Record for Spurs, Nuggets soar, Suns sink

  • Golden State Warriors 144 – 113 San Antonio Spurs

68,323. The San Antonio Spurs, who have not had a great season in the game, made history tonight for their 50th anniversary. To host the reigning champions from the Oakland Bay Area, the Black and Silver packed 68,323 fans into the Alamodome for a celebration worthy of what this special franchise represents. admiral David Robinson on the mic to officially announce the record and thus further fuel the fire atmosphere. The previous record for a game between the Hawks and the Chicago Bulls at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta was 62,046 … in March 1998, with Her Majesty on the floor. A moment that will go down in history, but not necessarily break the record for meeting NBA players on the floor. Indeed, the Comboys’ 2010 All-Star Game at AT&T Stadium in Dallas drew an estimated 108,713 fans, so it was hard to find.

On the basketball side, there are a few things to keep in mind, other than the Warriors’ absolute control of the meet. Steph Currywas quite subdued in his second recovery game after a month absence, with 15 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists, but his teammates and especially the bench did the trick. Jordan Poole He quickly had the keys to the truck to sign 25 units with 50% success, 6 assists and 3 rebounds. Donte DiVincenzo He came out of the box to keep the Spurs’ head under water with 22 walks, 7 rebounds and 5 steals in 25 minutes. With balanced playing time, with no one playing more than 29 minutes except for Poole, Golden State cruised through the Alamodome before sweeping the Celtics, Cavs and Nets in less than a week.

  • Denver Nuggets 115 – 103 Los Angeles Clippers

Nope Nikola Jokic ? No problem. The Nuggets continue to thrive without their quarterback, who was rested after suffering a sore wrist. He faces the Clippers with a workforce that has struggled since the start of the year and is still unstable, so Jamal Murray Taking over the reins of the Rockies franchise. Californians certainly recovered Kawhi Leonard it’s a big week, but it’s still playing with a missing link, and at the very least, Paul George, again hit with hamstrings. But there are good things about men that need to be remembered Tyronn Lue That held the Nuggets to just over three QTs. Kawhi is finding his preferred positions and feelings more and more easily, 24 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists tonight and the threat that the greasy Clippers team has seen in recent years is quickly returning to memory. A few encouraging collective sequences are quickly mastered over the course of the match by a team that has found its balance since Murray’s return to action. 24 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, 22 points for a well-distributed and game-changing leader. Michael Porter Jr.For 17-5-5 Aaron Gordon14 pawns for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Always off the bench, John Wall At the start of the 4th QT, he tried to bring some extra spirit to resist Denver’s pressure, 16 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists for the former Wizard, but the Nuggets were too solid tonight. They capitalize on the money time perfectly to win their fifth straight, 16th in 19 games. A win that would allow Memphis to move back into the lead in the West before taking on the Magic, Blazers, Wolves, Pacers and Thunder at home. What will keep this great momentum going before the All-Star break?

  • Phoenix Suns 116 – 121 Minnesota Timberwolves

Berezina for Suns in 2023. Still deprived Devin Booker and Chris Paul, the Suns had little presence on the Wolves floor and suffered their 11th loss in 13 games. Despite a close result at the finish, Wolves completely mastered their theme in the final quarter with no results. During the three QTs, Anthony Edwards leaving the lead Minnesota Suns no chance. 31 points, 17 points for the Minnesota Walking Firecracker D’Angelo Russell and 16 units on the 19th Taurus Princevery valuable off the bench. Rudy Gobert He converted his only shot of the game for 4 points before grabbing 12 rebounds and 4 steals. That leaves Minnesota with its 21st win in 43 games to finish 9th, which could push them to 6th if the stars align. The Suns…are in 10th place with a 21-23 loss gap. The gallery hasn’t run out since Memphis, twice, and the Nets will stand in their way next week.

New Orleans Pelicans 116 – 110 Detroit Pistons

Atlanta Hawks 113 – 111 Indiana Pacers

New York Knicks 112 – 108 Washington Wizards

Golden State Warriors 144 – 113 San Antonio Spurs

New Orleans Pelicans 124 – 110 Chicago Bulls

Phoenix Suns 116 – 121 Minnesota Timberwolves

Orlando Magic 108 – 112 Utah Jazz

Denver Nuggets 115 – 103 Los Angeles Clippers

Houston Rockets 114 – 139 Sacramento Kings

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