The Golden State basketball players beat Brooklyn last night with 117: 99 and kept the best score in the NBA league.
The Warriors were led by Stephen Curry with 37 points, seven rebounds, five assists, two stolen balls and a block. He shot “threes” 9/14, and he had a total shot of 12/19, and during the game, the fans shouted “MVP” at him.
Andrew Wiggins scored 19 points, Jordan Poole 17 points, with four assists and four rebounds, and Draymond Green contributed to the victory with 11 points, eight assists and four rebounds. Serbian basketball player Nemanja Bjelica did not register among the scorers, and he had two rebounds and an assist.
In the Brooklyn team, the most efficient was James Harden with 24 points. Team top scorer Kevin Durant scored 19 points and this is the first time this season that he has scored less than 20 in a single game.
Golden State now has the best score in the league of 12 wins and two losses, and Brooklyn is at 10/5.
The Los Angeles Clippers basketball players defeated San Antonio with 16:92 and inflicted their third consecutive defeat. Paul George scored 34 points, with nine rebounds, four assists and two blocks for the winning team, and he shot free throws 12/13.
Reggie Jackson scored 21 points, with six rebounds and four assists, Brandon Boston added 13 points, and Eric Bledsos added 11 points with six rebounds for the Los Angeles team.
In the San Antonio team, Djogonte Murray was the most efficient with 26 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists. Derrick White scored 19 points, and Thaddeus Young and Keldon Johnson scored 10 points each.
Utah basketball players beat Philadelphia with 120: 85. Bojan Bogdanovic led Utah with 27 points and six rebounds, and Jordan Clarkson scored 20 points with seven rebounds. Rudy Gober scored 15 points and had 17 rebounds, Mike Conley 13 points and seven assists, and Donovan Mitchell finished the game with 13 points.
In the Philadelphia team, the most efficient were Shake Milton with 18 points, Tyrese Maxi with 16 and Tobias Harris with 12 points. It was Philadelphia’s fifth consecutive defeat.