Durant Irving 48-point joint game against GSW in the opening game of the Brooklyn NBA.
The Brooklyn Nets, led by Kevin Durant and Kai Lee Irving, defeated the Golden State Warriors in the opening game of the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the 2020-2021 season.
Brooklyn defeated Golden State 125-99 in the home game of the opening game of the 2020-2021 NBA at Barclays Center in New York on the 23rd (Korea time).
With Durant and Irving in the run-up to last season, but unable to play a game due to Durant’s injury, Brooklyn finally won the first game of the new season, showing off its formidable performance.
Brooklyn coach Steve Nash, who was named the MVP in 2005 and 2006, made his NBA head coach debut with a complete victory.
Golden State, which had been in the championship series for five consecutive years until the 2018-2019 season but fell to the bottom of the Western Conference last season, took a heavy first step with a rout.
Twenty-two seconds after the start of the game, Golden State scored the opening goal with Stephen Curry’s free throw, but Brooklyn beat Durant’s three-run and jump shot 7-4 before hitting it with a frightening momentum 토토사이트
Seven minutes and twenty seconds before the end of the first quarter, Durant’s dunk was 18-8 and Irving’s three-point shot two minutes and 29 seconds before the end of the first quarter widened to 36-17.
In the first half alone, Irving scored 24 points and Durant scored 12 points, leading Brooklyn 63-45.
Even in the second half, the Golden State struggled with the opponent’s solid defense and rarely found a breakthrough, and with 7 minutes and 22 seconds left in the third quarter, Brooklyn ran more than 80-49 points and predicted an early victory.
In the fourth quarter, where a large number of main players from two teams, Durant and Irving, were missing, Brooklyn defended the lead by around 30 points.
Irving scored 26 points, the most by both teams, including four three-point shots, and Durant raised 22 points and 5 rebounds in his first regular league game in a Brooklyn uniform, looking overshadowed by the injury gap.
At Golden State, Curry struggled with 20 points and 10 assists.
Center James Wiseman, who was named second in the rookie draft last month, scored 19 points and six rebounds in his debut.