Sport Clippers after catching up for the first time in Conference Finals
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The Los Angeles Clippers are for the first time in their history in the final of Western Conference.
Even without the injured Kawhi Leonard and despite the meantime 25 points behind the clippers 131: 119 won against the favored Utah Jazz and decided the semi-final series about 19,000 spectators with 4: 2 for themselves. In the finals, the Clippers now meet the Phoenix Suns, which had succeeded in 4: 0 against the Denver Nuggets.
Only at 95:94 In the last quarter, the clippers took the lead again after they had previously left with 25 points. The Leonard injured at the Knee could not help at the first game in the Staples Center without editions at the viewer capacity since Corona, for which Terance Man with 39 meters unexpectedly contributed many points. For jazz, the best team of the main round, the season is finished. Donovan Mitchell came to 39 points for his team.
Previously, the Philadelphia 76ers forced a chief victory against the Atlanta Hawks. In the semi-finals of the Eastern Conference, the 76ers brought in game six a 104: 99 and now play on Sunday from their own audience to the decisive fourth victory in the series against the Hawks.
At half-term four points in residue, the 76ers in the third quarter put the foundation for success. Joel Embid came to 22 points and 13 rebounds, Seth Curry and Tobias Harris contributed 24 meters. At the Hawks, Trae Young was with 34 points of the most successful shooter.
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