Wembanyama Explodes 38 Points’ San Antonio Wins 2 consecutive games in Phoenix

Victor Wembanyama (19, France) defeated the Phoenix Sons where Devin Booker (26) and Kevin Durant (35) played.

The San Antonio Spurs beat Phoenix 132-121, by 11 points in the regular league game of the NBA 2023-24 season at FootPrince Center in Phoenix, Arizona, on the 3rd (Korea Standard Time).

Wembanyama scored 38 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks, Collins scored 19 points, eight rebounds and four assists, and Vassel scored 17 points, including three three-point shots. The defeated Phoenix fought hard with 31 points, 9 rebounds and 13 assists, including five three-point shots by Booker, 28 points and 6 rebounds by Durant, and 16 points and 4 assists by Allen, including four three-point shots.

Away team San Antonio started Jeremy Sohen, Devin Basell, Kelden Johnson, Victor Wembanyama and Jack Collins, while home team Phoenix started Devin Booker, Grace Allen, Josh Okogie and Kevin Durant. I responded with Yusuf Nuckich.토토사이트

San Antonio, where Vasel’s outer shot exploded, rushed to a 13-0 score run in the early part of the first quarter. After scoring his first goal on Durant’s pull-up jumper, Phoenix scored nine points in a row. However, in the bench section, Jedi Osman cut off consecutive three-point shots and brought the atmosphere back as Johnson’s outer shot came out. San Antonio finished the first quarter with a 39-20, 19-point lead.

Entering the second quarter, Wenbanyama showed his presence in the attack. Wembanyama put in an Eliob dunk and hit a turnaround jumper to draw a timeout to his opponent. Booker and Allen each tried to narrow the gap by scoring goals, but the stability of the bench lineup led by Tre Jones was not shaken. In addition, Wembanyama hit back-to-back three-point shots just before the end of the quarter to finish the first half with a 75-55 lead by 20 points.

Phoenix’s counterattack began in the third quarter. Booker regained the flow with an end-one and made a pull-up three-point shot to make a point to chase. San Antonio did not give up the lead due to Wembanyama’s hard fight, but it was chased 103-89 by allowing Booker to shoot a pull-up three-point shot just before the end of the quarter.

Phoenix, which gained momentum once, also drove the momentum in the fourth quarter. While the U-Banks fought hard on behalf of Nuckich, Booker put in another pull-up three-point shot, and Keita Bates-Diopp also scored a breakthrough. In the meantime, the gap between the two teams has narrowed to two positions. Then Popovich put Wembanyama in. Wembanyama poured cold water on the opponent’s pursuit with free throw and cut-in scores, and even a pull-up jumper took the lead. Wembanyama then added a score from a difficult position to bring the team closer to victory.

San Antonio, which held the lead with Wembanyama’s amazing performance, won the Phoenix 132-121, 11 points.

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