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Wagner brothers team up to score 45 points, Magic beat Hornets to end 10-game losing streak – yqqlm

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Original title: Wagner brothers scored 45 points, Magic beat Hornets to end 10-game losing streak

On January 15th, Beijing time, the regular season of the new NBA season continued. As a result, the Magic defeated the Hornets 116-106, ending a long 10-game losing streak!

Full field data

35-36, 26-27, 27-28, 28-15 (Hornet behind)

Magic Franz Wagner 19 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists, Robin Lopez 10 points, Gary Harris 18 points, Moritz Wagner 26 points, Rose 10 points, Sugers 12 points and 7 assists

For the Hornets, Hayward 18 points, Bridges 20 points, Plumlee 10 points and 10 rebounds, LaMelo Ball 23 points and 8 assists, Rozier 16 points and 7 assists

game review

After the start of the game, Gary Harris scored a 3-pointer, then Chuma-Okoko made a 3-pointer, and then LaMelo Ball scored consecutively, Cole Anthony and Harris scored consecutively, and LaMelo Ball scored consecutively. Also hit 3 points, the score between the two sides has been deadlocked. After that, Terry Rozier made two free throws, Miles Bridges made a layup, then Gary Harris made another 2 points, Rozier scored 3+1, and then Mason Plum was empty. After receiving a dunk, Robin Lopez also made a basket. After that, Ball and Terrence Ross scored each other. Ross and Hayward scored another 3 points. After that, Bridges made two free throws. Murley scored a dunk, and Franz Wagner also made a 3-pointer, giving the Hornets a 1-point lead in the first quarter.

In the second quarter, Moritz Wagner made a dunk and then PJ-Washington responded with 2 points. Franz Wagner also made two free throws. The basket scored 2+1, then Bridges scored a layup, and Cole Anthony and Moritz Wagner scored 5 points in a row. After Rozier scored, PJ-Washington also scored a dunk, then Wagner made a basket, Jaren McDenis scored a pull-up jumper, Morritt-Wagner made a layup, LaMelo Ball and RJ- Hampton scored each other, Rozier scored a layup, Hayward and Lopez scored each other, the gap between the two sides still could not be opened, and at the end of the half, the Hornets still led by 2 points.

In the third quarter, LaMelo Ball made two free throws, Gary Harris made a dunk, Franz Wagner made a layup, LaMelo Ball stepped back and made a 3-pointer, Bridges also Alley dunk, the score difference to 5 points. After the suspension came back, Plumlee scored a layup, then Cole Anthony and Okoko scored 5 points in a row, and then Gary Harris scored a 3-pointer, LaMelo Ball also scored a jumper, and Harris made another 3-pointer , Plumlee made a layup, and the scores of the two sides rose alternately. In the second half of this quarter, the Magic relied on the excellent performance of the second team to bite the score, while Hayward, Bridges and others on the Hornets side also played steadily, and the Hornets led by 3 points at the end of the final three quarters.

In the fourth quarter, Jaren Sugers took the lead in making a half-dunk, and then the shooting percentages of both parties declined. The Magic finally relied on the excellent performance of the Wagner Brothers to play a 9-2 attack wave and gain a 4-point advantage. After the timeout came back, RJ Hampton and Moritz Wagner scored 6 points in a row, the score gap was instantly widened to 10 points, and the Hornets had to call a timeout again. After the suspension came back, Ball and McDenis scored 2 and 3 points in a row to narrow the gap instantly. After that, the Wagner brothers joined hands to play a 6-0 attack wave again, and the Magic regained the initiative. Then Moritz Wagner scored another 3 points, and the Magic led by 11 points in the last 2 minutes and 12 seconds. In the end, they played steadily and defeated their opponents to end their 10-game losing streak. (LaMarcus)

Magic starter

Chuma Okoko, Franz Wagner, Robin Lopez, Cole Anthony, Gary Harris

Hornets starter

Gordon Hayward, Miles Bridges, Mason Plumlee, LaMelo Ball, Terry RozierReturn to Sohu, see more


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