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‘Irving 38 points’ Brooklyn wins come-from-behind Golden State

The Brooklyn Nets produced a thrilling come-from-behind victory over the Golden State Warriors.

Brooklyn won 120-116 in the 2022-2023 NBA regular league away game against Golden State held at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California on the 23rd.

Kevin Durant, the main gun, was also absent that day due to a knee injury, but Kyrie Irving made a big success with 38 points and Nick Claxton with 24 points and 15 rebounds, leading Brooklyn to victory. Golden State lost even though Stephen Curry struggled with 26 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists, and the win rate collapsed again with 23 wins and 24 losses.

Golden State, which led the game by widening the gap by 17 points at one point in the second quarter, finished the first half 72-60. However, from the third quarter, Brooklyn counterattacked. Brooklyn took an 84-80 lead after a mid-quarter turnaround with Claxton’s layup. Golden State regained the lead with Curry’s free throw and Jonathan Cuminga’s consecutive goals, entering the fourth quarter with only a 4-point lead, 90-86.

Golden State, which was in a chased position, ran away again thanks to the scoring of Jordan Poole, Draymond Green, and Cuminga. In the middle of the quarter, Klay Thompson’s pull-up jumper made it 106-93. However, Brooklyn’s back mind was also not easy. Irving and Claxton scored, and 1 minute and 52 seconds before the end of the game, Joe Harris hit a 3-pointer to balance the score at 112-112. After a seesaw game unfolded,안전놀이터 Brooklyn took the win with Royce O’Neill’s 3-pointer, making it 118-116.

On the same day, the Denver Nuggets (33-14), ranked 1st in the West, lost 99-101 to the 11th-ranked Oklahoma City Thunder (23-24), ending their 9-game winning streak. Oklahoma City won the victory with a bank shot by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (34 points) 9.2 seconds before the end of the game against 99-99. The Los Angeles Lakers trailed 46-71 in the first half, but took a come-from-behind victory 121-112 with a great fight in the second half. LeBron James led the victory with 37 points and 11 rebounds, and Thomas Bryant with 31 points and 14 rebounds.

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