It was nearly six minutes for Cordovan, though without a point, in Monday’s resounding 126-106 loss against Stephen Curry and teammates.
In the second match of the first round of NBA Playoffs, Golden State Warriors he became stable in his house. In a resounding victory this Monday against Denver Nuggets (126-106)Steve Kerr not only added the 2-0 but also they showed off a spectacular basketball with Stephen CurryJordan Poole and klay Thompson in the head. to visit, Facundo Campazzo played nearly six minutes, not adding a point, but adding two rebounds and an assist.
Dazzling at times, these Warriors remember, especially in the second and third quarters, the irresistible team that won three rings between 2015 and 2018 that left the entire NBA mouth-watering. There’s still a lot to know if this set will be the heir to that legendary team, but this Monday they provided a brilliant brushstroke of team play, amazing ball circulation, precision from the perimeter, massive energy waste and intense defense with Draymond Green in the front.
Currywho reached the playoffs injured and on his return to the first game of the tie had 16 points, was released in this second meeting with 34 points (12 of 17 shots in just 23 minutes coming from the bench) and he seems to be 100% (+32 differential for him). Besides, Poole again amazed with 29 points and 8 assists (he scored 30 points in the first game) and Thompson contributed 21 points.
The Warriors made 54.8% of their shots and took advantage of 16 Nuggets turnovers that showed signs of frustration and impotence. The most obvious was Nikola’s dismissal in the final quarter for double technique. Jokic, who added 26 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists but continued to contend with the referees. Besides, DeMarcus Cousins and Will Barton hit in the third quarter on a timeout.
Facundo Campazzo and John Toscano-Anderson they only played when the game was decided: the Argentine won 2 rebounds and an assist for the Nuggets while the Mexican-American had 3 points, a rebound, an assist and a steal for the Warriors. The series now travels to Denverwhere is he Thursday the third game will be played and the Sunday the fourth is controversial.
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