Harden Triple-Double Brooklyn, 7 wins in a row.
Brooklyn won a complete victory over Sacramento and won seven consecutive games.
The Brooklyn Nets won 127-118 against the Sacramento Kings in the 2020-2021 NBA regular season at the Brooklyn Barclays Center on the 24th (Korean time).
Brooklyn was very active with James Harden scoring 29 points, including five three-point shots, 11 rebounds, and 14 assists, triple-double. Bruce Brown also helped his team win with 29 points and four rebounds.
Sacramento lost to DeAaron Fox with 27 points and 8 assists, including 5 three-point shots 먹튀사이트
At the start, Brooklyn, who dominated the lead with consecutive goals from Kyrie Irving and Brown, widened the gap with Joe Harris’ three-point shot. In the first six minutes of the first quarter, Harden, who was leading the attack with six assists, also ran a scoring gun and attacked the opponent’s defense without difficulty. Brooklyn, who took a double-digit lead with Landry Shamit’s three-point shot at the end of the quarter, finished the first quarter with 42-28.
Brooklyn widened the lead early in the second quarter with three-pointers from Shamit and Harden. However, Sacramento did not back down easily. He quickly narrowed down the lead with consecutive goals from Lysion Holmes and Fox, pressing Brooklyn. A three-point shot by Harden and Harris in the second half of the quarter gave Brooklyn a 72-66 lead in the first half.
In the third quarter, Brooklyn struggled with Sacramento’s offense. Brooklyn began to shake after a three-point shot from Harrison Barnes and Buddy Hilde. In the second half of the quarter, Marvin Begley and Tyreese Halliburton failed to stop and the defense collapsed and the lead was taken away. Just before the end of the quarter, Brooklyn, who managed to turn the tables with Harris’ three-point shot, finished the third quarter with 98-96.
In the fourth quarter, Brooklyn’s concentration shone. Brooklyn cut off the opponent’s flow by scoring consecutive goals by Harden and Irving in the middle of the quarter. Brown scored eight consecutive points and quickly opened the lead and ran away far away. At the end of the quarter, Brooklyn, who completely defeated Brown’s willingness to pursue the opponent with a free throw, beat the opponent’s pursuit and won the game.