The Brooklyn nets they regained control of their ship in time and avoided continuing to extend a negative streak that threatened to penalize them excessively. Last night, they won in Colorado against the Denver Nuggets warriors and brave, with a final score of 125 to 119.
Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant they led the reaction of some Nets who waited until after the break to wake up and get fully into the game. Between them they scored 64 points, half of those achieved by his team, and ensured the victory.
After a losing streak of results in the last week, Brooklyn finally offered a good face, with Kyrie Irving in his most efficient version at the wheel. The point guard scored 31 points, making 11 of his 17 shots to the basket. He directed the game and laid the groundwork for Nash’s comeback.
Kyrie was joined by Kevin Durant with others 33 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists. KD’s sensational statistical line also translated into morale for the team, who took on the challenge of the comeback with strength after a weak first half.
The Nuggets led by 15 at halftime but loosened after passing through the locker room. Nikola Jokic ended up as the most outstanding of his, adding 29 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists, with Porter Jr. behind, contributing another 28 points.
Nor did it clash Facundo Campazzo, once again with great minutes due to the numerous casualties of his team. The Argentine got 19 points, distributed 5 assists and stole three balls. In addition, Facu scored the 8 free throws he threw.
However, the second part was a constant monologue from New Yorkers. The Nets drew their best guns, plugged in Blake Griffin and Jeff Green in the party and they got down to work. Griffin achieved one of his best performances with the team, adding 20 points and missing only two of his triples.
The final quarter of the last quarter, a 28-15 in favor of Brooklyn, did nothing more than confirm the change in trend in the game, with the Nuggets overcome emotionally and physically and with the Nets unleashed to victory.
The triumph allows them to maintain the second place in the EastEven if Milwaukee wins tonight. For the Nuggets, the opportunity to catch up with the Los Angeles Clippers and fight for third place in the West.