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Warriors dominate Heat to win first after Stephen Curry is injured |  NBA

Warriors dominate Heat to win first after Stephen Curry is injured | NBA

Coming from three consecutive defeats and the absence of star Stephen Curry, Recovering from a sprained ligaments of the footThe Golden State Warriors had a thorny task ahead: the Miami Heat. As if playing at home wasn’t enough, the Eastern Conference leader still has Brilliant cheerleaders by Gabriel Medina Usain Bolt, presenter at the FTX Arena. But when the ball went up, the Warriors did better and won 118-104.

This was Golden State’s first win after Curry’s injury, which came in the first of three losses in the negative series. With 30 points, Jordan Paul was the game’s top scorer, followed by Kyle Lowry (26) and Pam Adebayo (25). Other players who have been important to the scoreboard are Andrew Wiggins, Jonathan Cominga and Damion Lee, all with 22 points.

Andrew Wiggins tries the Warriors basket – Photo: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The match started balanced, and after five minutes the score was 10-8 for Miami. In the sixth, Robinson shot to three and scored 18-8 for the owners. With inspiration, Robinson killed three to seven others, making him 21-12. The Warriors responded only in the latter part of the quarter, dropping to 23-19 after Porter’s five consecutive points. With 29 seconds left, Bilica tied the score at 29-29 by converting two free throws. The Heat still attempted a last-gasp attack, but the tie continued until the end of the fourth half.

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Victor Oladipo was closely watched by Gary Payton II – Photo: Jacin Venlove USA Today Sports

The Warriors made a comeback at the start of the second quarter, when Peleka hit 25 to 23. Miami didn’t give up and went on to get a draw with Oladipo: 30 to 30. The match was well balanced and with several substitutions on the score in the following minutes. In the fifth, Cominga received paint and scored 34-31 for Golden State. A minute later, Jimmy Butler went single-handedly and made it 35 to 35. When the duel was headed for a partial victory for the Warriors, Kayleigh Lowry took charge of himself and scored four points in a row, handing the final numbers to the stage: 50 to 50.

The Warriors came back better in the third quarter, opening an amazing 69-50 with Paul’s concert performance. Until then, the Heat scored only five minutes later, dominated in a basket by Tucker. Soon, Robinson hit a hat-trick, putting Miami back in the game: 73 to 64. In the seventh, Wiggins climbed higher and made 75 to 65, relieving the pressure.

But two minutes later, Adebayo dropped to 79-72, inflaming the local crowd. The pressure had an effect, and the Heat touched the scoreboard after Lowry’s triple-pointer in the final seconds of the quarter: 81 to 80. But Golden State did not allow a comeback, entering the final quarter with the slightest advantage.

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As soon as the final quarter began, Miami took the lead, with Deadmon making the score 82-81 on the first attack. In two minutes, Bjelica hit a triple ball, giving the Warriors a lead: 88 to 84. Soon after it was Lee’s turn to kill a triple ball and score 91 to 87. In the fifth, Kuminga went for a dip and widened to 96 to 88.

The Warriors managed the score well, reaching 107 to 97 in the eighth hour, after two free throws by Lee. On the tenth, Wiggins scored three points, leaving the Visitor very close to winning: 113 to 100. Since then, it was only up to Golden State to dominate the game until the victory was confirmed with 118 to 104.

Usain Bolt attended the match at the FTX Arena – Photo: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Heat: 47 Watts 26 Liters (1st of the East)
Golden State Warriors: 48 volts, 25 liters (3rd from the west)

Charlotte Hornets 106
New York Knicks 121

122- Carpenter
Atlanta Hawks 101

109- Masoud
110- Masoud

125- Masoud
Utah Jazz 97

Memphis Grizzlies 132
120- Masoud

Oklahoma City Thunder 118
Orlando Magic 102

125- Nada