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The Denver Nuggets (hereinafter referred to as the Denver Nuggets) overcame the Golden State Warriors (hereinafter referred to as the Golden State) by filling the Nicola Jokic.
Denver beat Golden State by 112-110, two points, in the NBA 2022-23 regular league home game held at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado on the morning of the 3rd (Korea Standard Time).
With 52 wins and 26 losses, Denver escaped its losing streak. In the game, Michael Porter Jr. contributed to the team’s victory with 29 points and 11 rebounds, Jamal Murray with 26 points, 8 assists, 2 blocks, and Bruce Brown with 14 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals, including 4 3-point shots.
Golden State, where the winning streak was cut off, fought hard with 21 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 25 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, and Dante DiVinchenjo 18 points, 13 rebounds and 4 assists, including 5 3-point shots.
For Denver, Porter Jr. and Murray were outstanding, and rookie duo Payton Watson and Christian Brown’s fighting spirit stood out.
Golden State scored by Tamson and Divinchenjo early in the first quarter to make a 16-8 score run. Kumming, who came out of the bench, also scored seven consecutive points, including three-point shots, and Pul also overwhelmed Denver by operating an outer shot. However, Golden State allowed Porter Jr. to chase by allowing three 3-pointers. Thanks to Porter Jr.’s performance, Denver finished the first half 58-61, three points clear.
Golden State, which got off to a good start with Tamson’s three-point shot, failed to bring the flow perfectly with Curry’s back-to-back turnovers. In addition, Porter Jr. created several scoring opportunities with good ballless movements as well as outside shots. Curry, who was struggling with a sense of fielding, also scored his first three-point shot, but allowed Murray and Green to tie the score. Pul scored clever runs, but Denver turned the game around with Porter Jr.’s five straight points and Brown’s cut-in dunk. Denver entered the fourth quarter with a two-point lead of 89-87.
Promising players dominated the early fourth quarter. When Watson blocked Curry’s ball, Brown scored back-to-back fastballs following defensive rebounds and steals. Golden State’s Anthony Lam cleared the offensive rebound in a row. However, Ram’s hard fight did not lead to a goal, and the score gap began to widen. Golden State, which sought to turn the mood around with the input of Kuminga, Divinchencho scored a fastball 토토사이트
However, Murray blocked Draymond Green’s ball after scoring a three-point shot. In addition, Murray scored up to three points in the pull-up before inducing Tamson’s attacker foul. In the ensuing position, Denver’s Rookie Duo’s performance and Aaron Gordon handed an Ellip pass that peeled off Coominga’s assist defense. Denver, who made an 11-2 score run, drew the opponent’s timeout. For Golden State, where only Divinchenjo played well, Curry was blocked by Watson again.
Denver, who allowed Tamson five consecutive points, won 112-110, two points on Murray’s game-ending block.