Outstanding wide in the last three quarters, the Golden State Warriors easily beat the Memphis Grizzlies and advance again in the Western Conference semi-finals.
In the first game in San Francisco in the series, The Golden State Warriors put himself in front of Memphis Grizzlies In the semi-finals of the Western Conference NBA. California team won 142 to 112made the biggest singles game difference in the series to date, going 2-1 in the fight for a place in the Western Final.
The match wasn’t particularly balanced after the first quarter. The Warriors won the second and third installment with a combined score of 75-52 and reached the decisive quarter with a comfortable 21-point win, 101-80.
Stephen Curry He was the Warriors’ top scorer in the match, with 30 points plus 6 assists and 2 rebounds. Adding 21 points to Clay Thompson, you Splash Brothers scored 51 points. Jordan Paul came off the bench and also contributed 27 points in 31 minutes.
With Golden State leading 2-1, the teams return to the field afterwards Monday (9) 23:00 (Brazilian time), back at the Chase Center. Game five of the series will be Wednesday (11) in Memphis.
In addition to the defeat, the Grizzlies fan saw a disturbing scene in the final quarter. Main team player Point guard Ja Morant walked off the field six minutes before play on the left, was treated off the bench and then went into the locker room.. At this point, the Warriors’ victory was in full swing and the reserve was in the field.
The round against the Grizzlies earned the Warriors the . team Second highest scoring qualifier in franchise history. The 142 points scored by Golden State are second only to Victory over St. Lewis Hawks 1967 for 143 A 136. At the time, the team was the San Francisco Warriors.
throw the night
Although the Grizzlies were defeated and injured, Ja Morant shone in the basket of the night. With two seconds left in the second quarter, I fired the base from midfield and scored the three points in a clockwork blast. Morant was the game’s top scorer with 34 points.
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