San Francisco – Stephen Curry With 29.9 seconds remaining in Wednesday night’s game, he dropped almost the entire Denver Nuggets team before putting in the right teardrop-set to lift the Warriors by five points. He then looked at the crowd, clasped his hands under one side of his head, and signaled to the nails that it was time to go to sleep.
Carrie’s bucket ended the Nuggets season, knocking the Golden State’s ticket to the Western Conference semifinals to lead the Warriors to a 102-98 victory. The Warriors are advancing to face the winner of the Timberwolves-Grislice series, with Game 1 taking place soon on Sunday. Memphis have a 3-2 lead over Minnesota in Game 6 on Friday night.
For the first 30 minutes of Wednesday night against the Nuggets, the Warriors were found lifeless, with the Chase Center almost dead. Uncertainty and nervous energy were evident.
At 6:20 in the third quarter, Tremond Green He hit a 26-foot 3-pointer and brought the Warriors into six yokes. This gave them their initial impetus to breathe life back into themselves and the building. They actually came to life in the fourth quarter.
The Warriors finally found an attacking rhythm, while slowing down the Nuggets at the other end. Nicola Jogic Stuck in trouble – he picked up his fifth individual in the seconds leading up to the quarterfinals – to help the Warriors.
He led the Carrie Warriors with 30 points in 10-off-22 shooting, including five 3-points in 38 minutes.
Game 5 was Carrie’s first start of the season, and featured their new lethal mini-ball line of Charcoal in the Warriors’ opening division. Clay Thompson, Jordan Pool, Andrew Wiggins And green. The first stage of the unit lasted three and a half minutes Kevon Looney Checked for pool. The Warriors didn’t go much into that mix because they fouled early.
Thompson added 15 points, while Green had 11 points, six assists, three blocks and one thief. Gary Baton II Encouraged as a tool from the bench, he played his patented defense and scored 15 points in 6-of-8 shooting, including a white-open 3, giving the Warriors a much-needed 86-84 lead as they entered the final. Sports. He scored another 3 runs to level the Warriors with just over a minute left in the game.
After two blowout games in games 1 and 2, and two matches in Denver – one win and one defeat – the Warriors had to make it to the first-round series against the Knuckles at the Chase Center’s first glow game. .
Thompson went so far as to say that Game 5 is definitely a game to be won. This does not mean winning or going home, but clearly they have not been able to deliver to this Knights team, which has made two improbable playoff comebacks before, and return to Denver.
In Game 5 the Warriors allowed them to stick more than they wanted to, but in the end they reached their goal.