Warriors encroach on Grizzlies


Klay Thompson scored 27 points, Kevin Durant finished with 22 points, six rebounds and so many assistants, and Golden State Warriors They supported a big third quarter to extend their winning series in eight matches when they won the 117-101 on Monday. Memphis Grizzlies.

Stephen Curry beat the slow start and reached 19 points and Warriors took part in the 34-th quarter in the third quarter to decide on the board.

This quarter was the lowest point in Grizzlies this season.

With a record of 10-1, Golden State is the second best start to franchise history for the team three years ago, starting with 24-0. Philadelphia Warriors from 1960-1961 started with 9-0 and then admitted four natural losses.

The controversial three Thompson before the robbery at half-time sent both teams into cupboards from 58-58 on the table. But below, the Warriors flew as they did in this room last year.

In the first quarter Dillon Brooks eliminated with 11 points of his 18 points and helped Grizzlies take the lead 31-29. Jaren Jackson Jr. and Shelvin Mack scored 15 points for Memphis, Marc Gasol finished with eight goals, 10 plates and nine assistants.

Alfonzo McKinnie scored 14 points from the bench for Warriors, who won 13 of their last 17 Memphis encounters and won their fourth victory in their hall.

Clippers beat Timberwolves

Tobias Harris scored 22 points, and Lou Williams contributed 20 points Los Angeles Clippers defeat on Monday 120-109 at Minnesota Timberwolves who have a 0-6 home season.

Leaders Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose responded in the fourth quarter to Wolves when the pair combined 22 points 25 points. Rose finished with 21 and Butler scored 16 of his 20 goals in the fourth quarter.

Karl-Anthony Towns scored 20 points and 12 rebounds for Minnesota.

After a rest on Sunday in Portland, Butler in the quarter scored the first nine points of the Wolves, so the team twice in only one point of the space. Clippers responded both with Williams basket and successive hits from Montreal Harrel to leave on the board at 98-93.

Danilo Gallinari contributed 22 points to Clippers after converting the six shots he had available. Williams is also in five shootings from the penalty box.


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