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NBA: Los Angeles Clippers hit disastrous Detroit Pistons

The Los Angeles Clippers clearly defeated the Detroits Pistons in an overall weak game with 107: 96. The German Isaiah Hartenstein made a good performance.

L.A. Clippers (11-8) – Detroit Pistons (4-15) 107:96 (BOXSCORE)

Both teams placed weak odds from the field (42.9 percent for the Clipper to 36.7 percent for the Pistons) and downtown (24.2 percent to 28.9 percent), Reggie Jackson was on the Clippers pages with 21 Points (8/19 FG) best thrower, followed by Terence Mann (16, 6/13) and Eric Bledsoe (15, 6/9).

Paul George took a lot of offense, hit only five of his 19 throws for 12 points, but also grabbed 5 rebounds, played 4 assists and stole 3 balls. Isaiah Hartenstein had a good 10 points (4/5), 5 rebounds and 3 assists in 19 minutes of play.

Jerami Grant’s 20 points (5/16) were most of the guests who disappointed youngsters around Cade Cunningham (10, 3/13, 6 rebounds, 6 assists) and Saddiq Bey (9, 4/12).

NBA: Clippers dominate at half time one

The Clippers made it clear at the beginning of the game that as the home side they would not let anything slip against one of the worst teams in the league. Above all, it was Bledsoe who got off to a vintage start and pushed three threes through the trap in the first few minutes.

After a dunk by Ivica Zubac, the Clippers then set themselves apart in double digits for the first time in the middle of the first quarter, and the Pistons really didn’t resist much. Cunningham didn’t find anything in his throw (1/6 FGs in the first half), as did Grant (1/10) and Bey (4/11).

The Clippers played good defense, dominated the boards (34 to 20 at half time) and let the ball go offensive. A man on the buzzer jumper finally put on a 24-point lead at halftime.


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