Clippers vs. Heat: Los Angeles beats Miami for six consecutive victories

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Miami led by as many as 17 points in the first quarter, but Los Angeles fought back in the second quarter, leading 58-56 at halftime.

The Clippers continued to step on the accelerator in the third quarter, defeating the Heat by a score of 30-20, and entering the fourth quarter 86-78.

Heat star Lowry put pressure on the Clippers in the fourth quarter, scoring 22 of the Heat’s 31 points in the final quarter, but that was not enough because Los Angeles was late to win.

Paul George continued his excellent start of the season, scoring 27 points, and Reggie Jackson made up all of his 22 points in the second half.

“We fought a lot of battles. We fought every game, even if we failed, we gave ourselves a chance to win the game, you know, we ended in a stronger way,” Eric Bledsoe said. He contributed 21 points for the team. Clippers.

Bam Adebayor scored a season-high 30 points and 11 rebounds for the Heat. Despite the loss, Lowry’s performance was impressive.

“I like that Kyle. I like that type of Kyle,” Adebayor told reporters after the game. “I like that aggressive Kyle. I like the way he participates in sports. I feed on it.”

After the loss, Lowry said that the Heat’s recent struggles — Miami lost the third consecutive game and lost the fourth in the past five games — this was his motivation for the fourth quarter, but it was only short-lived. of.

“I just want to find a way to win,” Lowry said. “I have a chance, I have attacked a lot. I just want to be more confident with my team, but it doesn’t matter because we still lost the game.”

This victory improved the Clippers’ record this season to 7-4 and returned them to the best team in the Western Conference. Given the 1-4 start of the season, it made them even more impressive.


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