【Guide】January 20, , the Warriors beat the Nuggets 122-79 at home today, achieving two consecutive victories
At the same time, they won 16 consecutive victories at home, while the Nuggets suffered a three-game losing streak.
Curry scored 20 points and 8 assists, Thompson scored 22 points, new aid James Michael McAdoo scored 11 points and 5 rebounds in 13 minutes, Livingston scored 12 points on all 6 shots, and Barbosa scored 12 points.
For the Nuggets, Ty Lawson had 19 points and 6 assists, Nelson had 14 points, Faried had 7 points and 9 rebounds.
Warriors beat Nuggets 122-79
Wilson Chandler scored a three-pointer to open the scoring. After the Warriors hit the iron one after another, Curry responded with a three-pointer. Bogut and Thompson blossomed inside and outside. The Warriors extended the score to 16-7.
The Nuggets’ offensive efficiency was not high. After the Warriors replaced the bench lineup, Speights scored 5 points with consecutive shots and penalties. At the end of the first quarter, the Warriors led 25-15.
In the second quarter, Nelson hit a three-pointer to narrow the point difference, but Justin Holiday scored two three-pointers in a row. The Warriors blasted a 15-0 attack wave to widen the point difference to 22 points, 40-18.
Lawson used a breakthrough to recover 2 points, but the Warriors’ offense has been fully opened, and the point difference is getting bigger and bigger. The Warriors led 30-13 in a single quarter. After halftime, the Warriors led 55-28 by as many as 27 points.
After changing sides, the Warriors played an 8-2 start to expand the point difference to more than 30 points. Then the Nuggets counterattacked aggressively. The offensive end was improved, but it was difficult to resist the Warriors defensively. At the end of the third quarter, the Nuggets still won 60-89
In the fourth quarter, the two sides sent a substitute lineup early to fight. McAdoo, who was just signed by the Warriors with a ten-day short contract, also performed well. In the end, the Warriors beat the Nuggets 122-79.
Both starting lineups
Nuggets: Ty Lawson, Afflalo, Wilson Chandler, Faried, Nurkic
Warriors: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harris Barnes, Draymond Green, Bogut