The last day of NBA friendlies before the start of the competition this Thursday ended with great performances by Ricky Rubio and Luka Doncic, who led their respective teams to victory. Additionally, the Memphis Grizzlies, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets won their games.
07/29/2020 at 10:57
The Suns of Ricky Rubio outnumbered the Raptors from Marc Gasol, the current champions, by 117-106. The base of El Masnou was the best, ending with 22 + 4 + 4, with 4 steals. He was accompanied by a Mikal Bridges he scored 26 points. Siakam, with 17, the best of the Canadians, who had 5 + 9 of Marc Gasol and 8 + 9 of Serge Ibaka.
Another old acquaintance of the Endesa League, the former madridista Luka Doncic He also shone in his own light in the triumph of his team in overtime (115-118) against Philadelkphia. Doncic (23 points) was, once again, the top scorer of his team. In the Sixers, Tobias Harris He was the best with 28 points and 11 rebounds.
In other duels of the day, a good game for the Grizzlies, who beat Miami (110-128) with 22 points and 12 assists Ja Morant which is ‘on fire’. Also, Dillon Brooks he went to 23 points and Jonas Valanciunas contributed 15 points and 15 rebounds. Jimmy Butler, with 18 goals, the best of his own.
The Spurs also had an outstanding staging in their victory over Indiana (111-118) with 17 points from DeMar DeRozan and 21 by Keldon Johnson. In the Pacers, they continue to play without the injured Domantas Sabonishighlighted Myles Turner (17 + 10).
The Houston Rockets demonstrated offensive power and went over the Boston Celtics (137-112). James HardenOf course, he did what he wanted (35 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists) against some Celtics whose technician, Brad Stevens, preferred to give rest to key players in the rotation.
Finally say that Darius Bazley He scored 20 points and as many as seven Thunder players topped a dozen to beat the Blazers (120-131). Oklahoma played without Chris Paul the game, but that did not prevent them from taking the victory against an opponent who had Anfernee Simons (23) as most prominent player.