‘Worst humiliation’ San Antonio defeated GSW by 31 points ahead of the largest crowd in NBA history

The Golden State Warriors (GSW) defeated the San Antonio Spurs in a game with the largest number of spectators in the NBA regular season.

Golden State won 144-113 in the 2022-2023 NBA regular league away game against San Antonio held at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, Texas on the 14th 슬롯사이트.

The game was held on the old home court, not the AT&T Center, in commemoration of San Antonio’s 50th anniversary, and 68,323 people, the largest number of spectators in an NBA regular league game ever, entered.

This is a new record that surpassed the number of spectators who attended the Chicago Bulls-Atlanta Hawks match held at the Georgia Dome in March 1998, 62,046.

However, San Antonio could not win the home fans who filled the stadium.

Golden State, with Jordan Pool (25 points, 6 assists) and Donte Divincenzo (22 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists), etc., took the victory by 31 points.

Golden State, who led 74-60 in the first half, continued to dominate in the second half.

At the beginning of the third quarter, San Antonio trailed 72-78 with Keldon Johnson’s three-point shot, but Golden State quickly ran away with Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, and Stephen Curry’s consecutive outsiders.

Golden State recorded 8 3-point shots in the 3rd quarter and completely escaped the pursuit with a score of 114-89.

Golden State, who had already won the game, took Thompson and Curry to the bench in the fourth quarter, widening the gap to 39 points in the second half of the quarter and winning comfortably.

In San Antonio, Tre Jones scored 21 points and Johnson scored 17 points, but it was not enough.

Golden State, which had lost 3 consecutive losses, recovered its winning rate to 50% and rose to 6th place in the Western Conference (21-21), while San Antonio, which suffered 4 consecutive losses, finished 14th in the West (13-30).

The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 115-103 and kept first place in the West with a five-game winning streak.

Denver, with a record of 29-13, beat the second-place Memphis Grizzlies (28-13) by 0.5 games, and the Clippers were in 7th place (22-22).

In Denver, “main gun” Nikola Jokic was sidelined due to a wrist injury, but Jeoma Head scored 24 points and 8 rebounds, and Michael Porter Jr. scored 22 points. New Orleans 116-110 Detroit Atlanta 113-111 Indiana New York

112-108 Washington Golden State 144-113 San Antonio Oklahoma City 124-110 Chicago Minnesota 121-116 Phoenix Utah 112-108 Orlando Denver 115-103 Los Angeles Clippers Sacramento 139-114 Houston

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