Campazzo had little action in Denver’s win over Sacramento | The Argentine played less than two minutes in the Nuggets

Denver Nuggets, with less than two minutes of Argentine point guard Facundo Campazzo on the court, beat Sacramento Kings 128-110 on the road in the outgoing game of the seven that were played for a new day of the regular phase of the NBA.

The meeting was held at the Golden 1 Center stadium, in Sacramento, and the 30-year-old Campazzo from Cordoba, participated in the game for one minute and 37 seconds in which he did not contribute to the scoresheet, According to the official NBA website.

The Nuggets, with a record of 34 wins and 25 setbacks, had the Serbian pivot as prominent figures Nikola Jokic with 25 goals, 12 rebounds and 9 assists, although the team’s top scorer was the point guard Will Barton with 31 baskets.

The Kings (22-39) had the scorer of the game, the Lithuanian Domantas Sabonis, who scored 33 points, in addition to having captured 14 rebounds.

In the other matches of the day, the following results:

Detroit Pistons 106-Cleveland Cavaliers 103; Boston Celtics 129-Brooklyn Nets 106; Chicago Bulls 112-Atlanta Hawks 108; Minnesota Timberwolves 119-Memphis Grizzlies 114; Phoenix Suns 124-Oklahoma City Thunder 104 y Golden State Warriors 132-Portland Trail Blazers 95.

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