28 + 9 missed a five-game winning streak, Jeremy Lin returned after the game

28 + 9 missed a five-game winning streak, Jeremy Lin returned after the game
Jeremy Lin was helpless to accept the defeat by 28 points.Figure / Sports Beijing Shougang men’s basketball team lost to Shenzhen to 104 to 109 tonight, missed five consecutive victories this season, scored 28 points and 9 assists Jeremy Lin self-healing after the game.The Shougang team once played a 7-0 tie in the last 3 minutes of the final quarter, but the opponent continuously scored the initial key offensive at the last moment and re-inclined the winning balance to the home team.Despite failing to continue the victory, Yannis praised the team ‘s spirit of fighting to the last minute. “We had a poor shooting percentage and lost some key defensive rebounds, so that the opponent has little time left for the offensive time.A key three-pointer was scored.Jeremy Lin scored 4 three-pointers in the field, scoring a season-high 28 points and 9 assists.When he counterattacked in the last quarter, as the team’s “brain”, he had both a pair and a clear combing of the team’s offense.For him, after experiencing a real tough battle tonight, Jeremy Lin also praised the Shenzhen team as a good opponent after the game.”In the third quarter, I needed to control our offense again and played a bit of chaos, giving the opponent the opportunity to disrupt our rhythm.”In the third quarter, the Shougang team led by two numbers to the last four minutes without a point and was overtaken by the opponent 90 to 80 to enter the fourth quarter.Jeremy Lin first reset himself and pointed out that he did not do enough to protect the rebound. “This is a good lesson. We will learn a lot from it.”Yannis also said that the team must learn from this game that many times the details will determine the victory or defeat,” while the game was stuck, we did not pay attention to the situation on the court. Some of them were defensive execution and rebounding.on.Offensively, we need to play smarter and play our own rhythm to get the game on our track.”