Houston Rockets, who defeated All-Star Carmel Anthony ten days before the match after ten games, defeated the Golden State Warriors 107-86, who lost the first goalkeeper Stephena Curry and DeMarcus Cousins. Denver lost Atlanta by 45 points, which is the fourth-highest victory of the team in Colorado.
The Texans led the first star James Hard In a repetition of the last year's end of the West, they lost a large part of the weakened Warriors squad without any major problems, which could not be helped by the first shot by DeMarcus Cousins and Stephen Curry.
Houston took all the spectators in front of their spectators and, at the end of the championship, gained 21 points. Harden contributed 27 points to the win, James Ennis added 19 of them, with the 20 best losers of Kevin Durant. Draymond Green, who was not the best of his last relationship with Durant, returned to the team after a suspension, but did not sign a point in 23 minutes, but entered five wizards and jumps.
In Houston, he thanked Carmelo Anthony for the game after ten games. "After several conversations and discussions, we decided to end our collaboration with Carmelo Anthony. We are working in this direction," said Daryl More, CEO of 34 years of age.
For the winners, who were not in favor of their wishes, this was the third consecutive victory, the seventh in 14 games, which is enough for the 12th place of the Western Conference, the top of which is Golden State.
Denver ended a negative series with a great style
Denver Nuggets After a good start to the season, four defeats were defeated, and the negative set ended with the team's fourth-highest victory against Atlanta. They won with 138: 93 and at half an hour scored 73 points.
With 25 points and nine jumps, Spaniard Juanito Hernangomez, 23, turned 23, Garry Harris and Paul Mislap added 18 points. The losers, Jeremy Lin detained in 16 points, Omari Spellman managed to double double (ten points and right so many jumps).
Denver is the third in the West and Atlanta after the sixth consecutive loss remains at the bottom of the East.
It was much more dramatic in California, where it even appeared in the extension, but in LA Clippers In the end, they kept up enough to beat San Antonio Spurs with 116: 111.