This Wednesday, at the Barclays Center, the Brooklyn Nets made their home respected by beating the beaten Golden State Warriors 143-113. The local team did not have Kyrie Irving, who was absent, while the presence of Stephen Curry was missed due to the visit.

The New York franchise had no mercy, since in the first quarter they went ahead 46-17, leaving a distance of 29 points that Steve Kerr and his team could never overcome.

The second quarter was to corroborate what was done in the first for the team that on this occasion wore black, with a 45-34 that further increased the advantage. From then on, the game was a process for head coach Jacque Vaughn’s team.

Kevin Durant didn’t have to have the best night for his team to beat the San Francisco team. With 29 minutes played, he had 23 points, seven rebounds and five assists. On the side of the visit, the one who stood out the most was James Wiseman. The pivot, now fully recovered from his physical ailments, finished with 30 points, six rebounds and two assists in 27 minutes played. Finally, the game ended 143-113 for the victory of the Nets.

The California franchise reached its seventh loss in the last nine games and is stuck in eleventh place in the Western Conference, behind the Dallas Mavericks, with a record of 15-18.

Those from Brooklyn continue at a steady pace in their career to qualify directly for the Playoffs in the Eastern Conference. Tonight, they got their tenth victory in 11 meetings and settle in fourth position in the overall standings, thanks to their 20-12 record.

On the next date, December 23, before Christmas, the Brooklyn Nets and the Milwaukee Bucks will play the game of the day. While Golden State Warriors will try to climb positions when they have the difficult Memphis Grizzlies in front.

Other results:

Cleveland Cavaliers 114 – 106 Milwaukee Bucks

Boston Celtics 112 – 117 Indiana Pacers

Atlanta Hawks 108 – 110 Chicago Bulls

New York Knicks 106 – 113 Toronto Raptors

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