Oklahoma City in the NBA defeated San Antonio, Tailor took six seconds


Updates: 08.11.2021 08:29

New York – Oklahoma City basketball players won their third NBA victory of the season when they defeated San Antonio 99:94 on the home deck. The Czech representative Vít Krejčí also jumped into the match, who at the end of the third part scored his third start in the elite competition. He played less than six seconds and managed to claim one defensive rebound after the unsuccessful attack of Keldon Johnson.

Tailor was called to the first Thunder team along with Isaiah Roby and Tre Mann just hours after completing the Blue Reserve in the G-League. For her, he contributed nine points, six rebounds, seven assists and four profits to the 114: 81 victory against Salt Lake City when he played over 26 minutes. Against Spurs, however, he mostly watched from the bench as the opponent gained a fourteen-point lead in the first quarter and still led by ten points at half-time.

In the third part, however, Oklahoma took over, dominating this quarter clearly 34:14 and thanks to the fact that she kept the guests during the match on a twenty percent success rate of shooting threes, in the end she reversed the duel. “When we found out how we have to play, we adapted quickly,” said home coach Mark Daigneault, who lost at least 16 points in every win this year.

The Thunder was scored by substitute Mike Muscala, who improved his personal maximum this year by 20 points, although he played only 14 minutes. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander added 14 points, eight rebounds and nine assists. The Spurs relied mainly on Keldon Johnson with 22 points.

Defending champion Milwaukee, who has suffered her sixth defeat in ten games, continues to suffer 94: 101 in Washington. The Bucks could not shoot the whole match, succeeding in only 39 percent of attempts from the field. In addition, they dropped eight free throws from the 18th Milwaukee, which they will visit today in honor of winning the White House title, bothered mainly by Bradley Beal, the author of 30 points and eight assists. Kyle Kuzma added 15 points and 10 bouncing balls.

“It’s like winning a playoff game,” said Beala, whose team improved their balance to 7-3 and is fourth in the Eastern Conference.

The eighth win from nine matches was celebrated by Golden State basketball players, who lost one of the worst teams in the Houston League 120: 107. The Warriors decided the triumph in the third part, already dominating by 12 points and overall lead to 20. Jordan Poole gave 25 points and Stephen Curry 20, a total of 15 out of 29 attempts. The Rockets, who are last in the NBA with a 1-9 record along with New Orleans’ Tomas Satoransky, had 21 losses and lost 14:36 ​​to counterattack points. They could only enjoy the performance of Jae’Sean Tate, who scored 21 points in 33 minutes and jumped 10 balls. Houston dropped 12 free throws.

At 7-3, one of the favorites for the Brooklyn title improved his balance, beating Toronto 116: 103 mainly thanks to the third quarter, which he already controlled 35:17. The Nets relied on Kevin Durant, who scored 31 points in his first game in Toronto since the final in 2019 and after seven rebounds and assists. Hit 11 out of 18 shots. He was seconded by James Harden with 28 points, 10 bouncing balls and eight final passports – he hid 16 points for the final part of the match. The Raptors, who were extremely successful at shooting threes with a success rate of 23 percent, were pulled by Fred VanVleet with 21 points and eight assists.

Results of Sunday’s NBA matches:

Golden State – Houston 120: 107, LA Clippers – Charlotte 120: 106, New York – Cleveland 109: 126, Oklahoma City – San Antonio 99:94 (for home Tailor 1 rebound), Orlando – Utah 107: 100, Sacramento – Indiana 91:94, Toronto – Brooklyn 103: 116, Washington – Milwaukee 101: 94.

Table:

Eastern Conference,

Atlantic Division:

1. Philadelphia 10 8 2 80,0
2. Brooklyn 10 7 3 70,0
3. New York 10 6 4 60,0
4. Toronto 11 6 5 54,5
5. Boston 10 4 6 40,0

Central Division:

1. Chicago 9 6 3 66,7
2. Cleveland 11 7 4 63,6
3. Milwaukee 10 4 6 40,0
4. Indiana 11 4 7 36,4
5. Detroit 9 1 8 11,1

Southeast Division:

1. Miami 9 7 2 77,8
2. Washington 10 7 3 70,0
3. Charlotte 11 5 6 45,5
4. Atlanta 10 4 6 40,0
5. Orlando 11 3 8 27,3

Western Conference,

Southwest Division:

1. Dallas 9 6 3 66,7
2. Memphis 9 5 4 55,6
3. San antonio 10 3 7 30,0
4. Houston 10 1 9 10,0
5. New Orleans 10 1 9 10,0

Northwest Division:

1. Utah 10 7 3 70,0
2. Denver 9 5 4 55,6
3. Portland 10 5 5 50,0
4. Minnesota 8 3 5 37,5
5. Oklahoma City 9 3 6 33,3

Pacific Division:

1. Golden State 9 8 1 88,9
2. Phoenix 8 5 3 62,5
3. LA Clippers 9 5 4 55,6
4. Sacramento 10 5 5 50,0
5. LA Lakers 10 5 5 50,0


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