Excellent Live News: News on February 9, , 5.6 seconds before the end, Chasing Dream Green made a super long shot
The three-pointer failed. In the end, the Warriors lost 100-105 to the Spurs in an away game. The Spurs ushered in a 2-game winning streak, and the Warriors suffered a 2-game losing streak.
In the first quarter, the game started. After each round of testing, Green hit an open three-pointer to win the Warriors line. Oubre made two free throws for a foul, and the Spurs returned a three-pointer. In the opening stalemate, the two teams were biting the score.
With Curry hitting a three-pointer, the game entered the first timeout of the game (13-11). After the game came back, Oubre converted a three-pointer and DeRozan broke through and scored two points. The Warriors maintained the lead during the attack.
DeRozan made two free throws for a foul, and Vassell also had a three-pointer. The Spurs evened the score.
Bazemore also assisted Green with two points, and Gay also made a three-pointer. It was too late and then it was too late. Curry also had a three-pointer from the outside when he received an assist from his teammates.
, With Curry’s ultra-long three-pointer at the buzzer, the first quarter ended and the Warriors led the Spurs 36-27.
In the second quarter, when the Spurs narrowed the point difference to 5 points, the Warriors immediately played a 9-0 spurt, rewriting the score to 45-31.
However, in the next 6 minutes, the Warriors’ offense suddenly stagnated and only scored 3 goals in the sports game. The Spurs took the opportunity to hit a 19-6 offensive climax and chase the score to 50-51.
At the critical moment, Ubre’s 2 1 helped the Warriors break the deadlock, and then hit a three-pointer from the outside. After the first half, the Warriors led 59-54.
Changing sides to fight again, the Warriors scored two points to get the first point of the two teams in the second half, DeRozan returned two points, and Curry made a three-pointer in the tug-of-war to help the Warriors continue to maintain the lead, while the Spurs relied on DeRozan’s support.
Three-pointers scored five points in a row to narrow the point difference to 1 point. As Poeltl received the ball and then helped the Spurs overtake, the Warriors called a timeout (64-65). After the game came back, the Spurs gradually took the initiative on the field and won
Leading, at this time Oubre completed a dunk across Poeltl, and in the second half of the quarter during the attack, the Spurs continued to maintain the lead. At this time, Curry accurately passed the ball from the backcourt and gave Bazemore two points
Scored, came back from a timeout at the end of this quarter, Vassell scored two points against Curry, and the Warriors scored four points in a row, and the two teams tied. Then Oubre found a chance to dunk again.
Moore missed a throw, and at the end of the third quarter, the Warriors led the Spurs 80-78.
In the final quarter, after a 15-3 spurt, the Spurs rewritten the score to 93-83.
Damion Lee’s three-pointer helped the Warriors stop the bleeding.
Curry, who had been silent all this time, also woke up immediately, scoring two consecutive goals to stop the Spurs.
At 2 minutes and 50 seconds, Murray’s three-pointer gave the Spurs a 5-point advantage.
Curry stood on the free throw line to help the Warriors narrow the point difference. In 37.8 seconds, Curry went to the basket to complete the attack, and the Warriors chased the score to 97-98.
After returning from the timeout, Murray scored a three-pointer and the Spurs regained their 4-point advantage.
This goal also annoyed Curry very much. In 9.2 seconds, Curry hit a key three-pointer with Lee’s assistance.
The Warriors immediately adopted foul tactics, DeRozan made 2 free throws, and the Spurs held a 3-point advantage.
After the game restarted, in 5.6 seconds, Chasing Dream failed to score a three-pointer, and then DeRozan made 2 free throws, and the game lost suspense.
In the end, the Warriors lost 100-105 to the Spurs.
Warriors vs Spurs full game replay
Warriors vs Spurs full game replay
The score and data of the two sides: Scores in a single quarter: 36-27, 23-27, 21-24, 20-27 (Warriors first) Warriors (12-12): Curry 32 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists, Oubre 24 points and 4
Rebounds, Green 7 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, Wiggins 11 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists, Anderson 8 points and 11 rebounds, Bazemore 6 points Spurs (14-10): Murray 27 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 8 steals,
DeRozan 21 points, 6 rebounds and 10 assists, Poeltl 14 points and 11 rebounds, Gay 11 points and 5 rebounds, Vassell 10 points, Johnson 9 points and 6 rebounds, Mills 9 points Both sides started: Warriors: Curry,
Oubre, Toscano-Anderson, Wiggins, Green Spurs: Murray, White, DeRozan, Kelton, Poeltl