On October 26, Beijing time, the Phoenix Suns played against the Golden State Warriors at home. In this campaign, Klay Thompson was ejected due to dissatisfaction with the referee’s penalty. In the end, the Warriors lost to the opponent 105-134 on the road, giving the opponent two consecutive victories.
Booker 34 points and 7 assists, Bridges 17 points and 6 rebounds, Ayton 16 points and 14 rebounds, Paul 16 points, 9 assists and 7 rebounds
For the Warriors, Curry 21 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists, Wiggins 16 points and 6 rebounds, Green 14 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists, Poole 17 points and 5 assists
Booker continued his previous fiery touch after the opening, leading the Suns to a quick offensive climax. Then Ayton and Bridges stepped forward one after another, posing a great threat to the Warriors’ defense.
On the other hand, after entering the rotation stage, Poole scored 12 consecutive points to bring the score closer. The Suns ended the half with a 72-66 lead.
After the start of the second half, the smell of gunpowder became stronger and stronger. Ayton, Thompson and others received technical fouls one after another. Clay was also ejected for two technical fouls.
In the fourth quarter, the Suns played a wave of 7-0, which completely lost the suspense of the game, and then the two sides replaced the bench to start training. In the end, the Suns defeated the Warriors 134 to 105, winning two consecutive victories.
Both sides start:
Suns: Booker, Bridges, Ayton, Paul, Johnson
Warriors: Curry, Wiggins, Green, Looney, Thompson
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