Rondo smashes the ball in rage and bounces to a height of 8 meters

The Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers finals G4 was staged as scheduled. Unlike the previous game, Adebayor finally returned. The Heat’s lineup is relatively complete, but Dragic still can’t play.

For the Lakers, Vogel chose to continue to trust Danny Green, Warcraft Howard as the starter, and the Lakers’ lineup remained unchanged.

After the opening, the Heat blossomed more points for the entire team, and the Lakers’ offensive points were concentrated on Pope. He made perfect shots from the outside and scored 10 points and 2 assists in the first quarter alone. However, the Lakers made 5 turnovers in the half quarter, and the team was once in a passive situation.

In the second half of the first quarter, during the counterattack, James overturned Hiro, completed two-handed dunks, showing a domineering expression, while Butler played three consecutive strong hits, both layups, and beautiful mid-range jumpers. At the last moment of this section, Jimmy Butler completed the buzzer mid-range, and the Heat entered the second quarter behind by 5 points 22-27.

In the second quarter of the game, the Heat suddenly exerted their strength. With Iguodala hitting a three-pointer, the Heat hit an 11-2 wave of attacks, and instead led the Lakers by 4 points. Fortunately, the Lakers’ bench players also began to exert their strength. At halftime, the Lakers led 49-47. Two big blacksmiths Pope and Danny Green scored 18 points and finally found the feel.

In the last attack of the half, there was a special situation. The Lakers backcourt. Caruso was injured in the last round. Thick eyebrows did not hand the ball to Rondo but passed it to James.

Rondo has run to the frontcourt. James did not choose to attack with 3.1 seconds left. Instead, he held the ball to the last 0.9 seconds before passing it to Rondo in the frontcourt. Rondo had just received the ball and half-time was already End.

In this way, the Lakers are equivalent to giving up the chance of the final attack of the half. Rondo was so angry that he slammed the ball on the floor. The rebound of the ball could reach a height of 8 meters, which is enough to show how angry Rondo is, and James Took off the braces and did not respond.

Just today, James broke the 74-year NBA record, and the Heat’s rookie became the first man in history

Just today, James broke the 74-year NBA record, and the Heat's rookie became the first man in history On October 7, Beijing time, the NBA Finals continued. The Lakers defeated the Heat 102-96, leading the series with a 3-1 lead. In today's game, the Lakers leader James played well and played the whole game. He played 39 minutes, 8 of 16 shots, 28 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists. Among them, he scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. When the game was tied to 85, James stood up and scored 5 points to help the team stabilize the situation. With the data of this game, James has scored 24 in his career. At least 25 points and 10 rebounds in the second finals, surpassing legendary star Elgin Baylor to become the first in NBA history. It is worth mentioning that James has scored at least 25 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists in the finals for the 20th time in his career, and continues to rank first in the 74-year history of the NBA. In today's game, did Heat rookie Hiro perform well. He was 8 of 18, 3 of 7 three points, 21 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal. With 21 points in this game, James officially became the youngest player in the history of the Finals to score at least 20 points at the age of 20 years and 260 days. This game also set a record for Davis to become the 8th player who can score at least 20 points and 4 blocks in the Finals since 2000. Judging from today’s game, the Lakers’ final win was still quite a setback. Today’s game the Heat showed their resilience, and the Lakers’ performance in the first three quarters by James and Davis can only be said to be quite satisfactory, but In the fourth quarter, the two of them still showed what is called the talent of the No. 1 pick. James scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. The thick eyebrows hit a key three-pointer in the last 40 seconds of the game, and then capped Butler on the defensive end. In addition, the Lakers Pope scored 15 points in today's game and became an important player in winning. After the game, James said in an interview: "I know what this is about. Our work has not been completed yet. We have 1 extra day of game time left. Let our bodies respond as soon as possible. There is another important thing. The point is that we need to look at the video of the game tomorrow, and I will continue to put in my efforts."

The NBA Finals continued. The Lakers defeated the Heat 102-96, leading the series with a 3-1 lead. In today’s game, the Lakers leader James played well and played the whole game. He played 39 minutes, 8 of 16 shots, 28 points, 12 rebounds, and 8 assists. Among them, he scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. When the game was tied to 85, James stood up and scored 5 points to help the team stabilize the situation. With the data of this game, James has scored 24 in his career. At least 25 points and 10 rebounds in the second finals, surpassing legendary star Elgin Baylor to become the first in NBA history. It is worth mentioning that James has scored at least 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists in the finals for the 20th time in his career, and continues to rank first in the 74-year history of the NBA.

In today’s game, did Heat rookie Hiro perform well? He was 8 of 18, 3 of 7 three points, 21 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 steal. With 21 points in this game, James officially became the youngest player in the history of the Finals to score at least 20 points at the age of 20 years and 260 days. This game also set a record for Davis to become the 8th player who can score at least 20 points and 4 blocks in the Finals since 2000.

Judging from today’s game, the Lakers’ final win was still quite a setback. Today’s game the Heat showed their resilience, and the Lakers’ performance in the first three quarters by James and Davis can only be said to be quite satisfactory, but In the fourth quarter, the two of them still showed what is called the talent of the No. 1 pick. James scored 11 points in the fourth quarter. The thick eyebrows hit a key three-pointer in the last 40 seconds of the game, and then capped Butler on the defensive end. In addition, the Lakers Pope scored 15 points in today’s game and became an important player in winning.

After the game, James said in an interview: “I know what this is about. Our work has not been completed yet. We have 1 extra day of game time left. Let our bodies respond as soon as possible. There is another important thing. The point is that we need to look at the video of the game tomorrow, and I will continue to put in my efforts.”

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