With a good game from Campazzo as a starter, Denver beat San Antonio. He provoked a new greeting from the rapporteur to Argentina: his best actions.
In his third presentation since the beginning, the Cordovan point guard contributed to achieving the eighth consecutive victory. 121 to 119 against the Spurs
Facundo Campazzo every day is more established within the structure of the Denver Nuggets. The Cordovan, in his third game since the beginning so far this season, contributed to his team winning 121-119 against Gregg Popovich's San Antonio Spurs ( the experienced coach praised him in the previous game ) in the Ball Arena. In this way, the Colorado franchise reached its eighth win in a row and took a new step towards the playoffs.
Due to the loss of Canadian point guard Jamal Murray due to an injury to his right knee, coach Michael Malone bet for the second game in a row by the Argentine point guard to be part of the starting five. Former Real Madrid, UCAM Murcia, and Peñarol restored confidence with an interesting contribution: in 23 minutes on the court, he signed a steal, a rebound, four assists, and nine points (6/6 in free practice and 1/2 in triples).
"We were lucky to win this game," acknowledged the Nuggets coach after the game ended. Although his team was up on the scoreboard from the start of the match and came to lead with 18 points of advantage (he entered the last quarter with a difference of 13 points in his favor), a large number of losses (18) allowed the Texans get in the game and have the chance to commit to supplementary three times.
As is customary, Denver's main figure was once again the Serbian intern Nikola Jokic, who accumulated a new triple-double in his great regular season (26 points, 14 assists, and 13 rebounds). It was also to highlight Michael Porter Jr.'s performance (22 points) and Monté Morris's (21). However, on the visit, DeMar DeRozan stood out, with 24 units, 12 passes, three rebounds, and Derrick White (25).
Campazzo, thanks to his dedication and self-confidence when it comes to taking the field, seems to have won the affection of the franchise, something that was evident during the broadcast. As in the previous game, the reporter could not resist after a new base bomb and fired " Facundo Campazzo from Córdoba, Argentina (Facundo Campazzo, from Córdoba, Argentina). "
With this victory, the Denver Nuggets are in the fourth position, settled in the playoff zone with a mark of 34 wins and 18 falls (above are the Utah Jazz, Phoenix Suns, and Los Angeles Clippers). The former team of Manu Ginobili, on the other hand, appears ninth in the play-in zone, with a mark of 24-26.
On Sunday, from 4:00 p.m., the Coloradans will have a tough presentation against the Boston Celtics (seventh in the East). Then on Monday, they will collide with Stephen Curry's Golden State Warriors. The Spurs, for their part, will face another Texan team: tomorrow, they will face the Dallas Mavericks of Luka Doncic.