On his first return to the Golden State Warriors, celebrating two NBA titles, Kevin Durant helped Brooklyn win 134: 117 points. He received a commemorative video from the former team, missing the first three attempts in the match, but eventually turned eight of the 19 shots and Brooklyn won for the third time this year.
“I had a lot of fun during the engagement here. In addition, it was a huge experience for me, especially when it comes to analyzing basketball, I mean the game as such, because we had a different philosophy.
With Warriors he won titles in 2017 and 2018, after the next year he went to Brooklyn. The four-time top scorer of the league missed the whole season last season due to a broken Achilles tee and has only returned to the Chase Center hall now.
“When Kevin came here and played incredible basketball for three years, the least we could do was welcome him back with open arms. He put everything in here for three years, then left with a devastating injury,” said Warriors coach Steve. Kerr.
The Nets’ top scorer was Kyrie Irving with 23 points, and James Harden, the last of the Brooklyn star trio, scored 19 points, eight rebounds and 16 assists. On the other hand, Stephen Curry, who has averaged over forty points in the last four games, was not very successful. This time he stopped at twenty-seven.
The leading team of the league from Utah continues to roll. The Jazz have won 18 of the last 19 games, the last time they did so in 1998. This time, their finalists were taken away from Miami last season by a 94: 112 defeat. Donovan Mitchell contributed 26 points.
Phoenix basketball players stepped on the top two Eastern Conference teams in three days. After winning over Milwaukee, they scored their fifth victory in a row against the leader of the Philadelphia table, which they defeated 120: 111. He earned 36 Devin Booker points for it. Joel Embiid 35 points did not avert the second defeat of the 76ers in a row.
Atlanta – Indiana 113:125, Golden State – Brooklyn 117:134, New York – Houston 121:99, Phoenix – Philadelphia 120:111, Utah – Miami 112:94.