Golden State better than Denver, Brooklyn celebrated against Philadelphia

The Golden State basketball players defeated the Denver team away last night with 119: 102 and thus took revenge on the Nuggets for three defeats this season. 21, while Jonathan Kumiga and Clay Thompson scored 18 points each.

Serbian basketball player Nemanja Bjelica did not score in 20 minutes on the floor, but he recorded two rebounds and three successful passes.

Nikola Jokić was again the best in the Denver team, who was missing one assist for the 19th triple-double of the season. The Serbian center scored 23 points in 32 minutes on the field, with 12 rebounds and nine assists.

Monte Morris added 19 points for the defeated team, Jeff Green added 11, and Aaron Gordon added ten points.

Golden State is second on the Western Conference table with 45 wins and 22 losses, while Denver is still sixth with almost 40/27.

In the second game played last night, Brooklyn beat Philadelphia with a convincing 129: 100.

The best in the winning team was Kevin Durant with 25 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists, Seth Curry scored one point less, while Kyrie Irving finished the game with 22 points.

Joel Embid stood out in the ranks of Philadelphia with 27 points and 12 rebounds, while James Harden scored 11 points.

Philadelphia is third in the East with 40 wins and 25 losses, while the Nets are eighth with a score of 34/33.

By Editor

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