NBA NBA 2022-23 season, Taiwan time today (November 30) has 3 games, Yahoo Sports NBA Lazy Bag selects the highlights of today’s games, as well as brave moments.
1. Golden State Warriors 113-116 Dallas Mavericks
In the first quarter, Luka Doncic scored 11 points and led the Lone Ranger to play a 36-24 offensive. However, the Warriors launched a counterattack in the second quarter. Leading by 8 points, they caught up to only 1 point behind at the end of the half.
In the third quarter, Doncic still showed high scoring efficiency. He scored 13 points in a single quarter to help the Mavericks expand their lead to 5 points. In the decisive quarter, although the two teams exchanged leads many times, Tim Hardaway Jr. of the Mavericks had 1 point and 49 points left. He hit a three-pointer in seconds and helped the team play a 5-0 offensive. In the end, the Lone Ranger narrowly beat the Warriors 116-113.
2. Los Angeles Clippers 118-112 Portland Trail Blazers
In the first three quarters, Anfernee Simons scored 34 points, and with the contributions of Jerami Grant, Jusuf Nurkic and others, the Blazers achieved a double-digit lead of 95 to 82.
In the fourth quarter, although the Blazers once led by 18 points, Norman Powell, a former Blazers player and currently playing for the Clippers, came off the bench and helped the team play a 19-5 offensive to overtake the score, even though the Blazers relied on Grant. 7 points and regained the lead again, but with 3 minutes and 37 seconds left, the Clippers first made a three-pointer from the bottom line by Powell, and Nicolas Batum also made an outside shot at 2 minutes and 37 seconds to establish the victory. 112 reversal to defeat the Blazers.
(Julius Randle scored 36 points on 12-of-24 shooting in the Knicks’ win over the Pistons.)
3. New York Knicks 140-110 Detroit Pistons
In the first quarter, Julius Randle made 5 of 8 three-pointers and scored 17 points, helping the Nicks to play a 40-32 offensive. In the second quarter, Nick continued to exert pressure, allowing the Pistons to shoot only 38.1% of the quarter. Leading the Pistons 70 to 56. In the third quarter, besides Randle, RJ Barrett, Quentin Grimes and others also performed well, helping Nick to take a 29-point lead after the quarter, and the game entered garbage time early. In the end, Nick It ended the 2-game losing streak with 140 to 110.
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