Writing sports USA, Dec. 10 – The forward Paul George forgot about the hostile reception he had on his return to Indianapolis, where he began his professional career, and with 36 points he was responsible for leading Los Angeles Clippers to the 99- triumph. 110 before his former team of the Indiana Pacers.
George, who first came to Indianapolis as a Clippers player, was constantly booed at the start of the game, but that did not prevent him from getting his best individual mark of the season by scoring seven triples, which left the Angelino team with the fourth victory in the last five games played.
The great performance of George, who also contributed nine rebounds, all defensive, distributed five assists, recovered two balls and put a cap, was decisive before the significant casualties suffered by the Clippers, including the star forward Kawhi Leonard, who had a rest day .
George was approved to lead the attack on the basket in front of his previous team. The eave did not disappoint.
The center Mintrezl Harrell, as a reserve, was the sixth player of the Clippers to contribute 26 points, while the Croatian center Ivica Zubac finished with 13 points and the base Patrick Beverley achieved a double-double of 11 goals, 12 rebounds -11 defensive -, distributed five assists and recovered three balls.
The eaves of Puerto Rican origin Maurece Harkless, who came out of the headline shone in the inside game when capturing 14 rebounds, put a cap and scored eight points.
The Clippers with the victory set their mark at 18-7, the second best in the Pacific Division and the Western Conference.
The escort Malcolm Brogdon led the attack of the Pacers to get 20 points despite playing with a splint in his hand with his right hand that is with which he throws a basket.
Lithuanian power forward Domantas Sabonis was once again the undisputed leader in the inner game by getting a double-double of 18 points, 22 rebounds – best professional mark – including 18 defenders, gave four assists, recovered a ball and put a stopper .
But his contribution did not prevent the Pacers (15-9) lost for the third time in their field, so far this season.