New Orleans Pelicans beat as a local Houston Rockets by 130-101 on a new NBA day. The locals come from getting the victory at home against Memphis Grizzlies by 118-109, so after this result they added a total of five consecutive wins. For their part, the visitors lost away from home with Charlotte Hornets 119-94, so after the match they accumulated four defeats in a row. For the moment New Orleans Pelicans would be left out of the Play-off positions with 11 victories in 23 games played, while also Houston Rockets it would be left out of the Play-off positions with 11 games won out of 24 played.
During the first quarter there were several movements on the scoreboard, in fact, the locals got a 10-2 run during the quarter and ended with a 30-25. After this, during the second quarter the locals managed to distance themselves in the electronic, in fact, they achieved another partial in this quarter of 17-0 and had a maximum difference of 18 points (61-43) during the quarter, which ended with a partial result of 33-25. After this, the rivals accumulated a total of 63-50 points before the break.
In the third quarter the visiting team managed to get closer to the light, in fact, the team achieved a 14-2 partial during this quarter until finishing with a partial result of 29-31 and a 92-81 overall. Finally, during the last quarter the local team increased its difference again, in fact, the team achieved a partial 18-2 and marked the maximum difference (29 points) at the end of the quarter and the quarter ended with a result 38-20 partial. After all this, the players closed the match scoreboard with a score of 130-101 in favor of the locals.
During the meeting, the interventions of Josh Hart Y Brandon Ingram, who got 20 points, three assists and 17 rebounds and 22 points, three assists and five rebounds respectively. For its part, the visiting team stood out John Wall Y Eric Gordon for his actions in the game, with 25 points, six assists and four rebounds and 23 points, three assists and one rebound respectively.
After taking the victory, the next clash of New Orleans Pelicans will be against Chicago Bulls at United Center, while the next opponent of Houston Rockets it will be Miami Heat, with which he will face in the Toyota Center.
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