New Orleans lost again in the NBA, Satoransky scored two points


Updates: 21.11.2021 08:43

New York – The NBA basketball players of New Orleans did not follow up on the third victory of the season against the Clippers and lost 94: 111 in Indiana on Saturday. Tomáš Satoranský entered the basic line-up of the defeated Pelicans for the second time in a row, scored two points in 21 minutes when he hit one of the three shots, and scored four balls, but also two losses. In the further absence of Zion Williamson, the guests were pulled by Jonas Valančiunas with 19 points and 13 rebounds.

The home team have already won the opening quarter by 13 points, and when they dominated the third 38:18, it was basically after the match. The Pacers led by up to 32 points in the match, kept the opponents below 40% shooting success and allowed him only 17 assists. The Pelicans had nothing but 52 rebounds, 11 of them in the offensive half.

“We didn’t play with energy and just didn’t perform as well as we needed,” said guest coach Willie Green, who, in addition to Williamson, also missed first quarterback Devonte’ Graham. Naji Marshall scored 14 points behind Valančiunas.

“We played great and it’s the win we really needed,” said Indiana coach Rick Carlisle. The Pacers pulled Domantas Sabonis with 20 points and 10 rebounds and Justin Holiday with 17 points. The Pelicans are penultimate in the west with a balance of 3-15, the Pacers in the east thirteen with seven wins.

Satoransky’s former club Washington, which defeated Miami 103: 100, won a valuable triumph in the fight for second place in the Eastern Conference. The 15: 2 line was decisive, thanks to which the home team turned to 99:96 less than two minutes before the end and did not let go of the lead. The shooting team pulled Bradley Beal with 21 points.

“That’s our DNA. We’re just constantly fighting,” said Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who added 16 points. The Heat relied on Jimmy Butler with 29 and Tyler Herr with 20 points. Miami turned in only seven of the 27 triple shots in the match.

Janis Adetokunbo showed a famous performance with 32 points, 20 rebounds, five assists and three blocks, thus contributing to Milwaukee’s 117: 108 victory over Orlando. The home team led by up to 29 points and lost their opponents to points from the defined area of ​​60:39. With 20 points and 15 rebounds, he seconded leader Bobby Portis.

Vít Krejčí, who only watched as his team lost 105: 111 in Boston, did not add another match for Oklahoma City. The guests failed to erase the 17-point shortage they had picked up after the third part. It was difficult for the Thunder to defend Jayson Tatum, who scored 33 points, including six threes.

Dennis Schöder added 29 points. Luguentz Dort with 16 points, the newcomer Josh Giddey scored 15 points and eight bouncing balls, gained the most prominence for the guests with five double-digit shooters. Oklahoma is 11th in the west with a balance of 6-10.

The tailor didn’t make up for it even in Saturday’s lower G-League duel, in which his Oklahoma City Blue lost to the South Bay Lakers just 101: 104. In the match hosted by the UCLA University Training Center, Blue dominated the initial 12 minutes by 37:27, but lost for the rest of the match. The tailor played 21 minutes, during which he hit one of three and also collected three rebounds and two assists.

Saturday NBA results:

Atlanta – Charlotte 115:105, Boston – Oklahoma City 111:105, Indiana – New Orleans 111:94 (za hosty Satoranský 2 body, 4 doskoky), Milwaukee – Orlando 117:108, Minnesota – Memphis 138:95, New York – Houston 106:99, Portland – Philadelphia 118:111, Sacramento – Utah 105:123, Washington – Miami 103:100.

NBA table:

Eastern Conference,

Atlantic Division:

1. Brooklyn 17 12 5 70,6
2. New York 16 9 7 56,3
3. Boston 17 9 8 52,9
4. Philadelphia 17 9 8 52,9
5. Toronto 17 8 9 47,1

Central division:

1. Chicago 16 11 5 68,8
2. Cleveland 17 9 8 52,9
3. Milwaukee 17 9 8 52,9
4. Indiana 18 7 11 38,9
5. Detroit 15 4 11 26,7

Southeast Division:

1. Washington 16 11 5 68,8
2. Miami 17 11 6 64,7
3. Charlotte 18 10 8 55,6
4. Atlanta 17 8 9 47,1
5. Orlando 17 4 13 23,5

Western Conference,

Southwest Division:

1. Dallas 15 9 6 60,0
2. Memphis 16 8 8 50,0
3. San antonio 15 4 11 26,7
4. New Orleans 18 3 15 16,7
5. Houston 16 1 15 6,3

Northwest Division:

1. Utah 16 11 5 68,8
2. Denver 16 9 7 56,3
3. Portland 17 9 8 52,9
4. Minnesota 16 7 9 43,8
5. Oklahoma City 16 6 10 37,5

Pacific Division:

1. Golden State 16 14 2 87,5
2. Phoenix 15 12 3 80,0
3. LA Clippers 16 9 7 56,3
4. LA Lakers 17 8 9 47,1
5. Sacramento 17 6 11 35,3


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