If he plays the whole game, Haliburton will be choked?
The Pacers and Lakers meet in the finals of the midseason tournament, and the players face the temptation of $500,000 each, and a fight is inevitable.
In fact, from the perspective of real strength, the Pacers and Lakers are now only middle to upper teams in the East and West, but the midseason tournament is wonderful, and the knockout game is a winner, so there is the possibility of an upset. So, it's hard to say who these two teams will win the championship in the end.
But there is one thing that the two teams have very different styles. The Pacers are an offensive team averaging over 128 points per game, and in addition to star Haliburton, there are as many as seven players averaging double-digit points per game. The Lakers, on the other hand, are a team known for their defense, and this season, they rank fifth in the league in defensive efficiency.
The Lakers are full of defensive giants. In addition to Anthony Davis, there is one other who has to be boasted about. Vanderbilt, you can also call him Vanderbilt. Fan Debiao, that's really Biao. In the interval between the Lakers and Pelicans, American reporter Krisitan Winfield commented: If I were the head coach of the Lakers, I would let Van Debilt play 48 minutes, this defense is simply terrifying.
Doncic is strong enough, averaging 27.8 points per game in his career. But when Doncic met Van der Biao, things were different. The two have faced each other seven times, with Doncic averaging just 22.4 points per game, shooting 43.8 percent from the field and averaging as many as 5.3 turnovers per game. There are rumors in the market that in order to follow Doncic, Fan Debiao even followed him all the way into the toilet, so scared that Doncic shouted: Don't come over, come over again and call the police!
When the Lakers are dominated by Van der Biao and Thick Eyebrows, the restricted area becomes infinitely terrifying. What's more, the Lakers also have "ghost brother" Reddish. The twin ghosts slammed on the door, fierce and vicious, and it was terrifying to think about.
However, although Van Debiao is the top scavenger of the Lakers, he can do dirty work, fill in the position and grab the board, and can also wipe the ass on the outside, but Van Debiao's biggest problem is on the offensive end, after he returned from injury this season, he only scored 3 points in 3 games, and basically has no offensive feeling. And his best season was averaging 7.9 points per game.
But then again, Van Debiao's annual salary this season is more than 4 million, and if his offense is reliable enough, this price can't be taken at all. Being able to be at the top on the defensive end is already a lucrative deal.
So, the final between the two teams will be very good-looking, with a sharp blade on one side and a thick shield on the other, and it's really hard to say who will win in the end. A decisive victory will definitely be a dog-tooth physical and intellectual competition. It's not a big deal to watch the excitement, anyway, the editor is very willing to see Van der Biao frantically bite Haliburton for 48 minutes, either to strangle the Pacers' offensive launch point, or to make Haliburton a real god.
What do you think?