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Lance Stephenson caused euphoria in his first home game as Pacer in four years and resisted the Nets. The Spurs seemed to give the Celtics overtime, but Boston failed.

Charlotte Hornets (20-19) – Detroit Pistons (7-29) 140:111 (BOXSCORE)

  • Blowouts don’t have to be slow, especially when Kelly Oubre Jr. decides to chase an NBA record in the fourth quarter. After an inconspicuous appearance over three quarters, Oubre hit eight of his nine litters from downtown in the final section. The league record for triples in a quarter is nine.
  • The Hornets were well on their way to victory even before this explosion, behind Oubre (32 points, 9/14 3FG) Gordon Hayward and Miles Bridges were the top scorers with 19 points each, and three other Hornets scored double-digit points. Among them was LaMelo Ball with 12 points and assists as well as 8 rebounds.
  • Charlotte was never behind during the game and in the meantime even led with 36 points. The Hornets played 39 assists and hit 57.1 percent of their threes as a team (24/42). The pistons were already far in the rearview mirror after the first quarter (19:37).
  • With the much longer list of failures, Detroit presented itself respectably, led by Trey Lyles (17, 7 rebounds) and Cade Cunningham (16, 7 assists). Josh Jackson contributed 15 points from the bench.
  • Corona-Protokoll: Vernon Carey Jr., Scottie Lewis (alle Hornets)


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