19 points behind GSW to stop the Lakers from winning 6 games in a row.
Golden State, which had a persistent chase, eventually succeeded in hunting for big fish. He put the brakes on the Lakers’ rise 토토사이트
The Golden State Warriors won a 115-113 come-from-behind victory in the 2020-2021 NBA (U.S. Basketball) regular league match against the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center in California on the 19th (Korea time). While the Golden State escaped from two consecutive losses, the Lakers, the No. 1 Western Conference, ended their five-game winning streak.
Stephen Curry (26 points, 3 points, 3 three points, 7 assists) led the team’s offense, and Kelly Ubre Jr. (23 points, 4 rebounds, 2 blocks) also steadily scored.
The start of the Golden State was not smooth. Golden State, which started the first quarter with five consecutive runs, struggled with Anthony Davis’ under-the-goal grip. At one point in the first quarter, the gap widened to 19 points.
Even in the second quarter, which was 22-34, the Golden State rarely changed its mood. Eric Pascal struggled, but Curry only scored two points in the second quarter, failing to find a significant breakthrough. At the end of the second quarter, the score was 48-64.
The third quarter was similar. The Golden State struggled for a moment when Andrew Wiggins scored three-point shots in a row, failing to block Dennis Schroeder and LeBron James. The Golden State finished the third quarter 81-92, with Curry making a mistake at the end of the third quarter.
However, it was the Golden State who had a strong backing. Golden State, which had a full-fledged chase with a quick airlift transition, turned the tide thanks to Curry’s free throw at the end of the fourth quarter and Dramond Green’s score under the goal. The Golden State team widened the gap to five points with Curry scoring a surprise three-point shot more than a minute before the end of the game, which was chased by two points. The Golden State team then beat the Lakers to a big victory.