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The Brooklyn Nets won 122-116 against the Denver Nuggets in the 2020-2021 NBA regular season at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on the 13th (Korean time).
Brooklyn played close to triple double with 34 points and 9 rebounds and 13 assists, including four 3-pointers by Kevin Durant. Charis Lebert also came out of the bench and helped his team win with 20 points, five rebounds and six assists.
Denver struggled with Nikola Yokichi’s double-double with 23 points and eight rebounds and 11 assists, but the delay in the last minute of the fourth quarter caught the ankle.
Denver dominated the first half. Yokichi, who scored 15 points and 7 assists in the first half alone, led the team’s offense, and Paul Millsab, Will Barton and Jamal Murray did their part to attack the Brooklyn defense without difficulty. The productivity of the bench members, including Monte Morris and Jamaican Green, also stood by. Brooklyn, helpless by the opponent’s attack, finished the first half well behind 54-70.
However, Brooklyn’s pursuit began in the third quarter. Brooklyn, who gained momentum with three consecutive three-point shots by Durant and Jeff Green, quickly followed Joe Harris’ two outer rooms and Durant’s dunk. Denever, who was shaken, could hardly make a run, and in the meantime, Brooklyn took the lead with Harris’ three-pointer. Brooklyn, who allowed back-to-back runs to Maurice at the end of the quarter, finished the third quarter 90-90.
Tense currents continued in the fourth quarter. As Brooklyn took the lead with three-point shots from Green and Taurin Prince, Denver responded immediately with three-point shots from Pacundo Campacho and Greene. Then, when Brooklyn opened the lead, Denver did not easily back down, with Barton hitting a series of outside guns.
The game was decided at the end of the fourth quarter. In the second half of the fourth quarter, Yokichi and Bruce Brown exchanged points, and the score was 113-113 tied. Brooklyn, who had an advantage with Brown’s under-goal score and Durant’s jumper, netted the game with Durant’s three-point shot with 27.9 seconds left.