no avail. Deng Luo continued his fiery touch, extinguishing the opponent’s counterattack again and again, with a score difference of more than 20 points. In the last 3 minutes of the game, Lowry made a three-pointer and the Heat still led by 25 points. After that, the sun gave up resistance and the game entered garbage time. At the end of the game, the Heat took the Suns 123-100 and got 2 consecutive victories, which also ended the Suns’ three-game winning streak.

The starting lineups of both sides:

Heat: Caleb Martin, Omer Yurtseven, PJ Tucker, Max Struth, Kyle Lowry

Suns: Mikal Bridges, Jay Crowder, DeAndre Ayton, Devin Booker, Chris Paul

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