Brooklyn Nets triumph over San Antonio Spurs 102-117

Brooklyn Nets won the victory against San Antonio Spurs away from home by 102-117 in a new day of the NBA. The locals come from getting the victory at home against Oklahoma City Thunder by 118-96, while the visitors also got the away victory against Washington Wizards by 118-119, achieving a total of four victories in their last five meetings. With this result, Brooklyn Nets which would allow him to qualify for the Play-offs with 29 wins in 45 games played. For its part, San Antonio Spurs, after the game, would stay out of the Play-off positions for the moment with 17 wins in 46 games played.

The first quarter was characterized by different changes of leader in the scoreboard, in fact, the visitors got a 12-2 run during the quarter and finished with a 26-24. After this, in the second quarter there were again several movements in the scoreboard and the quarter ended with a partial result of 25-26. After this, the players accumulated a total of 51-50 points before the break.

During the third quarter, there were again several changes of leader in the scoreboard, which concluded with a partial result of 23-29 (and a global 74-79). Finally, during the last quarter, the visiting team players increased their difference, leading by 17 points (100-117) and the quarter ended with a partial result of 28-38, thus ending the duel with a final result of 102-117 in favor of the visiting team.

In addition, the players Brooklyn Nets who stood out the most in the confrontation were James Harden Y Kyrie Irving, who got 37 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds and 24 points, four assists and three rebounds respectively. For their part, the local team highlighted Dejounte Murray Y Jakob Poeltl for his interventions during the match, with 25 points, 10 assists and 12 rebounds and 15 points, one assist and 11 rebounds respectively.

The next shock San Antonio Spurs will be against Philadelphia 76ers at At&T Center, while in the next match, Brooklyn Nets will face Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center.



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