Sports writing (USA), Apr 25 (EFE) .- Forward DeMar DeRozan contributed 32 points that left him at the forefront of the San Antonio Spurs attack in the game they won at home 108-110 against New Orleans Pelicans.
With 2:04 minutes left, as the Spurs clung to a 103-104 lead, DeRozan scored the next four points.
New Orleans has seen its chances of advancing to the playoffs diminish. In the game against the Suurs they lost 19 balls and made 17 of 32 free throws.
Quite the opposite of what happened with San Antonio, who scored 27 of 32 personnel shots, being one of the keys to victory.
Point guard Derrick White scored 22 points for the Spurs, including four triples.
Forward Zion Williamson led the Pelicans attack, with a double-double of 33 points and 14 rebounds.
Power forward Brandon Ingram reached 24 points, grabbed six rebounds and gave six assists with the Pelicans.
For his part, the Spanish center Willy Hernangómez went out to the field for just five minutes and left without any type of statistical activity.
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