Persistent in the Fourth Quarter, Clippers Uprooted Spurs
The Los Angeles Clippers appeared persistent when facing the San Antonio Spurs. They had left behind 15 points in the first half. However, he rose as he approached the end of the match. Clippers then won with a thin score of 108-105 at the Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, United States, Monday, February 3, 2020 local time.
Kawhi Leonard and Paul George became the two threatening spears. Leonard scored 22 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists while George added 19 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists. Tombokan Leonard with 1 minute and 35 seconds left to make the Clippers two points ahead. George’s shot with 13 seconds left gave his side a 106-102 lead.
Patty Mills, Spurs guard, had a score of one point difference. However, the Clippers managed to stay away again thanks to Lou Williams’s free shot. Mills tries a long range shot. It’s just not entering. The match is over.
At first, Spurs won 39-29. Then, maintain its position with a difference of nine points (63-54) in the second quarter. Spurs dominated the first half enough. They look convincing.
Even so, the Clippers slowly rose. They were not afraid of the good Spurs in the first half. Leonard and George helped the Clippers score 31 points in the third quarter. While the Spurs stuck at number 19. Score while turning to Clippers with a position of 85-82.
Both teams competed fiercely as they entered the fourth quarter. Clippers trying to keep his face in front of his own supporters. Spurs want to steal a victory at the Staples Center. Until finally the Clippers came out as winners. Final score 108-105.
After this, the Clippers will face the Miami Heat. The game will take place the day after tomorrow. Meanwhile, Spurs will have to play again tomorrow. His opponent is the Los Angeles Lakers. (GNP)