Excellent live news: on February 10th, the 2020-21 season NBA regular season continues, the San Antonio Spurs are in the
Host the Golden State Warriors.
In the end, the Warriors beat the Spurs 114-91.
In the first quarter, after getting the ball, Kelton Johnson went straight to the basket to reflect the Spurs’ tactical intentions. After that, Murray scored the first score of both sides with a mid-range shot.
Then Wiggins made a kill and made 2 free throws in response. Curry also hit the inside and made 1 of 2 free throws to continue to increase points for the Warriors.
Not to be outdone, DeRozan and Murray made mid-range shots successively, while Curry showed off his housekeeping skills to tie the game with three points.
DeRozan and Oubre each broke through with the ball and scored for the team, the two sides 8-8.
After that, the Spurs counterattacked twice and scored.
12-8 into the official timeout.
After the timeout, the Warriors missed two excellent opportunities to increase points. In turn, Johnson scored 4 points with a penalty and the Spurs further expanded the score.
Anderson and Green scored 5 points together, finally breaking the Warriors’ scoring drought.
Facing the Warriors’ zone defense, the Spurs punished the Warriors with Mills’ three-pointer.
After that, the two sides scored one after another, and the points were staggered.
Curry made 3 breakthroughs and scored 6 points in a row to narrow the point difference to 1 point.
Damian Lee’s three-pointer finally overtook the score for the Warriors.
At the end of the quarter, Mills and Curry still scored breakthroughs, and the two sides ended the first quarter 28-26.
In the second quarter, the two teams scored points by killing insiders. Afterwards, although the Spurs struggled to chase points, Damien Lee suddenly found his hand and hit three-pointers one after another, helping the Warriors maintain their lead and gradually expand their lead.
By the middle of this section, both teams stagnated on the offensive end.
After that, after Gay hit a three-pointer, Lyles made a strong attack and helped the Spurs directly overtake the score.
After that, the two teams returned to the tug-of-war stage and exchanged leads many times.
At the end of this section, the two teams tied at 50.
After changing sides, Curry kicked off with a three-point foul and made three free throws. Spurs rookie Vassell immediately responded with a three-pointer.
Johnson hit the inside and made a foul, but Green immediately used this steal to quickly counterattack and score.
After that, Murray pierced Curry behind his back with a sudden point, but Curry defended him this round. Turning around and coming back, Curry immediately punished the Spurs with 3 points.
The Spurs scored hard with Murray’s mid-range shot, while the Warriors scored from Wiggins and Oubre’s counterattack.
The Warriors easily broke through and scored 2 points with Curry’s big fight against Boltel. The 65-55 point difference between the two sides came to 10 points.
Afterwards, Green easily scored another 2 points in the counterattack, and the Warriors hit a 17-5 attack wave in the opening 5 minutes to stop the Spurs.
After returning from the timeout, under the leadership of Curry, he made two consecutive three-point opportunities with sudden shots, and the 73-55 point difference came to 18 points in an instant.
The Spurs’ successive mistakes gave the Warriors a chance to further open up. Curry hit a three-pointer at the buzzer against Gay, and the point difference widened to 21 points.
Finally, the Spurs broke the scoring shortage under Johnson’s 2 1.
Even though Gay and Lyles scored consecutively, Bazemore and Curry scored 7 points in a row, and the point difference returned to 20 points.
Afterwards, the Warriors became slack, and Coach Kerr immediately called a timeout to give some instructions.
Gay and Mills scored at the last moment to save hope for the Spurs to reverse, and the two sides ended the first three quarters 86-70.
In the final quarter, the Spurs tried to chase points but could not stop their opponents, resulting in a high point difference. As the point difference reached more than 20 points again, the two sides also directly withdrew their main players.
In the end, the Warriors beat the Spurs to end their 2-game losing streak.
Warriors vs Spurs full game replay
Warriors vs Spurs full game replay
Scores and statistics of both sides: Scores in a single quarter: 28-26, 22-24, 36-20, 28-21 (Warriors in front) Warriors (13-12): Curry 32 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists, Pascal 15 points
6 rebounds and 2 assists, Wiggins 14 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals, Oubre 12 points and 10 rebounds, Anderson 11 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists, Lee 11 points and 4 rebounds, Bazemore 10 points and 4 rebounds, Green 6 points and 11 assists
7 rebounds, Wanamaker 3 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 2 steals Spurs (14-11): Gay 17 points and 6 rebounds, Lyles 15 points and 6 rebounds, Mills 13 points and 2 assists, Kelden Johnson 13
Points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists, DeRozan 12 points, 6 assists and 3 rebounds, Murray 8 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists, Vassell 6 points and 6 rebounds, Poeltl 4 points, 5 rebounds and 2 blocks, Eubanks 3 points
5 rebounds Both sides start: Warriors: Curry, Oubre, Wiggins, Anderson, Green Spurs: DeRozan, Murray, Vassell, Kelden Johnson, Poeltl