41 points (11 rebounds and 4 assists) in 42 minutes, it was a truly overwhelming performance. However, even Yokichi had no choice but to watch the team lose.
In the 2023 NBA Finals held at the Colorado Bowl Arena in the United States on the 5th (Korean time), the Denver Nuggets lost to the Miami Heat 108-111, 3 points. This tied the series at 1-1.
In the game, Denver’s ace Nikola Jokic led the team’s offense, scoring one point per minute. Denver, who had been trailing 23-26 in the first quarter, managed to turn it around 30-29 with 10 minutes left in the second quarter, and took a 57-51 lead by 6 points.
Denver widened their lead to 8 points in the 3rd quarter, but swallowed the disappointment with Miami’s double play in the 4th quarter. Miami scored 36 points in the 4th quarter alone and reversed Denver, who only scored 25 points.
The most noticeable part in the 4th quarter was the team play. In the attack, the screen (pick-and-roll) was the lead, and the opponent was stripped off, and in the defense, based on the local defense, the main scorer was tied up through a cooperative defense in which three players pressed Jokichi.
Among them, Jokic’s brilliant performance, which scored 10 points in the fourth quarter alone, stood out, but players other than him and Jamal Murray (8 points) only scored 7 points. In the 4th quarter, in addition to Jimmy Butler (8 points), Duncan Robinson (10 points), Bam Adebayo (7 points), Gabe Vincent (5 points), etc. It was the exact opposite result.먹튀검증
In particular, it was necessary to pay attention to Yokichi’s personal records.
The overwhelming score of 41 points was actually better than the ‘triple-double’. The lack of opportunities to provide assistance to his teammates proved that Jokic’s pressure to score increased. Jokic’s triple-double failure was not simply a personal record.
As a result, Denver will be tasked with tackling this tactical difficulty in Game 3, scheduled for February 8 at 9:30 a.m. at FTX Arena. That is the condition of Jamal Murray, the helper who will help Jokic, and the tactics for the ‘three options’ in case the helper is shaken.