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NBA: Franz and Moritz Wagner are running hot

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The Detroit Pistons were the last team in the NBA to win their first win of the season. Cade Cunningham made his debut in the 110: 103 win against Magic, but the top pick struggled with teething problems. But in the end, Orlando was also not satisfied with the Wagner brothers’ strong shoot.

Detroit Pistons (1-4) – Orlando Magic (1-6) 110:103 (BOXSCORE)

Rookie Franz Wagner even advanced to the top scorer of the guests from Florida with 19 points, at the same time setting a new career record. The 20-year-old sank 3 of his 6 triple attempts (a total of 8/15 FG) and filled the box score with 3 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal with only one turnover.

His older brother Moritz was also hot after the break, he was responsible for 4 successful threes (with 6 attempts) on the way to 13 points and 5 rebounds from the bench. However, he made 5 fouls in 17 minutes. In addition to the German brother team, Cole Anthony put on 15 points and 10 rebounds, No. 5 pick Jalen Suggs got 10 points and 6 assists at 3/13.

“We gave too many offensive rebounds in the first half and made too many turnover in the second half,” said Franz Wagner. “We did hit our litters, but gave up too many possessions.” Orlando had 18 ball losses (10: 3 in the second half), Detroit had 17 rebounds on the offensive board (ORL: 12).

On the other hand, Jerami Grant led the pistons with 22 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. The strong bank around Kelly Olynyk (18) and Josh Jackson (13) provided support, the reservists contributed a total of 59 points. The focus in Detroit was on the debut of # 1 pick Cade Cunningham.

The great franchise hope had missed the preseason and the first four regular season games due to ankle problems. During his first appearance in the Pistons Jersey, he played on a minute limit (19 minutes), a rhythm was not yet visible. Only one of his 8 field throw attempts found the way through the trap (2 points, 0/5 threesome), loud ESPN Stats & Info it was the second worst throwing rate of a # 1 pick when it made its debut in the modern NBA era – behind Anthony Bennett (0/5 FG).


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