Con 31 puntos de Wiggins, Warriors vencen a Clippers

Andrew Wiggins anota 31 puntos, su máximo de la temporada, encestando triples sucesivos durante un tramo clave a mediados del tercer cuarto, y los Warriors de Golden State vencen 124-107 a los Clippers de Los Ángeles

AP Noticias
jueves 24 noviembre 2022 05:52
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Andrew Wiggins anotó 31 puntos, su máximo de la temporada, encestando triples sucesivos durante un tramo clave a mediados del tercer cuarto, y los Warriors de Golden State vencieron el miércoles 124-107 a los Clippers de Los Ángeles.

Wiggins encestó 12 de sus 18 tiros de campo e igualó su mayor cantidad de triples esta temporada con seis en su tercera actuación consecutiva de al menos 20 puntos.

Stephen Curry agregó 22 unidades, nueve asistencias y seis rebotes, mientras que Klay Thompson aportó 18 puntos. Acertó sus primeros tres tiros de campo, dos triples y cuatro de sus primeros cinco tiros de campo iniciales enfilándose a sumar 15 tantos en el primer cuarto. Después de una clavada con una sola mano cerca del final del primer cuarto, alzó ambos brazos para animar a la multitud cuando se reincorporaba a la defensa.

Tras un inicio lento de temporada, Thompson anotó el domingo 41 puntos, su mayor cifra en la temporada, en Houston —una actuación en que acertó 10 triples.

Marcus Morris Sr. hizo 19 unidades al liderar la ofensiva de los Clippers y Terance Mann agregó 17. Amir Coffey conectó sus primeros tres tiros de campo, pero Los Ángeles acertó apenas 5 de 13 de sus disparos de larga distancia en la primera mitad para irse atrás 66-47 en el descanso. mientras los Warriors acertaron un 56,5%.

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