Orlando beat the Clippers.
The Orlando Magic won the 2022-2023 NBA regular season LA Clippers 113-108 at the Los Angeles Crypto.com Arena on the 19th (hereinafter Korean time).
The brightest player in the match was Orlando’s Markel Fultz. Pultz was considered the second James Harden and was selected as the first pick in the draft, but his career was stagnant due to an injury.
Lately, however, Pertz’s talents are showing signs of blooming. Fultz, who has been picking up the pace since February, is making a big success by averaging 18.2 points, 4.6 rebounds and 6.0 assists in March. In this game, he scored 28 points, the most in the team, along with 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals.
In addition to Fultz, Orlando won with Wendell Carter Jr. (27 points and 12 rebounds), Franz Wagner (20 points), and Cole Anthony. With Kawhi Leonard absent, the Clippers failed to attempt a five-game winning streak, although Paul George scored 30 points토토사이트.
From the beginning of the game, Orlando’s offensive was fierce. Fultz, who assisted teammates’ scores one after another, led the team’s offense by making a 3-point shot himself. Then, the Clippers, who had a slow start, responded with George’s outer gun. Orlando, who kept the lead with Fultz and Wagner scoring, ended the first quarter with a score of 31-30.
The battle continued in the second quarter. Orlando did not give up the advantage easily with Wagner and Anthony playing. When the Clippers turned around with Eric Gordon’s streak, Orlando turned the tide with Fultz’s mid-range jumper and Anthony’s andone play. Orlando, with the help of Carter, finished the second quarter with a score of 57-55.
Orlando continued to hold a narrow lead, but the Clippers took the lead in the third quarter. When Orlando’s offense stalled, George exploded. George scored 14 points in the third quarter alone, and Marcus Morris was also excited and the Clippers were on the rise. In a difficult situation, Fultz struggled and did not collapse, and Orlando ended the third quarter with a score of 74-82.
Orlando, which faltered in the third quarter, exploded in firepower in the fourth quarter. Anthony opened the scoring with a series of goals, and Wagner and Carter also scored, making the game close again. Orlando, riding on momentum, took the lead with Carter’s 3-point shot.
The player who stood out in the game was Pultz. Fultz showed off a rim attack accompanied by elegant moves and a clean mid-range game, then took the lead by collaborating with Carter on alley-oop plays. Afterwards, the gap widened to 7 points with Fultz’s layup on a fast break.
The Clippers counterattacked late, with George scoring 5 points in a row, but allowed Wagner a decisive 3-point shot. The Clippers’ final offensive, led by George, unfolded, but Orlando kept the lead with Fultz scoring another breakthrough. Orlando, where Fultz’s clutch performance was great, won a valuable victory on the road.