스포츠토토사이트 Western Conference 2nd seed Memphis played a double play against 7th seed Minnesota. Twice in the first round face-to-face series, they won by overcoming their inferiority by more than 10 points in the 4th quarter! Starring All-Star Point Guard Zah Morant, Supporting Backup Big Man Brandon Clark. In particular, Morant’s driving Tomahawk Slam Dunk at the end of the third quarter served as a catalyst. Perhaps the best slam dunk in NBA playoff history.
Western Conference 1st seed Phoenix also had a 3-2 lead in the series against 8th seed New Orleans in the first round. The league’s fourth-year forward, Mikal Bridges, showed an excellent airborne balance.
East Conference 1st seed Miami defeated 8th seed Atlanta and advanced to the 2nd round. 스포츠토토사이트 Round 2 opponents are 4th seed Philadelphia or 5th seed Toronto (current PHI 3-2 series lead).
Memphis Grizzlies (3-2) 111-109 Minnesota Timberwolves (2-3)
Ja Morant 30 points, 13 rebounds, nine assists FT 11/17
Brandon Clark: 21 points, 15 rebounds.
Desmond Main: 25 points, four rebounds, 3 PMs.
Karl-Anthony Towns 28 points, 12 rebounds, three steals, five 3PMs
Anthony Edwards 22 points, 3 PM, 3
D’Angelo Russell had 12 points and eight assists.
1st Quarter: 28-31
2nd Quarter: 25-24
3rd Quarter: 21-30
4th Quarter: 37-24
Series stats (Western 2nd seed vs. 7th seed)
1st leg: MEM (loss) 117-130 MIN (win)
Second leg: MEM (win) 124-96 MIN (loss)
Game 3 : MIN (L) 95-104 MEM (Win)
Game 4 : MIN (win) 119-118 MEM (loss)
Game 5 : MEM (Win) 111-109 MIN (Loss)
Game 6 : April 29 MIN (home)
*Game 7 will be conducted if necessary
Memphis once again made a comeback in their playoff round 1 head-to-head series against Minnesota.스포츠토토사이트모바일 *¹The 3rd game was 26 points, and today’s 5th game reversed the lead, up to 13 points at the beginning of the 4th quarter. Only two teams in NBA playoff history have experienced comeback wins by over 10 points or more in the fourth quarter of a single series *² Miami in 2020 and Memphis in 2022. The grizzly fighting spirit of the wolf corps seems to be ferociously biting on the problem of the wolf corps’ lack of rear heart.
Minnesota suffered an absurd comeback. This may have been foretold at the time of the catastrophic defeat in Game 3 of the series. *³Even if they lead by a large gap, they suffer from anxiety that they can allow a comeback at any time. What if I can’t overcome the trauma even in Game 6, which will be held after a day off? The dream of qualifying for the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2004, during the Kevin Garnett era, is also disappearing.
*¹ Memphis lost more than 25 points in Game 3 of the series twice. Minnesota deserves to be traumatized.
*² Miami played a myriad of 4th quarter reversals during the 2020 playoffs. This was when Jimmy Butler earned the honorary title of ‘Playoff Ace.’
*³ Minnesota couldn’t even run away from the court in Game 1 and Game 4 of the winning series.
안전한 스포츠토토사이트 AGAIN GAME 3. Memphis series win-win list
3rd first half: 26 points at the beginning of the 2nd quarter -> Chase up to 7 points at the end of the 2nd quarter
The second half of the 3rd game: 25 points inferior in the middle of the 3rd game -> The final victory by 9 points
Game 5: 13 points in the middle of the 4th quarter -> 2 points to win the final match
The game proceeded in a flow where Minnesota fled, and Memphis struggled to pursue it. This is also the pattern that has been maintained throughout the series, excluding the second game. The driving force that allowed the away team to dominate the court, albeit slightly, was the pick-and-roll play-based 3-point line offensive. After guiding the opponent’s defensive focus toward the ball handler, he provided quick decompression passes to shooters maneuvered into the open space. The number of successful 3-point shots in the first quarter (3P 7/11, 3 PM margin +5) proves it. The scene where Carl-Anthony Towns hit 5 out of 7 3-point attempts is noteworthy. Instead of the aforementioned linked play, he broke the defensive line outside the home team with three pull-up stores based on individual tactics.
However, the away team could not replace the offensive flow with a big run.
It was because he had made too many unforced mistakes. *¹I was trying to avoid the negative defensive pressure with quick decision making, but only my hands and feet got dizzy. It means that the 3-point line direction decompression pass did not proceed as neatly as it was. To make matters worse, he also dedicated 18 offensive rebounds. *²Loss while preventing Memphis ace Ja Morant from breaking through the dribble. A dense 1-3-1 or 3-2 formation zone defense has a high probability of causing rebound weakness. The Memphis squad is filled with energizer resources, such as Brandon Clark, who are familiar with off-ball situations and rim-direction dashes. As a result of Minnesota’s use of tactics with clear pros and cons, the margin of scoring opportunities (FGA+FGA) between the two teams is widened up to 26 (!) (131 MEM – 107 MIN). *³This is the background that Memphis was able to make up for with more scoring opportunities.
On the other hand, foul trouble is a hot topic in the first round of the playoff match series. Memphis averaged 23.6 fouls per game, 11th overall, and Minnesota 28.0 last (first-place CHI 18.8). As it was a matchup between young and dynamic teams, fouls were frequent due to frequent physical contact. In both cases, improper management has emerged as a critical variable. In particular, the competition between Towns and Jaren Jackson Jr. is fierce. Minnesota lost all three games in the series, with Towns committing five fouls. If you fall into the swamp of early foul trouble, your movements will inevitably be reduced. So is Patrick Beverly, the ‘mad dog.’ He was aggressive in the point guard matchup with Morant, and frequent fouls followed. Today’s game five-double defeat also occurred with Beverly’s six foul-outs.
*¹ Minnesota’s 23 errors tonight are the most in a single playoff game in the club’s history. He made four mistakes in 3:30 in the first quarter, so he said it all.
*² Minnesota’s Ja Morant defense is clearly showing strength. Morant’s regular-season average dribble break-through-based 14.8 points per game, the share of issues generated (PTS%) of 70.8%. In the playoffs, the surprising number decreased to 11.3 points and 54.9% PTS%. Compared to the regular season, dribble break-based pass share increased by +4.4%. Except for the 4th quarter of today’s game, it can be seen that the game has switched to passive play. As a result, the assist number increased significantly.
*³ Memphis Paint Zone score +24 points and second chance margin +17 points. A second chance near the rim became the basis for the pursuit and reverse play.
Compare two teams to score chances.
Scoring Chance: 131 MEM vs 107 MIN
TS% : MEM 49.9% vs MIN 58.3%
ORB: 18 MEM vs 6 MIN
DRB%: MEM 76.6% vs MIN 66.7%
Second Chance: MEM 23 points vs MIN 6 points
Mistake caused: 23 MEM vs 17 MIN
TOV% : MEM 15.0% vs MIN 21.1%
Error base: MEM 23 points vs MIN 17 points
*Scoring Chance: FGA+FTA
*DRB%: Occupation of defensive rebounds
*TOV%: Share of error occurrence
Karl-Anthony Towns Series Grade Changes
1st leg (43 minutes/win): 29 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists/3 errors FG 61.1% FT 5/5 3 fouls
Second leg (28 min/loss): 15 points, 11 rebounds, 1 assist, 5 errors, FG 57.1% FT 7/8 5 fouls
Game 3 (33 mins/loss): 8 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 4 errors, FG 75.0% FT 2/2 5 fouls
Game 4 (42 minutes/win): 33 points, 14 rebounds, 3 assists, 6 errors FG 47.1% FT 14/17 3 fouls
Game 5 (35 minutes/loss): 28 points, 12 rebounds, 1 assist/7 errors FG 46.7% FT 9/9 5 fouls
*If you avoid early foul trouble, excellent performance + and team victory are guaranteed.
A list of foul industry blue-chip stocks. PO Cumulative Foul Rankings
1st place: Jaren Jackson Jr. (MEM, 113 minutes): 26
2nd place Patrick Beverly (MIN, 156 minutes): 22
3rd Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN, 181 minutes): 21
*Jackson Jr. regular season cumulative fouls 2nd overall with 272 leagues, 3rd with 267 towns. Jagang Ducheon is my friend.
Before the end of the third quarter, Morant blew a driving Tomahawk slam dunk that would go down in NBA history. This is the best highlight film of today’s match, as Malik Beasley, who went out to induce charging, did not even dare to protest that it was an attacker foul. What is noteworthy is that Morant succeeded in reversing the atmosphere through the play. In fact, in the 4th quarter, he did not think as complicated as in the previous quarter. Still, he switched to an unlimited dribble breakthrough attack that slammed into the opponent’s paint zone protection defense. *¹The tough matchup Beverly was also removed with the 6th foul, which was also a good thing.
Let’s look at the quarter-by-quarter performance change of Grizzly Corps aces. 1st to 3rd quarter 12 points, nine assists (5 errors), field throw success rate 38.5% (FT 2/7) Normal (?) point guard type figures *² 18 points, 0 assists (0 errors), field throw success rate in the 4th quarter 44.4% (FT 9/10) switched to the sharp driver type. It can be seen that they pounded into the opponent’s dense defensive formation without fear. Morant’s dribbling breakthrough devastated the Minnesota defense, which had relapsed with foul trouble.
In addition, Clark painstakingly dug into the space behind Morant’s attack movement.
If a teammate’s shot succeeded, they switched defense, and if they failed, they immediately joined the offensive rebound fight. He has a good memory of showing off an excellent offensive rebound + second chance combination in the process of directing a double play in Game 3 of the series. Team-level pursuit Keeping the flow was also possible thanks to Clark making up 150% of the gap following Jaren Jackson Jr.’s foul out. Clark Hana is the only player in Memphis team history to create a double-double with 20 points, 15 rebounds (ORB), and a success rate of 60.0% or more in a single playoff game. This is an area that even all-star seniors such as Gasol Brothers and Jack Randolph could not reach.
Morant also led the final offensive at the end of the fourth quarter. *²Team was responsible for all the last 13 goals scored in that quarter! The 3-point shot from the comeback, taken one minute and three seconds before the end of the game, was a dagger shot into the heart of Minnesota’s defense. The score report for the 3-point line between the 1st and 3rd quarters was three attempts and 0. Ace’s strong heart stands out even more on the clutch court. 실시간 스포츠토토사이트 바로가기 https://www.butterflyrecovery.org
The away team barely breathed a sigh of relief with a three-point shot from the equalizing corner 3.7 seconds before the end of second-year league star Anthony Edwards. The group, which played a lot of erroneous play throughout the 47th minute, finished neatly as much as the last inbound pass-based attack development. However, the main character of today’s game has not changed. In the counterattack that followed, Morant exploded the score to break through the reversal of the final 1.0 seconds before the end! A 22-year-old young man born in 1999’s bold dribbling forward + acrobatic finish near the rim + *³ Minnesota defensive mistake is an evaluation that perfectly matched the triple. *⁴Morant’s 18 points in the fourth quarter is also a new club playoff record.
*¹ Patrick Beverly provoked Zamorant, the Memphis squad, and even Memphis fans without a break during the on-court time. It’s a familiar scene.
*² Ja Morant also brushed off the sluggish free throw line he had suffered until the third quarter in the fourth quarter.
*³ Anthony Edwards had a gambled deflection move in his final defense. Result? He opened up a dribble breakout path for matchup Morant.
*⁴ As of the 21st-century playoffs, the most goals scored in the fourth quarter are 26 points, set by Allen Iverson against Milwaukee in June 2001. Coincidentally, Ja Morant is the 2020s Young Gun All-Star, reminiscent of Iverson.
Memphis’s 4th quarterfinals play a double play.
Quarter 1:46: Towns 3-pointer, McLaughlin AST (102-106)
Quarter 1:41: Morant chases free throw to score (104-106)
Quarter 1:3: Clark ORB -> Morant 3-point shot from the back (107-106)
Quarter 49.3 sec: Towns error & Jones Steele
Quarter 25.4 seconds: Clark ORB -> Maintain lead situation attack possession time
8.2 seconds in the quarter: Morant scores a free throw (109-106)
Quarter 3.7 seconds: Edwards tied 3-pointer, McLaughlin AST (109-109)
Quarter 1.0 seconds: Morant’s final reversal breakout score, Brooks AST (111-109)
Match End: Towns try to come back and fails the 3-point shot.
Comparison of productivity between the two teams in the last 9 minutes and 30 seconds of the 4th quarter
MEM: 32 points, 7 ORB, five assists, two errors FG 47.4% 3P 3/7 FT 11/13 Second chance 9 points
MIN: 17 points, 3 ORB, 4 assists/3 errors FG 29.4% 3P 2/7 FT 5/5 second chance 0 points
Zamorano Quarterly Grade Changes
1st – 3rd Quarter: 12 points, 11 rebounds, 9 assists, 5 errors FG 38.5% 3P 0/3 FT 2/7
4th Quarter: 13 points, 2 rebounds, 0 assists, 0 errors FG 44.4% 3P 1/1 FT 9/10
Miami Heat (4-1) 97-94 Atlanta Hawks (1-4)
Bam Adebayo 20 points, 11 rebounds, four assists
Victor Oladipo 23 points, three steals, 3 PMs
Max Struth 15 points, five rebounds, 3 PMs
DeAndre Hunter 35 points, 11 rebounds, three steals, 3 PM, 3 FT 10/11
Tray Young: 11 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists
Danilo Galinari 12 points, 2 3PMs
1st Quarter: 21-22
2nd Quarter: 33-20
3rd Quarter: 21-22
4th Quarter: 22-30
Series stats (East 1st seed vs. 8th seed)
1st leg: MIA (win) 115-91 ATL (loss)
Second leg: MIA (win) 115-105 ATL (loss)
Game 3 : ATL (win) 111-110 MIA (loss)
Game 4 : ATL (L) 86-110 MIA (Win)
Game 5 : MIA (win) 97-94 ATL (loss)