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In front of a record audience of 62,046 spectators: Golden State crushes San Antonio - voila! sport


The champion did not consider the Spurs' 50th celebrations and celebrated with a crushing 113:144. Sinking Phoenix also lost in Minnesota, Denver won without Jokic

Nine NBA games were played tonight (between Friday and Saturday), including Washington's meeting with New York.

Tonight's games:

Washington (25:18) - New York (19:24) 112:108

Detroit (34:12) - New Orleans (17:26) 116:110

Indiana (20:23) - Atlanta (22:20) 113:111

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

Chicago (24:19) - Oklahoma City (23:120) 124:110

Minnesota (22:221) - Phoenix (23:21) ) 116:121

Utah (23:22) - Orlando (27:16) 108:112


Clippers (212:22) - Denver (13:29)

Sacramento (18:22) - Houston (31:10)

New audience record.

San Antonio fans (Photo: Reuters)

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

historic victory for Golden State and not because of the result but because of the fact that no less than 68,323 spectators filled the hall of San Antonio and broke a new record for the audience in the NBA when the previous record was Belongs to Michael Jordan's Chicago that brought 62,046 spectators to a home game against Atlanta in March 1998. On the floor, this crowd inspired the champion, who spoiled the celebration of the hosts and cruised to an easy victory with a blitz in the opening game in a game in which Steph Curry and Klay Thompson received many minutes of rest And we cleared the stage for Jordan Paul who starred with 25 points and Donte DiVincenzo who added 22. The Spurs marked 50 years of the club with a special game in the legendary "Alamodome" and not in their usual hall, the AT&T Center, but professionally they don't have much to sell this year .

Steph (15) and Clay (15) played only 23 minutes in a game that was already decided in the second quarter.

Trey Jones led the way with 21 but it was far from enough.

Minnesota (22:221) - Phoenix (23:21) 116:121

Anthony Edwards was hot with 31 points, DeAngelo Russell added 17 and Minnesota beat short and injured Phoenix despite a comeback attempt in the last quarter.

Injured Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Cameron Johnson, Cameron Payne and Andre Shamet sat out and watched Damion Lee score a career-high 31 points for Phoenix.

Michael Bridges added 24 but the two did not prevent an eighth loss in nine games from Phoenix, which started the season well but has collapsed since Booker and Paul were injured.

Didn't consider the San Antonio crowd.

Steph Curry (Photo: Reuters)

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