Russell Westbrook, the main player in the victory in the first round of the playoffs, showed off his strong friendship with Paul George, who did not play due to injury.
The Los Angeles Clippers won 115-110 in the first leg of the first round of the 2022-2023 NBA Western Conference Playoffs against the Phoenix Suns held at the Phoenix Footprint Center in Arizona, USA on the 17th (Korean time).
It was a match between Westbrook and Kevin Durant and former teammates that drew attention. On this day, Westbrook recorded Westbrook-like performance with 9 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists, and Kevin Durant proved his name value with 27 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds.
Durant’s record was better, but it was Westbrook who dominated the game. At the end of the fourth quarter, Westbrook gave the Clippers another chance to attack by winning an offensive rebound, and the scene of blocking Devin Booker’s shot and sending the ball to Booker to bring the right to attack was the highlight of the game. 토스카지노
The Clippers were a series in which Phoenix would dominate as Paul George was sidelined through injury. However, from the first game, something changed. According to the news of the local media, it seems that George will be able to play at the end of the first round of the playoffs or in the upper rounds. If the Clippers hand over Phoenix, they can get a thousand horses called George.
It seems that the Clippers players are also eagerly awaiting George’s return. In particular, Westbrook transferred to the Clippers because of George’s persuasion. Looking at it now, the Clippers’ signing of Westbrook was a godsend.
Asked about George in a postgame interview, Westbrook said, “George is not just a friend. He is my family. Our kids go to the same school. George knew my worth and brought me to the Clippers. Not just a basketball player, but a person. He is a good person as a person,” showing off his friendship with George.
The Clippers, who took the first game and overpowered the baseline, will play the second game in Phoenix on the 19th. Will the Clippers be able to write an anti-war drama?