NBA Daily Injury Report (April 22): Boston & Denver Series Challenge for 3 consecutive wins

The Boston Celtics and Denver Nuggets challenge the first three wins in the series.

First of all, in Boston’s first and second games at home, most of the key players, including ace Jayson Tatum (25, 203cm), played a big role, and even Derrick White (28, 193cm) played an active role in defense, and they scored more than 10 points in both games. got a win White averaged 25.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 1.5 blocked shots in two games. On the other hand, Atlanta was noticeably pushed back in the backcourt confrontation and was helpless by Boston’s inside and outside attacks. Ace Trae Young (24, 185cm) recorded an average of 20.0 points, 3.0 rebounds, 7.0 assists, 2.0 steals and 5.0 turnovers in 2 games. The superficial stats are good, but it is true that there is something missing.   토토사이트

Likewise, Denver also won two consecutive victories by neutralizing the Minnesota defense, recording an average gain and loss margin of +19 in the last two games. Denver’s ‘Playoff Man’ Jamal Murray (25, 190cm) averaged 32.4 points (FG 50%), 5.5 rebounds and 6.5 assists during the same period, breaking through Minnesota’s loose defense. (*Murray scored 40 points in the second game. FG 59.1% 6 3P) Minnesota is receiving criticism that it is not doing its job as an ace, with Carl-Anthony Towns (27, 211cm) scoring 11 points and 10 points respectively in 2 games. In this situation, I wonder if Minnesota, driven into a corner, will be able to successfully counterattack in Game 3. In the game on the 22nd, where the third game will be held, Rudy Gobert (30, 216cm) was placed on the disabled list for back spasms, as in the first and second games.

In addition, the Cleveland Cavaliers, who lost Game 1 to the New York Knicks, succeeded in counterattacking in Game 2, showing off the dignity of the top defensive team. 

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