Klay Thompson, who scored 38 points in his best game of the season, led the Golden State Warriors to a home victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, the defending champs, on Saturday night (122-109).
« I'd been wanting to have a unique evening for a long time. » After the Golden State Warriors' logical home victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, a matchup between the second-placed Eastern Conference team and the third-placed Western Conference team, guard Klay Thompson couldn't hide his immense satisfaction at being the best on the court, scoring 38 points, his season high.
« He's so hard on himself and wants to be so successful. »
Klay Thompson's coach is Steve Kerr.
Thompson had previously scored 33 points against the Los Angeles Lakers in February, but his performance on Saturday night was on another level: 15 points on 24 attempts, 8 points on 14 attempts at three pointers, six rebounds, and five assists. As a result, Stephen Curry will be able to relax and enjoy a quiet evening (8 points, 7 attempted shots, 5 rebounds, and 8 passes). As a result, Jordan Poole, who started in the fifth position, has accumulated 30 points.
Bucks who are inept and small
« I'm sure it's gone,' said Steve Kerr, the coach. He's very hard on himself and wants to be so successful. « Faced with a low-performer (41.3%), the home team took advantage of an 11-0 lead early in the third quarter to take the lead, despite having a nine-point lead at the time of the break (67-58, 24e).
Only Giannis Antetokounmpo (31 points on 9 of 17 shooting, 8 rebounds) has been more effective for the Bucks, while Khris Middleton has struggled with his shooting (18 points on 6 of 19). The bad news is that DeAndre' Bembry, the ailier, has been hit in the genou and has emerged from his uniform with attelle and béquilles. Once the gap was established, the visitors were never able to close it again, resulting in their first defeat in seven games.
With their third win in as many games, the Warriors reclaim second place in the Western Conference, ahead of the Memphis Grizzlies, who have been without Draymond Green since the beginning of January (46v-22d). The lead over the Utah Jazz (42v-25d), who were defeated the night before in San Antonio, has grown.