NBA: Jeremy Sochan’s six points in Spurs’ loss.  The Bucks are still undefeated

NBA: Jeremy Sochan’s six points in Spurs’ loss. The Bucks are still undefeated

It was the second game for Sochan after returning to the game after missing one match due to illness. Three days ago, he played only 10 minutes in the first half, scored two points, and the Spurs lost at home to the Toronto Raptors by 100: 143, the biggest difference of the season.

On Friday, the 19-year-old played 22 minutes, scored six points (all after halftime), hit three-of-four two-point shots and missed four-for-three attempts. He also had two rebounds and assists in a loss.

The powerful Polish winger started the game in the top five, along with Austrian center Jakob Poell, wing Keldon Johnson and quarterback Tre Jones. From the starting line-up with which the team started the first games of the season, it was no longer able to recover from the injured striker Devin Vassell.

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He started the game off the bench and became the team’s leading scorer, scoring a career-high 29 points. Coach Gregg Popovich thought he would only play 25 minutes in the game. When he was on the field at 8:52 before the end of the fourth quarter, the team was winning 94:91. In addition to Vassell, Jones – 18 and Johnson – 16 scored the most points for “Ostróg”.

The Clippers, who lost by 10 points in the third quarter, got their third consecutive win this season in the last round, which they won 31:20. The leader of the guest team was Paul George – 32 points and seven assists. Croatian center Ivica Zubac added 17 points and 15 rebounds and John Wall coming off the bench – 15 points. In the sixth game in a row, the team from coach Tyronn Lue missed the leading player, the former player of the Spurs, Kawhi Leonard, who is undergoing rehabilitation after knee surgery.

The Clippers and Spurs currently have the same record – five wins and four losses each. They are eighth and ninth in the Western Conference.

Eastern and league leaders are not slowing down. The Milwaukee Bucks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 115: 102 on the road. The eighth consecutive victory means “Kozłów” the best balance at the beginning of the competition in the history of the club. Greek star guest Giannis Antetokounmpo showed a triple-double with 26 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists, while Jrue Holiday added 29 points. The leaders of the “Forest Wolves” were Anthony Edwards – 24 points and Karl-Anthony Towns – 22, 11 rebounds and five assists.

The fifth consecutive defeat faced the defending champions, and destroyed the Golden State Warriors, losing to the New Orleans Pelicans 105:114. “Warriors” performed without Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Canadian Andrew Wiggins. Brandon Ingram scored the most points for the winners – 26, and Jordan Poole – 20 for the losers.

After the departure of coach Steve Nash, the Brooklyn Nets basketball players can enjoy their first victory, which defeated the Wizards team in Washington 128: 86. Kevin Durant from the city led the guests to success, with 28 points, assists 11 and nine rebounds. The New Yorkers got away without Kyrie Irving being suspended for posting anti-Semitic content on social media. Nike was also affected by his attitude, breaking ties with the NBA star. The company has announced that it will not launch a new line of “Kyrie 8” shoes.

The Dallas Mavericks picked up their lowest-ever one-point win on Friday, beating the Toronto Raptors 111-110 at home. The 35-point scorer of Slovenian Luka Doncic, who scored 30 or more points in each of the first eight games of the season, has entered the history of the league. Previously, only the legendary Wilt Chamberlain did this in the 1959/60 (eight matches) and 1962/63 (23) seasons.


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