Murray’s triple-double-class performance beats San Antonio GSW

Murray’s triple-double-class performance beats San Antonio GSW

Murray’s triple-double-class performance beats San Antonio GSW for three consecutive wins.


San Antonio continued its winning streak, beating Golden State’s pursuit.

The San Antonio Spurs won 105-100 after a close game against the Golden State Warriors at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, on the 9th (Korea time).

Djonte Murray (27 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, 8 steals) made a triple double-class performance and hit a decisive three-point shot at the end of the fourth quarter. Derma DeRozan (21 points, 5 rebounds, 10 assists) and Jacob Puddle (14 points, 11 rebounds, 4 blocks) also made a double.

San Antonio, who was fifth in the Western Conference before the match, won three consecutive games. On the other hand, the Golden State lost two games in a row.

San Antonio’s start was not smooth. San Antonio briefly took the lead in the middle of the first quarter and later failed to block Stephen Curry, allowing a reversal. San Antonio gave Curry a buzzer-beater and finished the first quarter at 27-36.

San Antonio was dragged through the second quarter. San Antonio, who was lagging by 14 points at the beginning of the second quarter, tied the firepower of DeRozan and Murray in a chase, and briefly passed the flow as the firepower was dull again at the end of the second quarter. At the end of the second quarter, the score was 54-59.

San Antonio changed its mood in the third quarter. San Antonio, who saved the chase with a three-point shot by Drojan, then played a close game in which Murray continued to score and exchange reversals. San Antonio allowed Kelly Ubre Jr. to dunk and ended the third quarter with a 78-80 deficit, but it was a performance that was worth looking forward to in the fourth quarter.

In fact, San Antonio regained control in the early fourth quarter. San Antonio, which opened the fourth quarter with a three-point shot by Gay, also helped Patty Mills with a three-point shot. San Antonio continued its narrow lead afterwards. San Antonio ran away by four points at the end of the fourth quarter when Murray hit a bold three-point shot, but immediately gave Curry a three-point shot and was chased by one point again 토토추천

However, San Antonio was the one who had a strong background. San Antonio succeeded in both free throws that Drojan earned from foul operations 8.7 seconds before the end of the game, widening the gap to three points. San Antonio later blocked Golden State’s offensive for extra time through operational time, winning a close game.

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