‘Thompson 32-point bombing’ GSW without Curry-Green-Wiggins, come-from-behind victory over Minnesota￼
Golden State defeated Minnesota.
The Golden State Warriors won 109-104 in a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2022-2023 NBA regular season held at the San Francisco Chase Center on the 27th (hereinafter Korean time).
Golden State, which had been faltering since Stephen Curry’s injury, was on a two-game winning streak with the victory that day. Even Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins were absent, but Klay Thompson led the team to victory by driving 32 points, including six 3-pointers. Kevon Rooney scored 12 points and 17 rebounds, and Dante DiVincenzo scored 21 points.
Minnesota, without both Rudy Gobert and Karl-Anthony Towns, Naz Reed scored 30 points to fill the void between the two players, but unfortunately lost토토사이트. It was painful for Anthony Edwards to only score 12 points in the field hunting.
Early in the game, Minnesota was on the rise. Minnesota, which had a good flow from the start, beat Golden State with a lead scored from inside and outside. Jayden McDaniels and Nikhil Alexander-Walker’s outer guns exploded, widening the gap to 14 points. Golden State, which was being dragged, ended the first quarter with Thompson and Jamaikal Green responding, chasing 25-34.
The game changed in the second quarter. Golden State, who brought the atmosphere with DiVincenzo’s consecutive three-point shots, went out to support the outside to the pool. Minnesota also tried to keep the lead with Luca Garza struggling, but could not break Golden State’s pursuit. Golden State, which overturned the charter at the end of the quarter with Thompson’s consecutive goals, finished the second quarter with a score of 59-57.
However, Golden State’s momentum did not carry over in the third quarter. After regrouping, Minnesota struck again with the performance of Kyle Anderson and Reed. Golden State lost the firepower that burned in the second quarter and handed over the initiative to Minnesota. Golden State, trailing behind Alexander-Walker, finished the third quarter with a score of 78-87.
Golden State, which was in danger, saved their hopes of victory based on the outer guns at the beginning of the 4th quarter. Starting with Patrick Baldwin Jr., DiVincenzo and Thompson made three-point shots. Minnesota struggled on offense and lost the lead to Golden State.
Golden State came close to winning by tying Minnesota scoreless for a long time in the match. In the attack, Thompson and DiVincenzo alternately operated the outer guns, creating excitement.
However, Golden State did not easily secure a victory. Minnesota gained strength with Edwards, who had been sluggish throughout the game, belatedly hitting a 3-point shot. Golden State’s consecutive turnovers followed, and the game was fluctuating.
Golden State, which had been shaken, sighed as Jordan McLaughlin’s 3-point shot, aiming for a tie, turned away from the rim. After successful free throws obtained through foul operations, Golden State succeeded in winning two consecutive victories.