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Blazers Vs Clippers Score point, Live Update and More

Trail Blazers Vs Los Angeles happened Clippers at 7 pm Tuesday at the Moda Center Making Clippers a clear win against Blazers 113-112. 

Portland Trail Blazers lost the game to Los Angeles Clippers on 20th April 2021, the score of 113-112 was propitious to Los Angeles Clippers when the last whistle blew. Now, Los Angeles Clippers are back to their prominent position in the series. 

The blazer’s two best players- Damian Lillard and Jusuf Nurkic were missed out due to hamstring and right-knee swelling injuries respectively. 

After a continuous adverse situation facing by the Trail Blazers, the guard CS McCollum’s final shot would have been the game-winner, but the shot went off the back in, leading the Clippers to victory. 

What happened in the first quarter?

The clipper’s star player, Kawhi Lenord is out of the game against the Blazers, due to right foot soreness. The Blazers got an opportunity to make first-hand, shot to the game with McCollum and Erus Kanter scored eight points each and seven points from Powell to the team.

Paul George scored eleven points and Marcus Morris Sr. nine points to keep the Clippers in the game even as Reggie Jackson missed all five shots.

The first quarter ended in favour of the Blazers with 31-30.

Who took over the Second quarter?

Ermelo Anthony gets fouled for forcing a deep three with 17 seconds remaining in the quarter. Powell leads the Blazers by scoring 17 points and McCollum 12 points. Thus the first half ended propitious to Blazers with 60-56.

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Third-quarter: Blazers leading

The Clippers came back to the game even with Blazers leading the game 74-70 with 4.34 remaining in the third quarter. Reggie Jackson and Paul George gave the Clippers a lead 75-74. George contributed 23 points to his team clippers till this quarter. 

Even with McCollum bolstering the Blazers, the clippers emerged with a lead at the end of this third quarter 86-82.

Fourth Quarter: Game-Changing

The game leads back with Blazers 91-90 when Carmelo Anthony hit a three. Blazers took a lead with a 112-107, while only a minute vestigial in the game. But George scored six points, thus changed the entire game with the flavor of Clippers. 

McCollum tried to turn the game in flavour of the Blazers, but his shot didn’t find the net. Thus, the Portland Trial lost the game to the Los Angeles Clipper.

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