Charlotte won the away game against Milwaukee, where many of the main players were absent.
Charlotte Hornets won 127-119 against the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2020-2021 NBA regular season at the Milwaukee Five-Sub Forum on the 10th (Korea time).
Charlotte was a big hit with 26 points, seven rebounds and four assists, including four 3-pointers by Miles Bridges, who also scored 20 points alongside Terry Rosier and Devonte Graham, helping the offense.
Milwaukee had 24 points and six rebounds, including four 3-pointers by Jordan Nora, but Janis Adetokounmbaugh (knee) and Chris Middleton (knee) were all 스포츠중계 kneeled by five main players missing, including Zuru Halladay (knee), Dante DiVincenzo (hip), and Brook Lopez (hurry).
Charlotte led early in the first quarter with consecutive points from Jalan McDaniels and Bridges, followed by P.J. Washington and Brad Wanamaker, who added to the scoring. Charlotte, who did not put the lead through the quarter, finished the first quarter with a 32-27 lead.
In the second quarter, Charlotte took a double-digit lead with a 3-pointer by McDaniels and a goal-scoring by Cody Zeller, followed by a three-pointer by Bridges and a dunk by McDaniels, which drove away far ahead. Milwaukee also narrowed the gap as the outposts recovered slightly, but Charlotte, who brought the mood back to Graham’s two 3-pointers late in the quarter, finished the first half with a 66-55.
In the second half, Charlotte continued to attack, scoring points regardless of the inside and outside, constantly harassing the opponent’s defense. Milwaukee was out of the main players and the performance was brilliant. In the middle of the fourth quarter, Charlotte, who had won three 3-pointers by Bridges and Washington, became the winner with Garbage Time.
Denver defeated San Antonio.
The Denver Nuggets won 121-119 against the San Antonio Spurs in the 2020-2021 NBA regular season at the Denver Ball Arena on the 10th (hereinafter in Korean time).
Nikola Yokichi led the team’s eight-game winning streak with 26 points, 13 rebounds and 14 assists to achieve a triple-double. Michael Porter Jr. and Monte Morris also scored 22 and 21 points, respectively.
San Antonio lost five straight games, with Douma DeRozan scoring 24 points and 12 assists and Derek White scoring 25 points and three assists.
In the first quarter, Denver started off pleasantly with Yokichi and Aaron Gordon’s outposts; San Antonio started counterattacking with DeRozan leading the attack; Denver, who faltered, was a P.J. Dozier and Morris’ 3-pointers lifted the pace; Denver, which added to the scoring to Paul Mill, finished the first quarter with a 36-26 win.
As the second quarter began, Denver widened the gap with Will Barton’s consecutive points, followed by Pacundo Campacho and Porter, who were being dragged into San Antonio, where DeRozan was the center. That’s how Denver ended the first half with a 61-50 lead
Early in the third quarter, San Antonio launched a chase with Dijonte Murray, whose three-pointers from White and Rudy Gay quickly reduced the score gap. After being chased by one point, Denver changed the mood with the scores of Porter and Yokichi, followed by Morris’s big-time win back to the lead, which ended the third quarter with a 96-83 win.
But in the fourth quarter, San Antonio followed the score evenly, trailing down to the chin; a shaky Denver 3-pointer from Barton restored the pace; Morris’s outpost gap widened to 11 points.San Antonio, who was a heavy-colored man, saved the fire of hope with White in front of him