Golden State Warriors failed to show the best action when entertaining the Phoenix Suns in the NBA basketball competition continued. Not only lost, but the Warriors must also accept the bitter reality after one of the stars, Stephen Curry broke his leg.
Shown at home opponents, Oakland Arena, Thursday (10/31/2019), Suns players are very confident. That can be seen from the achievement of the numbers in the first quarter which won with a score of 43-14. Although the Warriors were chased in the second quarter, the Suns returned in the third quarter.
Well, in the third quarter experienced unlucky Curry, precisely in the middle of the third quarter at 83-54 for the Suns. Curry failed to lay up after his body crashed into Aron Baynes and fell incorrectly.
The success of the Suns uprooted Warriors was not separated from the contribution of Devin Booker who scored the most numbers. He gained 31 points plus 5 assistants. Another highest number was made by Aron Baynes with 24 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists.
While from the stronghold of the Warriors, the highest number was made by Eric Paschall with 20 points. Glen Robinson III added 17 points and D’Angelo Russell made 15 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists. The Willie Cauley-Stein packed 12 points and 5 rebounds.
Complete NBA results on Thursday (10/31/2019):
Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns 110-121
Sacramento Kings vs Charlotte Bobcats 111-118
Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Clippers 110-96
Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Portland Trail Blazers 99-102
Washington Wizards vs. Houston Rockets 158-159
Boston Celtics vs. Milwaukee Bucks 116-105
Brooklyn Nets vs. Indiana Pacers 108-118
Toronto Raptors vs. Detroit Pistons 125-113
Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Chicago Bulls 117-111
Orlando Magic vs. New York Knicks 95-83
Philadelphia 76ers vs Minnesota Timberwolves 117-95
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