Draymond Green, of the Golden State Warriors, projects developments in the next match against the Denver Nuggets in the 1st series of the NBA playoffs
the pivot of Golden State Warriors, Draymond Greensent a message regarding the next duel against Denver Nuggets for the NBA playoffs. Last Saturday, the San Francisco team was victorious by the score of 123 to 107. The game was marked by the return of Stephen Curry after suffering an injury to his left foot.
Green stated that attention should be focused on Nikola Jokiccenter for the Denver Nuggets, and speculated that the player should return to the court “vindictive” after suffering the defeat. “We just have to make things difficult. When you are playing against a great player, he will be marked.”he pointed out.
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“Jokic still got 25 points. He’s not the NBA MVP for nothing. So he will possibly be the MVP again, for a reason. I feel like he’s gonna try to give me 40 [pontos]15 [rebotes] and 15 [assistências] in the next game. What I feel is that he is upset and will come back with a vengeance in the next game.”studded Green.
Likewise, the Nuggets coach, Michael Malonepraised Draymond’s work in marking the Serbian and demanded greater collectivity on the part of his squad. “We need Nikola to just be aggressive and carry the team. I give credit to Draymond because he scored him well. So other guys need to contribute as well.”, highlighted the commander. The teams face each other again this Monday, 18, in game 2.
NBA AWARDS 2021/2022
This Sunday, the 17th, the NBA released the finalists for the 2021/22 regular season MVP, and the three-man roster does not include American athletes. Competing for the best player award: the Greek Giannis Antetkounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks), the Serbian Nikola Jokic (Denver Nuggets) and Cameroonian Joel Embiid (Philadelphia 76ers).
In addition to the trio of players in the fight for MVP, the league announced the three finalists of all the individual awards of the season, such as “Coach of the Year”, “Defense Player”, “Most Evolved Player”, “Rookie of the Year” and “sixth man”. The announcements were made during the first round of the playoffs, which began last Saturday.
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