Kristaps Porziņģis stood out with 21 points in the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) game on Friday and helped the Dallas Mavericks win
The Mavericks won the San Antonio Spurs with 122: 117 (37:34, 31:24, 27:27, 27:32), celebrating their second success in a row .
In this game, Porziņģis spent 33 minutes and 26 seconds, during which he scored 21 points, won eight rebounds, once passed as well as intercepted one ball and blocked the shot twice. The basketball player sent four of the nine two-point and three of the five three-point shots in the basket, as well as all four “penalties”.
This was the fourth game in a row for Porziņģis, in which he scored at least 20 points. After healing the injury, Porziņģis scored an average of 20.3 points in the game this season, won 8.7 balls under the baskets and blocked the throws 1.8 times.
Meanwhile, his teammate Luka Dončičs stood out with 36 points, nine rebounds and 11 assists. Tim Harvard Jr. also added 21 points
29 points in the ranks of “Spurs”, six balls under the baskets and the same pass to Demar Derouzen , but Lamarcus Oldridge also scored 26 points and nine rebounds.
On Saturday, the Mavericks will meet with Rodion Kuruc’s Houston Rockets ”, who won the Detroit’s“ Pistons ”on Friday with 103: 102 (34:21, 21:26, 22:34, 26:21)
Kurucs was included in the Rockets application, but the basketball player did not do so during the game.
The most productive team in Houston with 20 points was Eric Gordon, but Anthony Leon Takers stood out with 15 points and seven rebounds. In the ranks of the Pistons, Jerami Grant had 21 points and eight balls under the baskets, but another 18 points for Wayne Elington and Delon Wright, who also had six rebounds.
On Friday, the game against Milwaukee “Bucks” was also intended for Dāvis Bertāns’ Washington “Wizards”, but several basketball players in the team still have Covid-19.
The Mavericks, with eight wins in 15 games at the Western Conference, are in seventh place, while the Rockets are in 13th place with five successes in 14 matches.
It is planned to play 72 games in the NBA Main Event, which is ten less than usual.
The league has started the season without the presence of spectators in the arenas, as the restrictions of the coronavirus prohibit larger public gatherings in the premises. Meanwhile, the Wizards have won three games in 11 games at the Eastern Conference and are in 14th place.