Lou Williams clears the strip club quarantine area to play against the Suns
Lou Williams returned to the Los Angeles Clippers in Tuesday’s game against the Suns.
Williams’ agent told the “Sports” that Williams did indeed clear the mandatory 10-day bubble isolation, so he was allowed to participate in Tuesday’s game.
Williams made headlines when he visited the Magic City strip club in Atlanta, and his grandfather’s funeral was absent.
The 33-year-old sixth man of the year averaged 19 points and 6 assists per game.
The Clippers’ motivation to get Williams back was offset by a calf pain in the first quarter loss to Patrick Beverley.
Williams had little influence on the game, scoring only 7 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds in 21 minutes.
The Phoenix Suns played well enough to finally have a chance to win the game and win.
Over time, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard were basically the best defensive duo in the NBA, and Devin Booker turned around on a jumper and won 117- 115 games, thereby improving the Suns’ bubble score to 3-0.
Booker himself scored 35 points a day, made 6-9 three-pointers and shot 8 assists.
In addition to Booker’s 35 points, Ricky Rubio scored 18 points, and Deandre Ayton scored 19 points.
The Clippers hit the Pelicans with 25 three-pointers, and the three-pointer percentage, but against the Suns, they only scored 8 points.
Before the Clippers took an 8-2 lead, the Suns scored eight points and entered fourth.
Both teams ran in the fourth quarter and reached 111 points in less than two minutes.
Leonard successfully equalized the game with two free throws before the winner of the Booker game.
Leonard scored 27 points and George scored 23 points.
Since the Lakers won the first seed in the Western Conference yesterday, the Clippers basically locked in second place and didn’t meet the Lakers until the Finals.
This post is written by Eric Magana