Facundo Campazzo played a great game and sentenced with a triple the important 128-109 victory of the Denver Nuggets over the Portland Trail Blazers, which tied the first-round series (1-1). In an encounter plagued by hostilities, the Argentine shone with 12 points, 3 rebounds, 6 assists, 3 steals and a block in 30 minutes of game.
The former Madrid player was an indirect protagonist of the physical and tough game of the match when got a push from a desperate CJ McCollum, recipient of his strict and tenacious defense.
McCollum’s foul ended up being sanctioned as a flagrant type 1 and the question remained an anecdote after up to four technical fouls and two flagrant ones were whistled in the match.
McCollum also received one of the plays of the match from Campazzo, who land made a pipe that ended in assistance to Jokic for the basket.
Campazzo’s great game consolidates him in the Denver starting five and confirms the Argentine’s talent to play the great games of the season and have a leading role.