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68,323: Golden State celebrated in front of a record crowd in San Antonio | Israel today


You read that right, a record of nearly 70,000 spectators was set tonight in the NBA, in a game in which the champion beat the host 113:144 • Phoenix continues to lose, this time 121:116 to Minnesota

San Antonio (30:13) - Golden State (21:21) 144:113.

The NBA likes to dedicate numbers, especially those that break records, team, individual or of the entire league.

Sometimes they are more important than the game itself.

Tonight (Saturday), the best league in the world enjoyed a new record, when the Spurs hosted the Warriors in front of no less than 68,323 spectators, leaving far behind the previous record: 62,046 spectators, set in March 1998 by the Chicago Bulls (hosting the Indiana Pacers).

The peak moment came as part of San Antonio's 50th celebrations, but the visiting champion was not interested and she crushed the host by 31 points, in a game that seemed over even before halftime.

Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, who were rested for most of the game's minutes, led Golden State with 15 points each, while Trey Jones' 21 points didn't really help the Spurs.

Jones (right) and Kerry.

The game was decided early, photo: USA TODAY Sports

Minnesota (22:21) - Phoenix (23:21) 116:121. 

What else can be said about the fall of the injured Suns, who tonight suffered an eighth loss in their last nine games.

It is clear to everyone that the injuries to Devin Booker and Chris Paul turned Phoenix from a team that ran hard to one that is completely dependent on the ability of its opponent, of course that on the side of the two stars more and more players are disabled.

Even Damion Lee's career record of 31 points could not help her against the Timberwolves, who received the same number of points from Anthony Edwards.

Edwards is ahead of Craig.

Phoenix had no chance, photo: AFP

LA Clippers (22:22) - Denver (13:29) 115:103.

In a sign of missing stars, the Nuggets came to the game with the Clippers more organized and marked another W in their successful season.

Denver did great even without their superstar Nikola Jokic, who was injured shortly before the game.

Jamal Murray scored 24 points, Michael Porter Jr. added 22 points, and together with 24 team assists closed the story in favor of the Nuggets.

On the losing side, which was missing Paul George, Marcus Morris led with 16 points, but felt quite alone in the campaign against team Denver.

Other results:

Indiana - Atlanta 113:111, Utah - Orlando 108:112, Detroit - New Orleans 116:110, Chicago - Oklahoma City 124:110, Sacramento - Houston 134:119.

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Source: israelhayom

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